Ballymena Times

Parents of Kayden Fleck recall final moments with son

News

Roads warning as NI temperatures expected to plumet

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Galgorm Resort & Spa will host the 2018 World Luxury Spa & Restaurant Awards.  Press Eye/Darren Kidd

Global Spa of the Year award for Galgorm Resort

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Gaston hits out at rates increase

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IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat

Man jailed for asking girl of 14 to strip for photos

Crime

Police investigating Braid River tragedy appeal for witnesses

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PSNI

Man missing from hospital

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The flooded Diamond area in Ahoghill in August 2008. Pic Kenny Allen.

£200k flood alleviation to commence in Ahoghill

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Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland to face Israel in friendly

Football
Dungannon celebrate

Dungannon Swifts make history after beating Ballymena United in League Cup final

Football

LEAGUE CUP FINAL: We were beaten by the better team says Ervin

Football
Ryan Mayse is mobbed by his Dungannon Swifts teammates after scoring his and his team's second against Ballymena United. Stephen Hamilton/Presseye

LEAGUE CUP FINAL: Mayse the man as Dungannon Swifts win first senior trophy

Football

Ulster v Edinburgh: Hooker John Andrew expecting sterner test

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NW200: Alastair Seeley and Tyco BMW renew ties for Triangle showpiece

Motor Sport

RUGBY: Nutty Krust Cup draw made for exciting youth competition

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WATCH: The draw is made for this year's Nutty Krust Under-18 Cup

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Grand Opera House Summer Youth Project

Theatre and Comedy
TV Licensing

Winter Olympics TV licensing reminder for sports fans

Arts
The glorious Ballygally Castle Hotel

Are you Northern Ireland’s most romantic couple?

Lifestyle
Action Cancers Amy Reynolds (second from right) with Portglenone Centra colleagues (l to r) Kyle Millar, Roberta McKendry and Letty Moore to celebrate raising �2257 for Action Cancer during Fundraising Week.

£2257 raised for charity in a week

Lifestyle
Mid and East Antrim for Older Peoples Groups. Mid and East Antrim Agewell Partnership have secured funding of over �80,000 through the Peace IV Programme to create fun activity sessions throughout 2018/2019 which will bring older people from all over the council area together in new friendships. Pictured here is Fred Berry from one of the borough's many community groups - Carrickfergus Men's Shed. (Submitted Pictrure).

£80,000 funding boost for older people in Mid & East Antrim

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