Ballymena Times

Police appeal to identify scrambler riders

Crime

Cold callers push their way into woman’s home

Crime
Students Catherine Lennon and Sandra Janik of St Louis School Ballymena pictured  at Monaco helipad as they arrived by helicopter for the winners' dinner in Monaco having earlier in the day showcased their winning creations at the  Cannes Film Festival in France.  Picture: Brian McEvoy

Red carpet for St Louis’ girls

News
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WWI battlefields tour for local cadets

News

Ballymena Foodbank services praised

News

Borough on agenda at Westminster visit

News

First known death in NI from new narcotic

News
The band on their most recent tour ' Aaron, Lauren, Luke and Taylor, with manager Phil McAlister (far right) and tech Chris Harris (red shirt)

From Bertha’s Bar to Ulster Hall, Castlerock brother and sister rocking up a storm

Music
Pictured at the recent BID for Business workshop in Ballymena are Eugene Reid, Vice President of the Ballymena Borough Chamber of Commerce and Industry, BID Manager, Alison Moore, Anna Macaulay from 'The Savvy Retailer' and Tom Wiggins from the Ballymena Borough of Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Savvy Retail advice at BID business breakfast

News

IN PICTURES: From super Seeley to imperious Irwin - relive the North West 200

Motor Sport
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

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
The band on their most recent tour ' Aaron, Lauren, Luke and Taylor, with manager Phil McAlister (far right) and tech Chris Harris (red shirt)

From Bertha’s Bar to Ulster Hall, Castlerock brother and sister rocking up a storm

Music
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
Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland; Cllr Kim Ashton, Mid Ulster Council; actors Adrian Dunbar and Br�d Brennan; and Catherine Heaney, at an event in London to celebrate the work of Heaney and to promote Seamus Heaney HomePlace in Bellaghy. 'Pic ' Malcolm McNally

Liam Neeson narrates new film celebrating Heaney

Lifestyle
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Ready for the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme?

Lifestyle