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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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The Ulster Farmers Union are encouraging people to choose local lamb this Easter for their family celebrations

Why not enjoy local lamb?

Ulster Famers’ Union Deputy President Victor Chestnutt is encouraging consumers to choose local lamb this Easter for their family celebrations.

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Tourism Ireland in London invited writer Gabrielle Jaffe and photographer Andrew Montgomery to visit Northern Ireland last summer.

Portrush and Causeway make Lonely Planet

A major, 12-page article showcasing Northern Ireland and its superb food and innovative producers appears in the latest edition of a popular travel magazine in Great Britain, profiling the destination to more than 44,000 readers – or potential GB holidaymakers for Northern Ireland.

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Judith Webb, Tourism NI gives international visitors Stephen Feeney and Melly Corzo from Chicago, Illinois the first stamp on their Journey of Doors souvenir passport alongside Clair Balmer, Tourism Ireland at the Dark Hedges. Tourism NI has launched a Journey of Doors passport that allows  Game of Thrones� fans to visit the 10 Game of Thrones Doors across Northern Ireland and collect a unique stamp at each of the locations.

Can you open the 10 Game of Thrones doors?

Tourism NI has today launched a Journey of Doors passport that allows Game of Thrones® fans to visit the 10 Game of Thrones Doors across Northern Ireland and collect a unique stamp at each of the locations.

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Flower planting at ‘Lovely Armoy’!

Flower planting at ‘Lovely Armoy’!

SIR - Some time ago this area by the Banks of the River Bush inspired someone to pen the song ‘Lovely Armoy’! The emigrant is recalling the beauty of this area as he departs from Armoy.

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Pictured are prizewinners with their awards at the annual Ballycastle & District Horse Ploughing Society's presentation dinner on Friday night.

Ballycastle Horse Ploughing success

The Ballycastle Annual Horse Ploughing Match took place on St Patrick’s Day on land kindly donated by the Society Chairman Mr. Danny Matthews.

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Could you be a part of a LAG (Local Action Group)?

Could you be a part of a LAG (Local Action Group)?

Causeway Coast and Glens Local Action Group (LAG) are now seeking to recruit new members to the Wider LAG.

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Can you help with beach clean-up?

Can you help with beach clean-up?

Ulster Wildlife’s Living Seas Team is calling for volunteers to join them in their quest to clean up the shoreline at Ramore Head, in Portrush, on Tuesday, April 11 from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.

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SLIDESHOW - Community conference a great success

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s first ever Community Centres Conference has been hailed as a resounding success.

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Special 30th year of Gardening Club show

Special 30th year of Gardening Club show

The Coleraine and District Gardening Club are pleased to announce that they are holding their annual Spring Flower Show in the Guide Hall, Terrace Row car

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No Easter bunnies this year from Pets at Home

No Easter bunnies this year from Pets at Home

Pets at Home is set to stop selling rabbits at all of its 430-plus stores, including Pets at Home Coleraine, this Easter, in order to educate and inform children on the importance of responsible pet ownership.

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Pictured is Irish Minister of State, Finian McGrath; Charlene Shongo, City of Derry Airport; and Amy Riddell, Tourism Ireland, at the St Patrick's family event in Glasgow's Merchant Square.

Promoting local holidays in Scotland

Tourism Ireland, together with City of Derry Airport and Rathlin Island Ferry, attended the annual St Patrick’s family event in Glasgow’s Merchant Square, promoting holidays in Northern Ireland to an estimated 7,000 visitors to the event.

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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

Spectacular scenery and sumptuous local produce were just some of the things enjoyed during a recent familiarisation tour of the Glens of Antrim.

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Fancy a ramble this April?

Are you up for the Causeway Coast Challenge Walk 2017?

The annual Causeway Coast Challenge Walk for 2017 is set to run again this year on Sunday, April 30.

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‘Go Blue’ for WaterAid this World Water Day!

‘Go Blue’ for WaterAid this World Water Day!

Most of us take water for granted, but our lives would be pretty blue without it – nothing to drink, nothing to wash in, nothing to flush the toilet with...

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SLIDESHOW: Causeway Coast & Glens Council welcomes Fairtrade visitor

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council marked Fairtrade Fortnight with a visit from a Nicaraguan chocolate factory worker.

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Cyril Millar is congratulated by his wife Ann, son Martin and daughter-in-law Cathy following his appointment as RUAS President.

Coleraine’s Cyril new President of RUAS

There was a great turn out at the annual meeting of the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS) recently when Coleraine man Cyril Millar was appointed President.

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2020 offer free consultations for Cancer charity

2020 offer free consultations for Cancer charity

2020 Architects in Ballymoney are offering free architectural consultations for one week in May to raise funds for The Jill Todd Trust, in partnership with Friends of the Cancer Centre NI.

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Tourist Trails on the right path!

Tourist Trails on the right path!

The possibility of an established local tourist trail advanced to another level recently when Darren Quigg, Chairperson of the Ultoniae Cultural and Heritage Society acted as tour guide in delivering one of the future tours.

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