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DUP councillors: ‘We feel disgust at UUP vote on GAA park’

An open letter to Mike Nesbitt:

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Alderman John Finlay

Why the DUP queried development in Glens memorial IRA park

I write as a DUP member of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council to draw your readers attention to the circumstances surrounding Council approval of public funding for a development on an IRA memorial park in the Glens of Antrim.

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Colin Howell [James Nesbitt] in ITV's The Secret

Giving publicity to murder TV series

All reasonable people will have sincere and heartfelt sympathy for those families affected by the Howell/Stewart murders, and their aftermath.

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Dementia help.

344 people with dementia

SIR - I wanted to highlight to your readers there are 20,000 people in Northern Ireland with dementia and 7,000 of them have not received a diagnosis.

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Reader saddened at loss of local, wonderful shops

Reader saddened at loss of local, wonderful shops

SIR - I am truly saddened that E. J. Cassells, one of the best gift shops in North Antrim, is closing down. I got my shopping trolley there (best wheelie ever that beats carrying bags hands down) and most of my cookware, glassware and special gifts.

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Concern UK director thanks Times readers

Concern UK director thanks Times readers

On behalf of Concern Worldwide, I would sincerely like to thank the readers of the Ballymoney and Moyle Times for your support during 2015.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Finlay on same-sex marriage

Like many evangelicals across Northern Ireland, I was saddened that, for the first time, the Northern Ireland Assembly voted, albeit by a majority of one, in favour of a motion calling for same-sex marriage.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR - The Dark Hedges

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR - Finlay writes in support of late Ian Paisley

Dear Sir,

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Complaint about price of a swim

Complaint about price of a swim

A Ballymoney man has branded the admission price for the swimming pool at the town’s leisure centre as “ridiculous”.

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LETTER from Barnardo’s Fostering Week

LETTER from Barnardo’s Fostering Week

This week is Barnardo’s NI Fostering Week.

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Concern Worldwide thanks

Concern Worldwide thanks

SIR - On behalf of Concern Worldwide, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the readers of the Ballymoney and Moyle Times for your generous support in 2014. Last year, you donated £264,438 to help us tackle hunger in 27 of the world’s poorest countries.

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Barnardo’s launch instagram

SIR - This week our shops, including our shop in Ballymoney, are launching an innovative Instagram Christmas competition and I wanted to invite your readers to take part in the fun.

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Swann issues festive message

Swann issues festive message

MR ROBIN SWANN MLA, the North Antrim Ulster Unionist Party Westminster and Chairman of the Stormont Employment and Learning Committee, has issued his festive message to constituents in which he hopes 2015 will bring better news on the financial front for families.

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PROUD PARENTS. Rachel, pictured on her big day along with her parents David and Kathleen.INBM48-14 9007F.

Local beautician ties the knot in her aunt’s old wedding dress

Ballymoney woman Rachel Hynds-Archibald has taken vintage fashion to a new level after wedding the love of her life in a dress first worn by her aunt, over 30 years earlier.

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Cllr Cara McShane pictured taking part in last Friday's Sav the Dal campaign where tractors and lorries gridlocked Ballycastle. Cllr McShane was joined by Ian Paisley MP, MLA's Dathi McKay, John Dallat and Cllr Sandra Hunter.

Stop ‘stiring division’ using ‘Sav the Dal’

Councillor Cara McShane has expressed her disappointment that people with an ‘anti-SF agenda would use the proposed closure of the Dalriada hospital as a means to pursue that platform’.

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8th November 2014.. Ballycastle is brought to a standstill as hundreds protest at the Closure of Dalriada Hospital by forming a white line picket at lunch time in the town on Saturday. PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Breakdown of Trust savings

Local MLA Daithi McKay has ask the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety for a breakdown of the £600,000 that the Northern Trust have said would be saved as a result of closing 32 beds at Dalriada Hospital.

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Hedges will always be at risk

Hedges will always be at risk

Dear Sir - I felt compelled to respond to your article on the Dark hedges which gave air to the opinions of a dark hedges watcher. What a shame that they did not tender for the consultation report on the trees and come down and direct the arborists who did the work.

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Ballymoney Chamber of Commerce goes live!

Ballymoney Chamber of Commerce goes live!

SIR - The Ballymoney Chamber of Commerce invite you to visit their new facebook page which has just gone live!

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