World famous landmarks join St Patrick’s celebrations

Tourism Ireland’s annual ‘global greening’ St Patrick’s Day initiative will this year see 290 major international landmarks take on an unfamiliar hue.

Michael Dunlop won the Senior race at the Isle of Man TT last year on the Hawk Racing Suzuki.

Michael Dunlop considering Superbike options after parting company from Hawk Racing

Michael Dunlop has revealed he has not renewed his contract with Hawk Racing to contest the Superbike class at the international road races in 2018.
The Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council Joan Baird pictured with sponsors and Johnston Press Staff at the Launch of the People of the Year Awards 2018 INCR10-18 001BW

Who will be the People of the Year?

The countdown is on to find the winners of the inaugural Causeway Coast and Glens People of the Year Awards.

Big Lunch organisers want to hear from Ballymoney

Big Lunch organisers want to hear from Ballymoney

This year, Big Lunch organisers in Northern Ireland have the opportunity to win £50 of food vouchers to get their event off to a great start - and they want to hear from the Ballymoney and Moyle area.

Prizewinners and organisers of Ballymoney Drama Festival.

Prizewinners at closing ceremony of Ballymoney Drama Festival

The final award ceremony on Saturday, March 10, marked the end of this year’s Ballymoney Drama Festival.

Former staff from the three schools - Coleraine Boys' Secondary School, Coleraine Girls' Secondary School and Coleraine College - at the anniversary dinner.

Coleraine College celebrates 60 years of education and success

A large crowd was in attendance at the Lodge Hotel recently for a celebration, hosted by Coleraine College, to mark 60 years of education on the Carthall Road site.

Joe Gaston lost his right leg in December 1977 after a bomb exploded under his tractor

Joe Gaston, UUP man who survived IRA bomb, ‘one of great stalwarts’

A former Ulster Unionist politician who survived a 1977 bomb attack by the Provisional IRA has passed away.

Joe Gaston lost his right leg in December 1977 after a bomb exploded under his tractor

Swann pays tribute to UUP stalwart Gaston

Robin Swann, the North Antrim Ulster Unionist Party Assembly member and UUP leader, has said he was “very deeply saddened” to learn of the sudden passing of Mr Joe Gaston, whom he described as “one of the great stalwarts of Ulster Unionism in the constituency”.

Action Cancer bridal event

Action Cancer bridal event

Brides-to-be, this is a great opportunity for you to grab a bridal bargain AND help fundraise for Action Cancer.


WATCH: Jacob Stockdale looks ahead to Ireland final showdown with England in the Six Nations championship

Nine years ago Jacob Stockdale was a 12-year-old boy dreaming of playing rugby for Ulster and Ireland.
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World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea will complete a parade lap at the North West 200 in May.

NW200: World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea set for demo lap in May

Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea will make a special appearance at the Vauxhall International North West 200 in May, where he will complete a parade lap around the famous Triangle venue.

Moneydig Hen's Shed hosting a children's tea party.

Sisters are doing it for themselves in Moneydig

You’ve heard of a men’s shed – but have you ever heard of a hen’s shed?

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Public has right of way at Giant’s Causeway

Causeway Coast and Glens Council is to act to ensure the public is fully aware of rights of way, particularly at the Giant’s Causeway.

Alastair Seeley (Tyco BMW) leads Glenn Irwin (PBM Ducati) in the NW200 Superbike race in 2017.

Stars out in force for North West 200 launch

Glenn Irwin and Alastair Seeley will be among the special guests at the official launch of the Vauxhall International North West 200 in Coleraine on Wednesday evening.

A loyalist parade through Rasharkin in 2017 'PICTURE MATT BOHILL PACEMAKER PRESS

Man gave one-fingered gesture at bands on Twelfth

A MAN who shouted abuse and made a one-fingered gesture at passing bands and police and also pointed towards an Irish Tricolour flying at Rasharkin’s Main Street during a July 12 loyalist parade, has been given a suspended jail sentence.

TV LIcensing

8,000 TV Licences due for renewal in NI

Almost 8,200 households in Northern Ireland could save money by renewing their TV Licence on time by 31 March, TV Licensing has announced today.

Undated handout photo of the Rev David Clarke, elected Wednesday February 8th 2006 as the new Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Rev Clarke, who has been minister of Terrace Row Church in Coleraine, Co Londonderry for over 20 years, is the son of a butcher, and his brother played professional football for Sunderland. See PA story ULSTER Church. PRESS ASSOCIATION photo. Photo credit should read: PA

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Bill Turnbull’s timely warning

The amiable television and radio presenter Bill Turnbull has disclosed that he is a cancer sufferer.


Whatsapp will make a huge change to app and lots of users are very happy

WhatsApp users will soon be able to delete messages up to an hour after sending – but how does it work?
Jacob Stockdale scores the first of two tries against Scotland

IRELAND 28 SCOTLAND 8: Jacob Stockdale brace helps Ireland to win over Scotland in Dublin

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