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News

Minibus licence changes will impact pupils: Larne principal

Education

People not protecting themselves despite record ID fraud levels

Offbeat
Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Councillor Paul Reid pictured with volunteers and staff from Womens Aid in Larne.

Lifeline support of Women’s Aid

News
Glasgow Rangers.

Rangers staff to coach local children

News

Pupils try their hand at growing ‘monsters’

Education

Man in court on Larne robbery charge

Crime

Meet the ‘Teddy Boy’ family in Greenisland

Offbeat

Larne schoolboy points the way to litter reduction

Offbeat
Pic supplied by RNLI

Busy start to summer season for Larne RNLI

News
Editorial image.

Police appeal after Ballycarry assault

Crime

‘Exciting’ plan to develop Mid and East Antrim cycle network

Transport
Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Business
Council policy covers electric cars.

Electric vehicles in revised allowances for council

Transport

Man in court on Larne robbery charge

Crime
Editorial image.

Police appeal after Ballycarry assault

Crime
Colin Horner was murdered in Bangor on May 28

Garage ‘staging post’ for Bangor supermarket murder, court told

Crime

‘Removal of flags not responsibility of PSNI’

Crime

Minibus licence changes will impact pupils: Larne principal

Education
Larne and Inver Primary pupils.

Pupils try their hand at growing ‘monsters’

Education
P5 pupils from Olderfleet Primary School.

Floral welcome for caravan park visitors

Education

Establishment celebrates 60 years in the community

Education

Their generation - new youth lifestyle survey unveiled

Education

People not protecting themselves despite record ID fraud levels

Offbeat
Carrickfergus Townscape Heritage Initiative project board members pictured with ARCHES directors at the landmark bridge and viaduct over the River Maine in Randalstown. INCT 26-702-CON

Randalstown helping to inspire £4m Carrick heritage project

Business
M&S is bringing a Foodhall to Carrick's Belfast Road. INCT 25-706-CON

New Marks & Spencer Foodhall for Carrickfergus

Business
The Mayor, Councillor Paul Reid and Lynda Foy, Countryside officer Mid and East Antrim Borough, unveiling new plans for cycle routes across the borough. INCT 25-798-CON

‘Exciting’ plan to develop Mid and East Antrim cycle network

Transport

Stewart ‘disappointed’ with General Election result

News
Prime Minister Theresa May, accompanied by her husband Philip, makes a statement in Downing Street after she traveled to Buckingham Palace for an audience with the Queen

Prime Minister: We will work together with DUP

News
Northern Ireland reacts to the 2017 General Election.

Social Media: NI reacts to General Election 2017

Politics
Supporters applaud victorious Sammy Wilson

East Antrim: Colossal surge to the DUP

News
Sammy Wilson

DUP would not have ‘any difficulty’ backing Tories to keep out leftist coalition

News

Pupils try their hand at growing ‘monsters’

Education
Pupils Samuel Whaley and Amy Wilkinson, from Larne Grammar School join Ian Luney, president of AES UK and Ireland and Monika Wojcieszek, from Ulster Wildlife, at the launch of the electricity generator's new Biodiversity Action Plan.

Protecting rare wildlife species at power plants

Environment
The Small Blue Butterfly discovered in Co Fermanagh

Rare butterfly previously feared extinct discovered in Northern Ireland

Offbeat

Welcome for free access to leisure facilities for carers

Health
Smiley Buildings. INLT 36-318-PR

Larne to shine a light on deafblindness

Health

Their generation - new youth lifestyle survey unveiled

Education
Northern Trust Chief Executive, Tony Stevens, recently accompanied Zoe Wilson, a Homecare Reablement Worker as she carried out duties in the Newtownabbey area. Zoe is based in the Rathcoole office.

Making an ‘Impact’ across the community

Health
(From left) The East Antrim team: Sister Karen Cairns, Claire Jess, Senior social Worker, Kirsty Rainey, Community Occupational Therapist, Iris Johnston, Community Occupational Therapist, Gail Howie, Social Worker, Melanie Phillips, Assistant Director East Antrim locality, Angela Brown, Staff Nurse, Glenda Harper, Community Team Manager and Mark Hamill, Student Nurse.

New health teams providing local services in East Antrim

Health