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McIlveen murder convictions adjudged ‘safe’ by Court of Appeal

Crime
Belfast International Airport.

£5m hotel investment proposal to meet growing demand at airport

Business
This is the only time that MLAs have sat in the Assembly chamber since January  and it lasted just 46 minutes

MLA pay rise, despite just 46 minutes in Assembly chamber

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Are you willing to leave priceless gift to Northern Ireland Hospice?

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Police: Scammers have slithered out of the gutter again

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Ballymoney teenager’s family ‘in bits’ after scrambler crash death

News

Grieving mum makes asthma awareness video

Health

‘Farm Watch’ begins in Mid and East Antrim

Crime

Frosses Road re-opened after earlier crash

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Frosses Road closed after crash

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Frosses Road re-opened after earlier crash

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Pedestrian hospitalised after collision

Transport

Pair hospitalised after collision

Transport
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Spectators on the East Strand watch the RAF Typhoon plane at the Air Waves Portrush Northern Ireland International Airshow.

Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Police advise motorists ahead of air show

Transport

McIlveen murder convictions adjudged ‘safe’ by Court of Appeal

Crime
Mayor of Mid and East Antrim launching the Boroughs Farm Watch scheme in Ballymena

‘Farm Watch’ begins in Mid and East Antrim

Crime
Fentanyl is being mixed with heroin, the PSNI has said. The synthetic opioid is linked to two deaths in Northern Ireland.

Killer drug hits NI shores amid rise in heroin abuse

Crime
Ballymena Courthouse. INBT02-213AC

Court told of ‘horrific dog attack’

Crime

Results ‘best on record’ at Dunclug College

Education
A community archaeology project will take place in Glenballyeamon.

Glenballyeamon excavation will be last phase in community archaeology project

Education
The  Doherty twins - Patrick 10Astarsand  Martyn 11Astars!

St. Louis twins secure 21A* grades between them!

Education
Three of St Patricks Colleges highest achieving students (l-r Clodagh Slattery, David Garai,  Kamila Pietras) with retiring Principal Mrs Magee and incoming Principal Dr Knox

Leaving on a high note! Retiring St. Patrick’s principal praises ‘O’ level pupils

Education
Pictured with St Killians principal Jonny Brady are (lfrom left) : Gemma Black, Eoin Hynds, Clare Emerson and M�abh Allen, all of whom combined high achievement in sport with top GCSE results.

‘Bright future for education in Glens and East Antrim’ St. Killian’s head

Education

£5m hotel investment proposal to meet growing demand at airport

Business

Frosses Road re-opened after earlier crash

News
Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years. Picture posed by model

Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years

Business
Ryanair

What businesses should learn from Ryanair holiday ‘mess’

Business

MLA pay rise, despite just 46 minutes in Assembly chamber

News
Rathlin Island.

North-South co-operation committee to visit the Glens and Belfast

News
A general view of a hospital corridor

Health waiting times grow even worse

Health
Just  five years after this famous never, never, never speech in 1985 by Ian Paisley, he and Jim Molyneaux (right) were making major compromises

Declassified files: Paisley and Molyneaux ‘prepared to make massive concessions’

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The TUV's Timothy Gaston shakes hands with party leader Jim Allister after being elected to Mid and East Antrim Council in 2014. Looking on are Roy Gillespie (left) and Mr. Gaston's father, Sammy. INBT22-231AC

TUV man slams new ‘Maze’ movie as ‘romanticising terrorism’

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Back Row L-R: Stephen Daye Mid and East Antrim Borough Council; John Irwin, Heyn Environmental Solutions; Philip Thompson and Alex Carmichael Mid and East Antrim Borough Council. Middle Row: Alison Diver, Deputy Mayor Cheryl Johnston and Jackie Waide Mid and East Antrim Borough Council; Ian Humphreys, Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful. Front Row: Karina Magee and Jen Firth Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

Local parks in running to make the UK’s People’s Choice top 10

Environment
A community archaeology project will take place in Glenballyeamon.

Glenballyeamon excavation will be last phase in community archaeology project

Education
Gardening for Wildlife Award Winner: Julie Hayes, Ballymena

Borough’s ‘best kept’ winners are revealed

Environment

Grieving mum makes asthma awareness video

Health

Have your say on Trust’s £13m savings proposals

Health
TV personality Eamonn Holmes visits the Northern Ireland Hospice in north Belfast and chats with patient Ursula Burns. Photo by Pacemaker Belfast

Eamonn Holmes: People don’t come to NI Hospice to die, they come here to live

Health
An organ donor

Hundreds of transplants missed each year because families didn’t know relative’s wishes

Health
A general view of a hospital corridor

Health waiting times grow even worse

Health