Ballymoney and Moyle Times

Kids’ cycles up for grabs to celebrate Bike Week

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Portrush harbour

Man ‘jumped into harbour after taking pills and vodka’

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‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

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Tragic farmer Wilson Atchison ‘one of life’s true gentlemen’

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William Dunlop reveals heartbreaking reason why he withdrew from 2018 TT

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Child taken to hospital after car overturns on busy road

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Former Ballymoney minister begins last week as Moderator

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Remembering former councillor Harry Connolly

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Hunt for gang responsible for spate of burglaries across Northern Ireland

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Members of the Team Ulster gymnastics team which competed in Dublin at the Special Olympics Ireland Games

Special Olympics Ireland medal haul for Team Ulster

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POLL | Who will win the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in Russia?

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William Dunlop reveals heartbreaking reason why he withdrew from 2018 TT

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Michael Dunlop on the Paton in the Lightweight TT.

TT 2018: Michael Dunlop claims 18th win in Lightweight race for terrific treble

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PREMIERSHIP: Developments in race for St Mirren post

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MOTOCROSS: Riders are raring to go IN Claudy!

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MMA: Brave Combat Federation to host open workouts in Belfast

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New interactive map tackles embarrassment around debt advice

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TV Licensing

Help at hand if you have problems paying your TV Licence

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VIDEO: Peter Corry is back on the road with a brand new show

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Pictured at the launch of a new Digital youth programme with The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Brenda Chivers are Mrs Clare Kelly, Dalriada Grammar, Martin Clark, Business Development Manager, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Jane Hanna, Young Enterprise, Carol Fitzsimmons MBE, Young Enterprise Chief Executive, Bridget Mc Caughan, Economic Development Officer, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Mr John Devlin, Dalriada Grammar and Year 11 pupils from Dalriada Grammar in Ballymoney.

Council supports digital learners

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Moran's Retail Managing Director John Moran (right) pictured with Paul Moran, Manager of Moran's Centra, Strand Road.

New jobs thanks to Moran’s investment

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Pictured (L-R) Thomas Campbell (St Colum's Primary School pupil), John Thompson (Translink), Rosie Crocker (St Colum's Primary School pupil), Nigel McAfree (Translink), John Campbell and Rose McKenna (St Colum's Primary School pupils), Dr Ian Humphreys (CEO of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful), Laura Dysart, Ryan and Trasa Passmore (St Colum's Primary School pupils).

Top of the class, St Colum’s

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