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Judge sends out tough message on speeding outside schools

Crime
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Had incident happened in football ground man would be facing ban, court told

Crime

Arrest would be the ‘worst thing’

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Fined £400 for having cannabis

News

Ex-care home worker denying maltreatment

Crime

Benefits overpayment was obtained by false claim

News

Man who drove with no insurance gets six-month ban

News

Given six penalty points and fined £50

News
Stock classroom image. Dozens of schools with 'sustainability issues' have been identified by the Education Authority in their 2017/18 action plan

IN FULL: Schools at risk of closure across Northern Ireland

Education
Guy Martin on the Honda Racing Fireblade at Castle Combe.

Guy Martin: No substitute for real road racing

Sport
Derek Sheils is the race favourite on the Cookstown B.E. Suzuki in the Superbike class at the Cookstown 100.

Cookstown 100: Big guns primed for Orritor battle

Sport
Lee Johnston on the Jackson Racing Honda at Castle Combe.

NW200: All systems go for Lee Johnston after final Honda test

Sport
Italian road racer Dario Cecconi's remains were escorted around the Tandragee 100 circuit by motorcyclists and fans during a tribute lap on Thursday night.

Tribute lap held in memory of Italian racer Dario Cecconi

Sport

ULSTER RUGBY: Van der Merwe wants big finish against Ospreys

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IRISH CUP FINAL: Coleraine’s ticket allocation selling fast

Football

We’re inspiring future GAA stars!

News

WATCH: County Antrim FA and police to investigate mass brawl at Junior Shield final

News

Muse and Biffy Clyro lined up for Vital

Music

Emeli Sande set to play headliner at CuHSq

Music

Plenty of entertainment at the North West 200

Music
Some of those from the tourism and hospitality industry who have recently completed the World Host Ambassador training pictured with trainer Wendy Gallagher from Causeway Coast Foodie Tours and Zoe Bratton and Kerrie McGonigle from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

A taste of the Causeway Coast

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New research from the NSPCC has found that four out of five children felt social media companies arent doing enough to shield them from upsetting, dangerous, and adult content.

Four in five kids feel social media companies are failing to protect them

Lifestyle

Last call for Unsung Hero nominations

News