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Future first with new virtual tour at Corran

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Drink driving.

Mid and East Antrim area sees a surge in drink driving detections by PSNI

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Conor Sheridan.

Conor Sherdian to stand for Alternative Labour Party

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WDM Bro David Swann, WM Bro Roy Beggs (Jnr), DM Bro Renwick Sharp at the war memorial. Contributed.

Lodge pays tribute to WW1 Orangeman

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Local pupil gets first hand glimpse into the role of a local politician

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Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

Offbeat

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Health

Would you stick needles in your baby to stop it crying?

Health
Alderman Maureen Morrow. INCT 03-652-CON

Business breakfast seminar invitation

Business
Fund raiser (EDITORIAL IMAGE)

Larne set to benefit from new funding measures

Business
Accident

Police urge caution following RTC

Transport
Campaign looks to improve safety for cyclists on the roads

Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

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Expect delays as work on major water pipeline project begins

Business

Winter driving warning after road traffic collisions in Larne area

Transport

Robbery charge man accused of shooting threats

Crime
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Carrick man made threat to kill in street

Crime
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Police car crash accused wore balaclava

Crime
A PSNI Land Rover vehicle will be patrolling during wintry conditions. INCT 03-650-CON

Police get set for winter patrols

Crime

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Lifestyle

School registration closing date nears

Education

High showcase at Market

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Tyne Cot cemetery in the region of Ypres, Belgium.

Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

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Carnlough student Maeve McSparron (right) celebrates her success with Professor Gillian Armstrong, Ulster University Business School and George Lunn, AES Corporation. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Maeve’s business skills lead to a major award

Business

Business breakfast seminar invitation

Business
Fund raiser (EDITORIAL IMAGE)

Larne set to benefit from new funding measures

Business
Pictured with the Minister as he announced plans for a Mid and East Antrim Job Fair on 2 February are (L-R): Julie Gorman, ICTU; John Allen, Unite the Union; Debbie Rea, Blaney; Mayor Cllr Audrey Wales MBE; and Joan Connolly,  Jobs & Benefits Office.

Mid and East Antrim jobs fair

Business
Scott Lilburn and his brother are washing and packing potatoes in Craigavon, Co Armagh

UTV’s Rare Breed farmers beat Eastenders in ratings war

Arts

Conor Sherdian to stand for Alternative Labour Party

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Stewart Dickson hosting  Work Experience student David Balmer.Contributed

Local pupil gets first hand glimpse into the role of a local politician

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Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson.

Tenants may be spared ‘bedroom tax’

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Sinn Fein Councillor James McKeown. INLT-02-707-con

Council pledges to tackle “scar of suicide on the community”

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Martin McGuinness: Why I’m stepping down

News

Larne Lough clean up clears 53 rubbish bags

Environment
A buck stands with does in the late afternoon autumn sunlight. October 3, 2015: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

Crime
Help reduce the council's landfill costs.

Help to reduce the council’s £3m landfill costs

Environment
Joining forces -  Michael McKinstry (Chief Executive, Phoenix), Ronan Larkin (Director, NI Water), Nicholas Tarrant (Managing Director, NIE Networks) and Mairead Meyer (Managing Director, BT).

Utility companies join forces for winter

News

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

Offbeat
Pregnant eating

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Health
A baby crying

Would you stick needles in your baby to stop it crying?

Health
One too many

Drinking to forget doesn’t work

Health
Sean Mullan and sister Eileen have encouraged more people to join the organ donor register

Brother’s ‘mind blowing’ experience after donating kidney to sister

Health