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Ford launch £2,000 scrappage scheme for pre-2010 cars

Ford is offering motorists thousands of pounds off the price of some its new models if they trade in a car or a van registered before 2010.
The weather warning was issued by the Met Office on Tuesday morning.

NI issued with SEVERE weather warning

The Met Office has issued a yellow status severe weather warning for Northern Ireland.
People enjoy the hot weather on the beach in Margate, Kent. Photo credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Summer returns for parts of Britain ... but it won’t reach Northern Ireland

Parts of Britain are set to see a glimpse of summer again this week as temperatures reach their highest since mid-July.

Police are investigating the circumstances of the deaths of two men in the Ballee area of Ballymena at the weekend

Post-mortems to take place on friends found dead in Ballymena

Post-mortem examinations are due to take place on Tuesday on two men who were found dead in Ballymena, Co Antrim at the weekend.

Lucky Antrim man scoops £350K in National Lottery

Lucky Antrim man scoops £350K in National Lottery

A mystery Lotto HotPicks winner has become £350,000 richer without ever touching a ticket.

Crankill Road

Two vehicle collision closes Ballymena road

A two vehicle collision has closed Crankill Road in Ballymena.

Gavin Lupton from West Yorkshire.

ULSTER GP: Gavin Lupton has died

West Yorkshire’s Gavin Lupton has sadly succumbed to his injuries following a crash at the Dundrod 150 meeting at the Ulster Grand Prix.

Ballymena actor Liam Neeson finished ahead of Pierce Brosnan and Bono to top the poll

Ballymena actor Liam Neeson is America’s favourite Irish celebrity

One of Ballymena’s most famous sons – Liam Neeson – has been named as America’s favourite Irish celebrity ahead of Pierce Brosnan and Bono.

The bodies of two men were found at a property in Ballymena. Photo by Freddie Parkinson / Press Eye

Date set for post mortems of Ballymena men found dead on Sunday

Post mortem examinations are due to be carried out on Tuesday on the bodies of two men who died in Ballymena at the weekend, police have confirmed.

Niamh Gould, who achieved a magnificent 4 A stars, is congratulated by Mr. Rafferty.

Top class performance from St. Louis students

St Louis’ Grammar students have celebrated another year of excellent examination results with 95% of all A level students attaining A* to C grades across three or more subjects.


Investigation underway after two men found dead in Ballymena

Police in Ballymena are investigating the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two males in the Drumtara area of the town early this morning (Sunday).

Robin Swann. (Editorial Image)

‘Verbal abuse should not be rewarded by Parades Commission’ - MLA

Ulster Unionist leader, Robin Swann MLA, has stated that the verbal abuse levelled at Bands from the Rasharkin Residents’ Collective should not be rewarded.

Police officers stand next to the van involved on an attack in Las Ramblas

Barcelona terror attack: PSNI issue advice to holidaymakers

The PSNI has issued potentially life-saving advice for local people on what to do in the event of a firearm or weapons attack abroad in the wake of the Barcelona attack.

Mid and East Antrim Mayor Cllr. Paul Reid.

Mayor expresses sympathy for Barcelona victims

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has today expressed his sympathies for the victims of yesterday’s terrorist attack in Barcelona.

NI Water.

£1.2 million upgrade for pumping station

NI Water is investing approximately £1.2 million to significantly upgrade the wastewater pumping stations serving the villages of Galgorm Cullybackey and Ahoghill.

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Possible paramilitary link to Antrim house attack

Detectives are investigating an attack by masked men on a house in Antrim.

Top achievers (L-R) Rachel Thompson, Rebecca Fowler, Principal  Ruth Wilson, Chris Finlay, Lauren Quigley

High pass rates at Dunclug College

The number of students studying A level at Dunclug College has risen significantly in the past year.

A-level smiles at St. Patrick’s College!

A-level smiles at St. Patrick’s College!

Overall, St Patrick’s College Sixth Form students have seen great success this year, with 56% of A2 students achieving three A Levels at A*-C grades, which is above the Northern Ireland average and clearly demonstrates a continuing trend of improvement.

Comeback in Co. Antrim - the Curlew

Under threat Curlews make a Co. Antrim comeback!

For the first time in 20 years, curlew chicks have fledged at a County Antrim farm.

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