Ballymena Times

Police investigate arson attack

Crime
Emergency services at the scene on Sunday morning.

Ballymena stunned by railway line tragedy

News
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Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health
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Fizzy drinks spark liver disease warning

Health

Police investigate criminal damage to pensioner’s property

Crime

Police investigate sudden death on train line in Co Antrim

Transport

Annual fundraiser to be held

News

WATCH:‘Sea of yellow’ as one thousand baby chicks found abandoned in field

Business
A broken window at the house at Centuripe Avenue.

Family believe attack on home was sectarian

Crime

VIDEO: Exclusive match reaction from Ballymena’s historic League Cup win

Football
Allan Jenkins celebrates with his daughter Macie after Ballymena United's first ever League Cup win. 
Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Jenkins keen to stay on after one of ‘proudest nights’

Football
Danske Bank's Valerie Gordon pictured with Royal Schools vice principal Kenny Hooks
 making the draws for the Schools' Cup competitions

SCHOOLS’ CUP RUGBY: Semi-final draws for Cup and Shield confirmed

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Wallace High School Jonny Hunter game winning try is disallowed

SCHOOLS’ CUP RUGBY: Ballymena Academy through to semis after thrilling win over Wallace High

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PICTURE SPECIAL: Ballymena United celebrate winning League Cup

Football

PICTURE SPECIAL: Ballymena United celebrate as they lift the League Cup at Seaview

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LEAGUE CUP FINAL: Ballymena United break Carrick Rangers hearts with landmark trophy thanks to Jenkins and McCloskey

Football

League Cup Final - Five things about the Seaview showdown that you may or may not want to know?

News

I, Daniel Blake screening

Arts

Arcade Fire to make their NI debut at Belsonic

Music
June Brown acting as Dot Cotton - BBC image

As June Brown turns 90 here are Dot Cotton's Eastenders highlights

News

Readers Park showhome to open its doors

Lifestyle
Starbucks Junction One is donating 10p from every from every cup sold in the first day of each month to Northern Ireland Childrens Hospice. Pictured (second left))is Denise Stewart Store Manager at Antrim Junction One with Caolfhionn Sherrin, Store Manager at Londonderry Foyleside (left) and and Paula Galloway Starbucks (NI) District Manager (right) handing over a cheque for �16,419.00 to Lauren Cunningham, Corporate Fundraiser at NI Childrens Hospice.

Brewing up funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice

Lifestyle
Star pups! (from left) Viggo and Barry.

Ryan, Meryl, Denzel...who would you put out the red carpet for?

Lifestyle