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Top book award for Doctor Juliet

Top book award for Doctor Juliet

Dr. Juliet McGrattan has been declared the winner of a first prize in the prestigious British Medical Association Book Awards, the results of which have just been announced.

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Gerard McLaughlin and Niamh Delaney.

Ground music nights begin

Fundraising music nights for cancer charities kicked off in Ground Ballymoney recently when Gerard McLaughlin led a number of local musicians entertaining a big crowd of appreciative supporters.

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Auditions for BLDS

Auditions for BLDS

Ballymoney Literary and Debating Society (or BLDS, as it is affectionately known) would very much like to hear from actors old and new as the Society prepares to hold open auditions for its 2019 Three-Act Festival production.

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Appeal for information as vandalism closes public toilets

Vandals damage public toilets

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is appealing for information after vandals caused extensive damage to public toilets in Portstewart.

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Mrs Alison Millar Lord-Lieutenant of County Londonderry and Cllr Brenda Chivers Mayor of Causeway coast and Glens Borough Council congratulate Mr Ricky Wright from the Vineyard Compassion group in Coleraine after they were officially presented with the'Queen's Award for Voluntary Service AS Lorraine Young DL, Lady Girvan MBE DL, Dr Bill McGinnis CBE,DL, and Desmond Hill DLl ook on.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Queen’s Award for Vineyard

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has congratulated members of the Vineyard Compassion group after they were officially presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

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Rachel Coural, Employee Development Co-ordinator, McAuley Engineering; Ann Williamson, Head of Employer Skills, Department for the Economy; Paddy Wallace, Assistant Head of Engineering, Northern Regional College; and Nicky McNeill, Fabrication/Production Area Manager, Terex, launch the NRC Welding Academy.

NRC Welding Academy launch

Ballymoney companies Terex and McAuley Engineering are collaborating with Northern Regional College to offer ten trainees the opportunity to become skilled in welding.

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