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Fresh hope for player who missed out on ‘Homeless World Cup’ due to re-offending

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Ballymena man, 30, arrested in £450k drugs investigation

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Tyne Cot cemetery in the region of Ypres, Belgium.

Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

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Policing Board approves new Ballymena police station

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Females walking alone assaulted in Randalstown incidents

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Broadband ‘essential’ to everyday life

Business

Dope smoking on the rise among the over-50s

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Child car seats recalled

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Boy eating a burger

Ban on junk food ads targeted at children

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A child's first words are more likely to be something they can see.

Babies say what they see for first words

Lifestyle

New schemes to tackle scourge of Ahoghill speeders

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Park'n'ride spaces at a premium - Frew

More disabled spaces needed at station’s Park’n’ride - Frew

Transport
Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd

Police deploy random breath test powers for drink-drive operation

Crime
Robin Swann. (Editorial Image)

Tracking devices for tractors

Crime
Paul Frew at the Junction

Potential for accidents at Pennybridge junction raised with TransportNI

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House fire ‘deliberate’

Crime

Town centre assault

Crime
Fred McClenaghan

Retrial ordered for man convicted of laundrette killing

Crime
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

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Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

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Almost three-quarters of secondary schools in the UK use surveillance software.

Surveillance software installed on secondary school pupils’ own devices

Education
Ballymena Academy pupils Jackson Barr, Lucy Bill, Leah Anderson,l and Caleb Dempsey who were the winners of the 1stWomen's Aid Inaugural Debate in the Braid are seen with David Ford, PSNI Detective Chief Superintendant George Claeke and Women' Aid Carol Fordyce.(Submitted)

Domestic abuse debate prize for Academy team

Crime
Noelle Buick, chief inspector at the Education and Training Inspectorate

Recruiting enough primary school principals ‘quite a challenge’

Education
Education Minister, Peter Weir, has presented Harryville Primary School with the prestigious Marjorie Boxall Quality Mark Award for Nurture provision.

Local primary school awarded prestigious Nuture award

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Broadband ‘essential’ to everyday life

Business
A new five pound note.

Fivers with Jane Austin engraving could be worth £50,000

Business
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

News

Bingo hall director disqualified

Business

The Supreme Court hearing on Brexit: What’s it all about?

News

No regeneration powers for local councillors

Business
Paul Frew at the Junction

Potential for accidents at Pennybridge junction raised with TransportNI

News
Patrick presenting his painting to Baroness Paisley and Ian Paisley Jnr. INNT 47-822CON

Local artist presents painting to Paisley’s

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MLA Gordon Lyons.

Thousands of crimes against elderly and young in Mid and East Antrim in last 5 years

Crime

Quartet plead guilty to cattle dealer €400,000 tiger kidnap plot

Crime
A number of buzzards have been killed.

Over 40 birds of prey illegally killed

Crime
This Christmas will see Translink, Northern Irelands Public Transport Provider, introduce more discounted fares than ever to ensure shoppers and commuters can make their all-important journeys over the festive period.

Translink announces discounted fares in lead-up to Christmas

Business
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard made the announcement

Hazzard announces local road set to benefit from a new £210K structural maintenance

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Dope smoking on the rise among the over-50s

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The car seat being recalled

Child car seats recalled

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Boy eating a burger

Ban on junk food ads targeted at children

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A robin

Feeders and crows bad news for robins

News
'One or two high blood glucose readings shouldnt affect long-term diabetes control, but people should aim to avoid persistently high readings,' Dr David Chaney said.

Don’t buy expensive ‘diabetic’ chocolate, warns Diabetes NI Director

Health