Ballymena Times

Ex SDLP councillor is convicted of sex crime

Crime
The Braid Ballymena.

New chairs elected for committees

News
Timothy Gaston TUV

Gaston calls on council to display Assembly artefacts

News
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Woman threatened in burglary

Crime

Mid and East Antrim calls for ‘proper support’ from Treasury on tourism and economy

Business

‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

News

Man in court over £1m drugs seizure

Crime
Grab your binoculars and join in the marine mammal watch.

‘A great time to head to the coast and catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures’

News
Councillor Paul Reid (fourth from left) and former Ballymena councillor Maurice Mills MBE (third from right) and guests at the unveiling of the new memorial benches at the People's Park, donated by the Ballymena Victims' Memorial Group.

Memorial benches unveiled at People’s Park

News

LIVE Premier League transfer blog: Tottenham and Arsenal eye up Liverpool youngster, Jack Wilshire up for grabs and Newcastle United keen on PSG star

Football
Sean Hehir

ATHLETICS: Sean Hehir to be among the leaders at Lisburn Half Marathon

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Winning return for champions: Neil Campbell and Craig Parmenter win at Tandragee

Motor Sport
John Meara

Back to his best: John Meara with three from three in Athlone

Motor Sport

CSNI double NCU interest in Irish Senior Cup

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Special Olympics Ireland medal haul for Team Ulster

More Sport

ATHLETICS: Packed programme for Northern Ireland and Ulster finals

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TENNIS: Karl Donaldson strikes first in North of Ireland Open

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Interactive map

New interactive map tackles embarrassment around debt advice

Arts
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

Get your farm vehicle marked at the Mart

Lifestyle
Mid and East Antrim Mayor Lindsay Millar and Councillor Stephen Nicholl (right) helping out on site at the former Methodist manse.

From old Manse to new ‘habitat’

Lifestyle