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Police concerned by increase in drug related deaths

Police have voiced concerns regarding the number of reported drug related deaths in the region this year.

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‘Stoned’ driver avoids jail

‘Stoned’ driver avoids jail

Police saw a car swerving over white lines in Coleraine and a motorist, who had a young child in the front with him, admitted he was “stoned” on cannabis.

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Offensive graffiti at Dark Hedges

Offensive graffiti at Dark Hedges

Offensive graffiti at the Dark Hedges has tarnished the image of one of the most visited tourist spots along the North Coast.

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You could still be over the limit this morning

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

Considering the fact many across the region took a drink yesterday to celebrate Ireland's patron Saint, police are urging drivers not to "take a chance" on the roads this morning.
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Condemnation after pipe bombs explode in Bushmills

Condemnation after pipe bombs explode in Bushmills

Pipe bombs have exploded at two separate homes in Bushmills on the North Antrim coast.

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The window of this house was shattered and damage to the property was sustained. 
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In pictures: Bushmills pipe bombs

Pipe bombs have exploded at two separate homes in Bushmills on the North Antrim coast.

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Police officers on duty

Man charged with 43 counts of burglary

Detectives in Antrim have charged a 29-year-old man with 43 counts of burglary.

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Curragh Road. Pic by Google.

‘Large quantity of drugs’ seized by police

A man is to appear in court charged with a number of drugs offences following the search of a property in Coleraine.

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An attempt was made to set fire to the aero glider aimed specifically at wheelchair users in Diversity Park.

Attacks on Diversity Park ‘harming most vulnerable in our society’

A spate of vandalism at the Diversity Park in Portstewart is harming the most vulnerable in society, it is claimed.

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PCSP chair Alderman William King and vice-chair Ashleen Schenning at the launch of Drug Dealers Dont Care, Do You? campaign. INCR 10-759-CON

Street-level dealers target of drugs crackdown

A campaign highlighting the damage illegal drugs can cause has been launched to coincide with a crackdown on street-level dealers in Causeway Coast and Glens area.

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Traffic

PSNI to tailgaters: ‘Have a little patience’

The PSNI have issued a gentle reminder to drivers that flashing your lights, tailgating or repeatedly edging out to overtake won’t make the driver in front speed up.

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Runkerry House.

Police investigate report of shoes and bag at cliff edge

Police are appealing for information after it was reported that a pair of shoes and a bag had been left at a cliff edge in the Bushmills area on Sunday, March 5.

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Two lorries stolen from Macosquin quarry

Two lorries stolen from Macosquin quarry

Police in Limavady are appealing for witnesses following the theft of two lorries from a quarry on the Cam Road in Macosquin overnight Wednesday.

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Google image of Queen Street

Man stabbed multiple times near Ballymena park

A 21-year-old man has been stabbed a number of times by two men close to a Ballymena park.

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Photo of Mark Dunford issued by the PSNI.

‘Mr. Big’ drugs dealer is jailed

Police have welcomed the jail sentence imposed on a man who is described as a major figure in illegal drugs supply in Coleraine and Ballymena.

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Calls for layby change at railway station.

Coleraine station to be closed due to anti-social behaviour

Coleraine station is to be closed to members of the public from 7pm.

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Hopefield Road. Pic by Google.

Police investigate theft from building site

Police are appealing for information after a number of items were stolen from a building site in Portrush.

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Court

Ballymoney man fined £750 for keeping barn owls

A man who claimed he kept rare owls at his open farm to help educate the public about wildlife is now disheartened after a crackdown by the authorities and now says: “I don’t care if the last owl in Northern Ireland is dead”.

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Scales of justice.

Co Antrim pensioner jailed for sex assault

A 72-year-old Co Antrim man who sexually assaulted a woman in the hallway of her home whilst delivering a Chinese takeaway has been handed a 13-month sentence.

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Arrests across NI during probe into arson attacks at homes of serving police officers

Arrests across NI during probe into arson attacks at homes of serving police officers

Police probing serious attacks on the homes of serving police officers have made nine arrests across Northern Ireland.

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