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IN this week’s Newtownabbey Times:

Housing Executive reveals plans to improve health and safety at “death trap flats”.

Outrage at introduction of parking fees in Ballyclare.

Anti-Drugs group moves to new base in Mossley Mill.

Trade union says proposed strike action could disrupt borough’s health services.

Elderly couple deny killing disabled granddaughter.

‘Momma Wildcat’ and ‘role model’ Jonathan enter Olympic history.

And calls for community support for policing forum.

In sport:

Cloughan men gear up for Ravenhill showdown.

Harrier Hughes leads the way in London.

And cricketers get ready for new season.

All this plus lots more in this week’s Newtownabbey Times.


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