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Police investigate sudden death on train line in Co Antrim

Police are investigating the sudden death of a person on the rail line between Ballymena and Cullybackey this morning, Sunday, February 19.

Transport
Man charged after arson attack

Man charged after arson attack

A man has been charged following an arson attack at a property in Coleraine on Saturday, February 18.

Crime
Concerns raised about police station

Concerns raised about police station

DUP Alderman, John Finlay, has voiced his serious concerns over plans to close Ballymoney PSNI station to the public at the end of March.

Crime

WATCH:‘Sea of yellow’ as one thousand baby chicks found abandoned in field

The RSPCA has launched an investigation after officers were called to a sea of day-old chicks abandoned in a field in Cambridgeshire.

Business
Get involved in volunteering with Good Morning Causeway

Get involved in volunteering with Good Morning Causeway

Causeway Volunteer Centre works across Coleraine, Ballymoney and Moyle areas to promote and develop volunteering with organisations, like Good Morning Causeway. Over the past year they have been working with together and training and guiding them through an in-depth process that promotes best practice in volunteering.

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Oh baby, here comes the fair!

Oh baby, here comes the fair!

Coleraine Sure Start Partnership are hosting a Health and Wellbeing Fair in the Lodge Hotel, on March 9 from 11am to 4pm.

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Two lambs have been found in Dervock. Stock image

No ID on lost lambs located in Dervock field

Police in Ballycastle are attempting to reunite two lambs with their owner.

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Ulster date for Loreto traditional group

Ulster date for Loreto traditional group

A traditional group from Loreto College Coleraine travelled to Monaghan on Monday 13th February 2017 to represent the College in the Ulster Final of the Gael Linn Siansa competition.

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Two men released on bail following police drugs operation

Two men released on bail following police drugs operation

Two men, aged 28 and 24, have been released on bail pending further enquiries following a Coleraine PSNI drugs operation.

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Lucia is finalist in Spirit of Community Awards

Lucia is finalist in Spirit of Community Awards

A Ballycaslte girl is amongst the 20 finalists who have been announced as part of the 2017 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

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Manor House in final for Planning Excellence

Manor House in final for Planning Excellence

Manor House, Rathlin Refurbishment Project is among four finalists in Northern Ireland in the running to win one of the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence.

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Causeway businesses join Tourism NI’s Great Days Out

Causeway businesses join Tourism NI’s Great Days Out

Local tourism businesses joined Tourism NI for their annual ‘Great Days Out’ Fair.

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Businesses ‘named and shamed’ for under-paying staff

Businesses ‘named and shamed’ for under-paying staff

Two North Antrim businesses are included in a list published by a government department for under-paying staff.

Business
DEEP IMPACT’ Youth Weekend

DEEP IMPACT’ Youth Weekend

There was a great buzz of excitement on Friday, February 10 as Pastor Jonathan Payne warmly welcomed everyone to a very special Youth Concert in aid of Teen Challenge, Belfast.

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Partner clutched a knife and smashed plates during row over ‘cheating’

Partner clutched a knife and smashed plates during row over ‘cheating’

A woman was forced to lock herself into a bedroom as her partner clutched a knife and smashed plates during a row over “cheating”.

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Translink

Translink prepares for introduction of new £1 coin

The new 12-sided £1 coin is coming into circulation on March 28 - and Translink has been preparing the way by recalibrating cash handling equipment and up-skilling staff.
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Power tools, quad and trolley jack stolen

Power tools, quad and trolley jack stolen

Police in Coleraine are dealing with a number of rural thefts which occured overnight on Tuesday in the Glenariffe area near Cushendall.

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Vacant shop drop in Ballymena

There has been a steady reduction in the number of vacant shop premises in Ballymena town centre, according to new figures just published.

Business
Pope John Paul II award for Loreto pupils

Pope John Paul II award for Loreto pupils

A group of sixth form students from Loreto College Coleraine have each been presented with the Pope John Paul II Awards at the Derry Diocese’s tenth annual ceremony, held in Derry’s Millennium Forum on Tuesday 7th February.

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Getting some Vitamin D

Vitamin D supplements key to combating common cold

A daily dose of sunshine via Vitamin D pills keeps coughs and colds at bay, according to new research.

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