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Third Green Flag for Killowen Nursery School

Kylemore Nursery School in Coleraine has been awarded a prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag, for the third time, by the environmental charity Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

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Employees at SDC Trailers outside Toome cool down with ice-cream from an ice-cream van put on by the management this afternoon.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye.com

Today was hottest day this year in Northern Ireland with more sun to follow

Today proved to be the hottest of the year so far in Northern Ireland with temperatures reaching 25 degrees in many parts of the Province.

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The Giant's Causeway was the most popular place to visit in Northern Ireland for tourists in 2016.

IN FULL: NI's top tourist attractions for 2016

The Giant's Causeway has been confirmed as the most popular tourist destination in Northern Ireland in 2016, according to the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (N.I.S.R.A.).
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The heavy rain is expected to arrive in Northern Ireland in the early hours of Saturday.

VIDEO: Torrential rain to hit Northern Ireland this weekend

Northern Ireland is set for torrential rain and possibly thunder and lightning storms this weekend, say the Met Office.

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Barbecues can be fantastic occasions but it's important to be careful when preparing food outside.

VIDEO: How to cook food safely on the BBQ

People all over Northern Ireland will be barbecuing food in their gardens this evening.
Health
Council consultation sessions on Mountsandel

Council consultation sessions on Mountsandel

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council are currently carrying out work to assess potential development opportunities at Mountsandel Wood, Coleraine, along with the lands in the immediate vicinity on both sides of the River Bann.

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Rev Dr. Frank Sellar

Coleraine’s Moderator looks back on year

As the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland approaches his last full week in office, before the Church’s General Assembly opens on June 5, Rt. Rev. Dr. Frank Sellar has said that it was a year full of divine opportunities to serve, that has left him greatly heartened having found ‘a church not in retreat, but a gracious and humble partner in the advancement of God’s Kingdom across Ireland.’

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Patient and Client Council roadshow team. From left clockwise: Nigel Warburton, Keli Farrell and Jess Murray

Patient and Client Council coming to Portrush

The Patient and Client Council will be heading down the highways and byways on a roadshow around Northern Ireland this June.

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Give blood, urges Kilrea’s John Dallat

Give blood, urges Kilrea’s John Dallat

SDLP MLA John Dallat has urged local people to come forward and support the blood donation sessions in Kilrea on May 31.

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SLIDESHOW: P6 Taster Day for primary schools at Loreto

Primary Six pupils from twenty-one schools enjoyed Taster Mornings at Loreto College Coleraine towards the end of May, exploring a range of activities on offer.

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Wood pellets

RHI list: Officials withhold 48 claimants’ names

Although the vast majority of the names of non-domestic RHI claimants have been released, details of some major claimants have been withheld – with little explanation as to the reasons for each decision.

Environment
Great weather on the horizon

WEATHER: Sun to split the trees - until the weekend

The sun is going to remain over Northern Ireland this evening, tomorrow and Friday.
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Wood pellets

IN FULL: Non-domestic RHI claimant list

The Department for the Economy has today published the full list of individuals and companies who have received more than £5,000 under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme.

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Carrick-a-rede rope bridge

Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge closed after overnight vandalism

The iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge has been closed after "an act of vandalism overnight".
Crime
Moyle Twinning hold their annual meeting

Moyle Twinning hold their annual meeting

The annual meeting of Moyle Twinning Association took place in the Marine Hotel, Ballycastle, last Monday night.

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Bloomfield Court. Image: Google

Baby escapes injury after masked men attack house in ‘hate crime’

An 11-month-old baby has escaped injury after masked men attacked a house in Bangor, in what police have described as a hate crime.

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Niamh Woods pictured previously with her parents Sean and Bernie.

'Daddy, please get me home’ - NI student at Manchester Arena

The family of a Northern Irish student who witnessed the horrific aftermath of a suicide bombing while working at Manchester Arena were today arranging for her to return home.
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UCIT appoints Alan as Chairman

UCIT appoints Alan as Chairman

The Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT), one of the UK’s leading specialists in social finance, has appointed Alan Moneypenny from Portballintrae as its new Chairman.

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Barn owl (c) Margaret Holland

Volunteers needed to transform the fortunes of barn owls

Wildlife lovers are being urged to help safeguard one of Northern Ireland’s most endangered birds, by getting involved in Ulster Wildlife’s annual survey of barn owls this summer.

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