Ballymena Times

Co. Antrim takeaway exposed for employing illegal immigrants

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Arrest made for shoplifting offences

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Superintendent Simon Walls, Jenny Pyper of the Utility Regulator and Eddie Lynch, the Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland re-launch Quick Check 101, a scheme to help stop bogus callers. Under the scheme, residents can now phone 101, the police non-emergency number, to check the identity of callers to their home who claim to represent an energy or water network company. The scheme is not only a collaboration between the PSNI and the Utility Regulator, but also includes all of Northern Irelands energy and water network companies - firmus energy, NIE Networks, Northern Ireland Water, Phoenix Natural Gas and SGN Natural Gas. Supported by the Commissioner for Older People, the scheme is being re-launched in a bid to help people feel safer in their homes. Photo by Simon Graham Photography

Initiative re-launched in bid to stop bogus callers

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Council works with CAN to improve services

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Pipe band role for Tommy Nicholl MBE

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Lorry victim, in his 60s, was ‘well-known Christian gentleman’

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Man dead after lorry tragedy

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Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Man dies following Broughshane accident

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Winston Pinkerton RSPBANI President. Pic by John Kelly

Touch of Tartan to support BHF

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Country star Lisa McHugh is back on the road again

Music
Rachel McAuley (14) and Ellen Martin (13) won 1st place in the Junior group with their Smart Desk project at the BT Young Scientist Exhibiton.

St Killian’s Young Scientists triumph for third year at BT Exhibition

Lifestyle
Cairndhu Golf Club (Bowling Section) presenting a cheque for �815 to the Ballymena and District Branch Parkinsons UK.
Pictured handing over the donation are (from left to right) Stephen Gibson, Ronnie Ferguson, Mrs. Adaline Ferguson and Maurice Adams (both from Parkinsons Branch) and Sammy Mills.

Cairndhu Club bowl over Parkinson’s branch with donation

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