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Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education
Tesco is recalling the sauce because of allergy fears.

Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

Business
A car going under the train barrier

WATCH: Translink appeals for safety first on the Railways this summer

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Go further with Northern Regional College

Education

IN FULL: All six venues revealed for ‘Last Saturday’ demonstrations

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Daniel O'Donnell warns fans against following his 'false' Facebook page

Music

Body discovered on Donegal mountain

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Police are appealing for information after three huts were damaged.

Vandals target beach huts

Crime
James Stewart.

Police appeal to trace missing man

News

WATCH: Translink appeals for safety first on the Railways this summer

News
Ellen Macfarlane.

Police pay tribute to girl’s lifesaving actions on motorway

News
The Londonderry to Coleraine train passing Downhill beach

New hourly Londonderry-Belfast rail service follows quadrupling of journeys

Transport
Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Business
The new A26 Frosses dual-carriageway from Glarryford to A44 Drones has opened. Pictured at the official opening ceremony with VIP guests are Cllr Paul Reid, Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, William Diver,  BAM McCann jv, Deidre Mackle, Divisional Roads Manager and Joan Baird, Mayor of Causeway Coast and Gens.  Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

£55 million A26 Frosses Road duallings scheme opens

Transport

Vandals target beach huts

Crime
Royal Mail is warning people about the scam.

Royal Mail warn of FAKE 'missed delivery' cards

Crime
Alan McQuillan

Gay Pride row: Ex-top PSNI man says officers should not parade with Orange

News
MISSING: Tracy Ann Moore.

Concern for missing heavily pregnant woman

Crime

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education
Hannah Johnston from Ballymena, who is doing a HLA course (Higher Level Apprenticeship) in Engineering at the College's Ballymena Campus.

Go further with Northern Regional College

Education
Start with North West Regional College this September and let your learning experience take you anywhere.

Create your career at North West Regional College

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A sad child - NSPCC image

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health

Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

Business
NI Fire and Rescue Service at the scene in Templepatrick.  
Picture: Pacemaker

Tragic farm death a ‘reminder of dangers’

News
File photo dated 02/10/2007 of Tesco carrier bags in a shopping trolley. Photo credit: Ali Waggie/PA Wire

Tesco to scrap 5p plastic bags in favour of 10p bags for life

Business
Take Me Out presenter, Paddy McGuinness.

Take Me Out want BALLYMONEY contestants for new series

Business

Republic will be “jealous” of NI once it leaves EU Customs Union, Paisley claims

News
DUP MLA Jim Wells and part of the letter written by Ms. Somers.

Christian mother of two gay sons writes open letter to DUP MLA

Politics
DUP councillor, Tom Smith.

There’s nothing wrong with being gay, says DUP councillor

Politics
Alan McQuillan

Gay Pride row: Ex-top PSNI man says officers should not parade with Orange

News
UTV news presenter and journalist, Paul Clark.

Support for UTV’s Clark after Sinn Fein criticism

Politics

NI’s first community fridge for Cloughmills

Environment
File photo dated 02/10/2007 of Tesco carrier bags in a shopping trolley. Photo credit: Ali Waggie/PA Wire

Tesco to scrap 5p plastic bags in favour of 10p bags for life

Business
National Marine Week from July 29th to August 13th offers endless opportunities to smell the seaweed, savour the sound of lapping waves, whilst searching for wild treasures around our shores

Get your dose of ‘vitamin sea’ this National Marine Week

Offbeat

Guided walk at Umbra Nature Reserve

News

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education
Portrush Breastfeeding Support Group.

Portrush Support Group celebrate World Breastfeeding Week

News
Giants Causeway

Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

News
A sad child - NSPCC image

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
Getting the flu jab

New marker can identify those most at risk of flu

Health