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Tributes paid: Barbara campaigned for fairness for farmers

The steering committee of Farmers for Action has said Co Antrim woman Barbara Morrison, who passed away on July 12th, will be remembered as someone who campaigned for fairness for the farming community across Northern Ireland.

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The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

The hosepipe ban which has been in force in Northern Ireland since June 29 was scheduled to end on Thursday, with no prosecutions having been launched.

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Pictured are consumer Sarah Hunter, who had problems getting a wedding present delivered to Northern Ireland, and The Consumer Council's Head of Postal Services, Kellin McCloskey, who says the new website www.deliverylaw.uk will be a useful resource for people who have had a frustrating, time consuming or expensive experience trying to have an online purchase delivered to Northern Ireland.

Online shoppers urged to report parcel delivery problems

Local online shoppers are set to benefit from a new website to report delivery problems with online orders.

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New Station Road Post Office opens

New Station Road Post Office opens

As part of an exciting modernisation and investment programme taking place across the Post Office network, a brand new Post Office has opened at SuperValu, 162 Station Road, Portstewart.

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Back Road, Drumbo. Picture by Google.

Man killed in road traffic collision

A young farmer has died following a road traffic collision in County Down.

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Pictured marking the launch of the M&S summer fundraising campaign in support of Action Cancer's Therapeutic Services are (l-r) Ross Graham, Franchise Sales Manager, Charles Hurt Toyota, Lindsey Malone, M&S Project Manager and Gareth Kirk, CEO at Action Cancer.

M&S set to make their mark for Action Cancer

M&S Coleraine colleagues are making their mark this summer as they support M&S Northern Ireland’s charity fundraising campaign, with the aim of raising £80,000 for Action Cancer’s counselling and therapeutic services.

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DUP MLA Maurice Bradley

Jobs boost at Riverside?

DUP MLA Maurice Bradley says the proposed redevelopment of a vacant retail unit at the Riverside Regional Centre in Coleraine could be a great employment boost for the Coleraine area.

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Kyle Diamond, from Garvagh, leads out the Commercial Beef Champion at this year's Ballymoney Show in the company of Amy McCollum, from Coleraine and Jonathan Kyle from United feeds

Wall-to-wall sunshine greets Ballymoney Show 2018

Glorious sunshine greeted the two days of this year’s Ballymoney Show, which culminated in the selection of Priestland 5446 Shot J Rose as the Cattle Inter-Breed Champion on the Saturday afternoon.

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Reader competition

D-Max Yukon: Have you entered the competition?

There is still time to enter the Farming Life competition for the D-Max Yukon.
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The new Farming Life app

New Farming Life App goes live

The new online platform for Farming Life has just gone live.
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IN PICTURES: The best photos from Day 1 of the Balmoral Show

The sun shone for the first day of the Balmoral Show 2018 and the crowds flocked to view all the events

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Balmoral Show

Balmoral Show: Traffic and travel advice

Traffic and travel advice has been issued for the Balmoral Show 2018.
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Stay informed with the new Farming Life app

Stay informed with the new Farming Life app

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new online platform for Farming Life.

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Disney to film science-fiction fantasy film in Northern Ireland

Disney to film science-fiction fantasy film in Northern Ireland

Disney are to film parts of their new Artemis Fowl production in Northern Ireland this summer.

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From left,  Kelli Bagchus, manager of Carrickfergus Enterprise, John Robbin of Craicntour and Julie Campbell of The Ballygally Apartments. Pic by Carrie Davenport.

New map plots route to hidden gems in The Glens

Glens of Antrim coastal businesses are set for a boost through a new map higlighting the route’s hidden gems.

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File photo dated 01/03/18 of a Carpetright in Leeds, as the embattled retailer has put jobs under threat as it draws up sweeping restructuring plans which will close poorly-performing stores and see it tap investors for up to �60 million. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday March 1, 2018. See PA story CITY Carpetright. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Carpetright closure blow to local economy

Retail Northern Ireland chief executive Glyn Roberts says the closure of fice Carpetright stores, including the Coleraine outlet, in Northern Ireland is a blow to the local economy.

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NI Railways

NI Railways to increase crackdown on anti-social behaviour

NI Railways will be increasing security on its services and at stations across the network in the run up to and over Easter 2018, it has emerged.
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Ballintoy Harbour, Co. Antrim. (Photo: Tourism NI)

Parking charges are shot down by council

Causeway Coast and Glens Council has voted to overturn its decision to introduce seasonal parking at tourist hotspots.

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Enterprise fund is ready to receive business applications

Enterprise fund is ready to receive business applications

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Enterprise Fund is now open for applicants.

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Michelin

Tyre maker Michelin unveils legacy for Ballymena site

Michelin has today unveiled its plans for the future of its Ballymena site - with the potential for hundreds of jobs.
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