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Model pupils participate in the annual Big Pedal

The pupils at Ballymoney Model CIPS were super busy celebrating Sustrans Big Pedal Week.

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Mrs Joan Christie CVO OBE is congratulated by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough  Council Councillor Joan Baird OBE after becoming a Freeman of the Borough in recognition of her  role as Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim. Pic Steven  McAuley/McAuley Multimedia

Joan’s Freedom of the Borough

The Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim has been granted the Freedom of the Borough from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

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Christopher Bond.

Causeway run for Christopher

A 74-year-old from Wells in Somerset is to use the quest for a cure for Parkinson’s as the reason for a first ever visit to Northern Ireland, where he will run the Causeway Coast

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Atlantic Sessions to return in Autumn

Atlantic Sessions to return in Autumn

Following the sell-out success of Atlantic Sessions last year and its 2017 NI Tourism Award for most Innovative Event, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council will be bringing Atlantic Sessions back to the Causeway Coast from November 15 - 18.

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Sizzling summer season at Riverside

Sizzling summer season at Riverside

The Riverside Theatre is excited to announce a buzzing new programme of events, performances and exhibitions this summer.

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Inga Maria Hauser's nephew Viktor Leibl with BBC Spotlight reporter Conor Spackman

Inga Maria Hauser family: help us to be free of curse of her death

The nephew of murdered German backpacker Inga Maria Hauser has said his family will only be free of the “curse” of his aunt’s death once her killer is caught.

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The Blame Game comes from the Riverside

The Blame Game comes from the Riverside

BBC Northern Ireland’s hugely popular comedy show The Blame Game comes from Coleraine’s Riverside Theatre this week.

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Dollingstown captain Aaron Moffett and his team-mates can look forward to a return to the Irish League.

FOOTBALL: Dollingstown to regain Irish League spot as Glebe Rangers withdraw from play-offs

Dollingstown have been catapulted back into the Irish League following confirmation of Glebe Rangers’ decision to withdraw from the forthcoming play-off process.

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First known death in NI from new narcotic

A young man from a Co Antrim village has been revealed to be the first – and so far only – person in Northern Ireland whose death has been linked to a new drug.

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Defender Graham Crown is welcomed to Coleraine by boss Oran Kearney.

PREMIERSHIP: Coleraine snap up defender Graham Crown

Coleraine have confirmed the signing of defender Graham Crown from north west neighbours Limavady United.

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IN PICTURES: From super Seeley to imperious Irwin - relive the North West 200

The sun shone on the North West 200 as wins for local riders Glenn Irwin and Alastair Seeley hit the headlines in an action-packed week on the north coast.

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Glebe Rangers manager Jason Wilmont. Pic by INPHO.

FOOTBALL: Glebe Rangers secure title to set up play-off with Dollingstown

Glebe Rangers’ 1-0 win over St James Swifts on Monday night not only secured the Ballymena and Provincial Intermediate League title, but also sealed their place in the two-leg play-off for the final NIFL spot.

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Maria Inga Hauser

Man released on bail in Inga Maria Hauser murder probe

A 61-year-old man arrested yesterday on suspicion of murder has been released on bail pending further police enquiries.

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Marek Sinko claimed he punched his uncle five times

Judge rejects challenge against bail for man accused of murdering uncle

A man charged with murdering his uncle at their remote Co Antrim home had soup and went to bed after allegedly inflicting the fatal blows, the High Court has heard.

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Ballywillan Drama Group ‘keeps dancing’ with Strictly fundraiser

Ballywillan Drama Group ‘keeps dancing’ with Strictly fundraiser

Strictly Come Dancing has become a firm family favourite as part of weekend telly viewing for over ten years now.

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Michael Dunlop on the Tyco BMW in the feature North West 200 Superbike race.

NW200: Michael Dunlop left frustrated after rear tyre issue in Superbike finale

Michael Dunlop was left to rue a rear tyre issue on his Tyco BMW as his pursuit of North West 200 Superbike winner Glenn Irwin faltered.
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Glenn Irwin celebrates his Superbike double at the North West 200 on Saturday.

NW200: Glenn Irwin's sizzling Superbike double evokes memories of Fogarty's famous Ducati wins

Glenn Irwin’s resounding Superbike double on the PBM Ducati at the North West 200 on Saturday evoked memories of Carl Fogarty’s famous brace 25 years ago.
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Alastair Seeley celebrates his Supersport double with the EHA Racing team.

NW200: Triangle master Alastair Seeley is streets ahead in Supersport class

Triangle master Alastair Seeley was streets ahead of the pretenders to his Supersport crown as the Carrick man increased his all-time record of victories at the North West 200.
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The 2018 Vauxhall International North West 200 was something special.

COMMENT: Sun-drenched North West 200 will take some beating

Saturday’s sun-baked Vauxhall International North West 200 will take some beating.
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James Cowton celebrates his Supertwin victory with Winston (left) and Jason McAdoo.

NW200: James Cowton delivers coveted victory for McAdoo Racing team

The Cookstown-based McAdoo Racing team had plenty of cause for celebration on Saturday after James Cowton won his maiden race at the North West 200.

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