Ballymena Times

Jailed for shoplifting spree in several Ballymena stores

Crime

Audrey’s royal appointment with Harry and Meghan

News
Sir William Wright is made a Knight Bachelor of the British Empire by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.  Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

William Wright receives Knighthood at Buckingham Palace

News
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Judge rejects challenge against bail for man accused of murdering uncle

Crime

Cullybackey firm closes with 48 staff made redundant

News

Dementia Action Week events

News

Chance to win an Amazon Fire HD

News
Ballymena Young Conquerors Flute Band.

Ballymena Young Conquerors spring concert

News

Men uninjured after petrol bomb attack on house

Crime
Gary Thompson. Pic by Pacemaker.

FOOTBALL: Gary Thompson makes switch to Crusaders from Ballymena United

Football

William Dunlop: I can’t believe it’s 10 years since the day my dad died

News
Robert Dunlop won 15 races at the North West 200.

NW200: Family of Robert Dunlop organise tribute lap to mark 10th anniversary of his death

Motor Sport
Jonathan Rea made it 59 career World Superbike wins at Imola in Italy on Sunday.

WSBK: Jonathan Rea hails victory at Imola after equalling Carl Fogarty's win record

Motor Sport

IRISH LEAGUE: One million fan milestone for NI Football League

Football

WSBK: Jonathan Rea has first attempt at equalling Fogarty's win record at Imola

Motor Sport

VIDEO: Kevin Braniff and Johnny Flynn sign for Portadown

Football

FOOTBALL: Matthew Tipton's delight at double deal for Kevin Braniff and Johnny Flynn

Football
TV Licensing

Help at hand if you have problems paying your TV Licence

Arts
The OUTLET, soon to be renamed as The Boulevard, is set to host two launch weekends jam-packed with free fashion and beauty-related events to celebrate the centre's rebrand. (Credit: Rob Durston Photographer)

Northern Ireland shopping destination reveals huge rebrand plans

Arts
Ruth Gorman Interviewing Carl Frampton at a boxing show at the Waterfront Hall

UTV Sports presenter Ruth Gorman on why she loves her fast-paced job

Arts
Mayor of Mid and East Antrim with Council officers ahead of the Beach Bonanza

Beach Bonanza bound for Ballygally

Lifestyle
Pictured at the recent 'Sentinus Big Bang' exhibition at the Braid is Bill Connor, Sentinus CEO and Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Paul Reid with Ballymena Academy pupils Timothy Day and Anisia Tiplea. Their project, in partnership with Wrightbus, involved the design of an automated guided vehicle.'Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye

Sentinus Science Fair goes off with a ‘Big Bang’

Lifestyle
The pupils of Duneane Primary School were very pleased with the donation they received from  Randalstown Cultural Awareness Association of  pots and poppy seeds.

Duneane pupils to help create ‘Ribbon of Poppies’

Lifestyle