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Big Lottery funding boost for three community projects

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Police believe the stolen vehicles could have left the Antrim area. INNT 14-799-CON

Tractor, trailer and digger stolen

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Help sought from Glens walkers after red squirrel death

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Investigations launched after death of Magilligan prisoner

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Swann to take over as Ulster Unionist leader without a contest

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Male apprehended with Class C drugs in Ballymoney

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Police have interviewed 15 people suspected of drugs offences, court hears

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Coleraine man needs to be allowed to drive due to suspected threats against him

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Drugs seized by the police.

Police concerned by increase in drug related deaths

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Coleraine B&M store expansion creating 30 jobs

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TRAFFIC UPDATE: Main road to Belfast International Airport to be closed

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Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

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David McGuckin from Ballymena Rider Training and co-organiser,  Gary Olphert. (Contributed picture)

Bikers ready to roll for Easter Egg Run

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Coleraine Railway Station.

Prosecution warning as early closure fails to foil station vandals

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Calls for layby change at railway station.

Coleraine station to be closed due to anti-social behaviour

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Police concerned by increase in drug related deaths

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‘Stoned’ driver avoids jail

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Offensive graffiti at Dark Hedges

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You could still be over the limit this morning

Police warning on driving this morning - 'St Berocca Day'

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Seachtain na Gaeilge week at Loreto

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Christina McGarvey with some of her 'graduates'. These 8 to 11 years old can be seen with their Spanish Award Certificate and an introductory book to French.

Bonjour Amigos successful candidates

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Principal Mr Mullan with Sam Martin, Regional Development Officer for the Department for Communities.

Climbing wall launched at NCIC

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Don’t miss ANNIE at St Malachy’s PS

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Kind pupils help provide a library for Syrian children

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Promoting local holidays in Scotland

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Pictured Sean McLaughlin, Fullerton Arms, Ballintoy;  Niall Gibbons, Tourism Ireland; Lynne Bryce, The Old Bushmills Distillery; Joan OShaughnessy, Chairman, Tourism Ireland; and Alan Dunlop, Bushmills Inn, at the Bushmills Inn.

Board meets tourism operators in Bushmills

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Ballyrobin Road. Pic by Google.

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Main road to Belfast International Airport to be closed

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Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

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Swann to take over as Ulster Unionist leader without a contest

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has died

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This chart represents children aged four and under in 2011.
It stems from the 2011 census, and represents the answers parents gave when asked what religion the children were, or were being brought up in.
49.2% said Catholic, 36.4% Protestant or other Christian. 
The exact figures were 61,225 Catholics,  45,240 Protestants, 16,692 No religion, and 1,225 Other religion

Catholic population set to dwarf Protestants in years ahead

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Councillor William McCandless.

‘People should feel comfortable to celebrate saint’s life’

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Burning wood pellets

In full: List of non-domestic RHI claimants published today

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Promoting local holidays in Scotland

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Participants of the familiarisation tour of the Glens of Antrim pictured in Cushendall with the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Maura Hickey.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Taking a glimpse of the Glens

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Fancy a ramble this April?

Are you up for the Causeway Coast Challenge Walk 2017?

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‘Go Blue’ for WaterAid this World Water Day!

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MBE for former Portrush GP

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has died

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Generosity of Ballymoney folk

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Huge gift to Robinson Memorial

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Kennedy’s hold No Smoking Day visit

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