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Ballymoney folk working 9 to 5!

There’s a real Ballymoney representation among the cast of Portrush Music Society’s forthcoming production of the Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5.

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Award for Slimming World’s Lynn

Award for Slimming World’s Lynn

A weight loss expert from Coleraine has won an award for the exceptional work she does helping people in the area to lose weight every week.

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WATCH: Dominican College celebrates centenary

Dominican College in Portstewart is celebrating 100 years of education on the north coast.

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Sale of Irish Art by Adrian Margey

Sale of Irish Art by Adrian Margey

Artist Adrian Margey will return to the Portrush Atlantic Hotel (formerly Ramada) this Bank Holiday Weekend (Friday, April 28 – Monday, May 1) with a new exhibition and sale of his work.

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Alderman Maura Hickey Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Graham Thompson, Chief Executive of Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust at the opening of Ursa Minor in Ballycastle which is now the fourth �CONOMUS�E in the United Kingdom.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Ursa Minor launched in Ballycastle

Ursa Minor in Ballycastle was launched as the fourth ÉCONOMUSÉE in the United Kingdom on Thursday, April 13.

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Encouraging young readers at St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s

Encouraging young readers at St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s

Recently students in the Foundation Stage at St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s Primary School got to take part in a bed time reading initiative.

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Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

What a way to make a living!

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VIDEO: Come to 9 to 5 The Musical, says Violet

“9 to 5 The Musical is the perfect show for anyone who has ever wanted to string up their boss...which is most of us”: DOLLY PARTON.

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Ballywillan Fellowship’s ends

Ballywillan Fellowship’s ends

THE closing meeting of Ballywillan Men’s Fellowship took place on Thursday last week when members and friends enjoyed lunch at the Royal Court Hotel, Portrush.

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End of Term Awards for all

End of Term Awards for all

On the final day of term Dalriada School held it’s traditional end of term assembly in the John Armstrong Hall to recognise the achievements of pupils and to award Colours.

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Farewell to George

Farewell to George

After years of service with both Ballymoney Borough Council and Causeway Coast and Glens Council it is time for George Irwin to park the Sweeper and enjoy his retirement.

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William Pinkerton success

William Pinkerton success

This year at William Pinkerton Memorial Primary School decided to give the pupils an opportunity to ‘shine’ at something new – and shine they did!!

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Rev David Clarke

President of Parkinson’s UK appeals for more funding to tackle condition

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Conal’s set for Halo next Friday!

Conal’s set for Halo next Friday!

Ireland’s Number 1 comedian is bringing his hilarious new one man stand up show Only Joking to Halo in Ballycastle next Friday, April 21.

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Stars for Rathlin Maritime Festival

Stars for Rathlin Maritime Festival

One of Ireland’s leading female musicians will top the bill at this year’s Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival.

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Things to do over Easter on the Causeway Coast

Things to do over Easter on the Causeway Coast

Not sure what you’re doing this Easter?

Here is some information of what’s going on in the Causeway Coast area over the Easter break...!

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Launching the first Great Guide Dogs Tea Party from left, singer/songwriter Malachi Cush, Gary Loughran with his guide dog Usher and Brian OKane, NI Chair of Specsavers.

Coleraine hosts ‘Great Guide Dogs Tea Party’ to raise funds

Specsavers of Coleraine are set to host a ‘Great Guide Dogs Tea Party’ later this month, which will raise much needed funds to support people living with sight loss.

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Opening new doors for DR Gates

Opening new doors for DR Gates

Ballymoney-based engineering firm DR Gates and Railings are the latest business in the Causeway Coast and Glens area to successfully draw down funding from the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme.

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Advanced fiddle tutor Teresa Clarke with students  at the John Kennedy Weekend in Ballycastle

Musical weekend for John

Local music legend John Kennedy has been honoured at a weekend of music and culture in Ballycastle.

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