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Larne weightlifter Maurice (79) slams ‘cowardly’ thieves

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Oliver McMullan.

66 firearms and weapons stolen in Larne and Carrick in last decade

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The Dementia Home Support Team is pictured with their award

Social workers recognised for ‘inspirational work’ across Northern Ireland

Health
The PSNI are investigating child sex abuse allegations within clubs in Northern Ireland.

Historic child sex abuse allegations have been linked to NI football clubs

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We’re not kidding: Carrick goat rampage caught on video as story goes viral

Offbeat

WATCH: Hard-hitting video highlights blind cord safety

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Cybercrime warning follows security success

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Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

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Party poppers or party poopers?

Is it time to scrap the office Christmas party?

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'One or two high blood glucose readings shouldnt affect long-term diabetes control, but people should aim to avoid persistently high readings,' Dr David Chaney said.

Don’t buy expensive ‘diabetic’ chocolate, warns Diabetes NI Director

Health

Expect delays as work on major water pipeline project begins

Business

Winter driving warning after road traffic collisions in Larne area

Transport
More than 38,000 people have died in road traffic collisions in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland since records began.

38,787 people killed on roads north and south since records began

Transport

Woman admits guilt in roundabout accident in which her dog died

Crime
New railway post - Ruth Harper (Submitted image)

Ruth steams into new career track

Business

Cybercrime warning follows security success

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A huge, long-standing UVF display at Mount Vernon, north Belfast. It is among those included in the Housing Executive list of murals on its properties.

Revealed: Huge number of paramilitary murals on public housing

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Pat Buckley to be witness in ‘blackmail case’

Crime
Pte Matthew Boyd of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment spent his early years in Carrickfergus

‘Hardest man’ found guilty of NI-born soldier’s murder

Crime

Maeve’s business skills lead to a major award

Business
East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson attended the launch of the Pathfinder 2016 Report by the Target Ovarian Cancer Campaign at Westminster. INCT 48-726-CON

Ovarian cancer survival rates plea

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Almost three-quarters of secondary schools in the UK use surveillance software.

Surveillance software installed on secondary school pupils’ own devices

Education

New principal for Larne High School

Education
Interior and exterior pictures of Adam Joyces pavilion design

Former Ballyclare High School student earns finalist position in Young Architects Competition

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Cybercrime warning follows security success

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Broadband survey needs data from business and homes

Business
Mid and East Antrim Borough Mayor, Councillor Audrey Wales MBE launches the global Overseas Results competition that will give 10 local businesses a free, international marketing opportunity for their product or service in 2017. She is shown with John Magee, Chief Executive Officer of Overseas Results Limited and Ursula OLoughlin Head of Economic Development at Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.

Council seeks entries for brand new export marketing competition

Business
Good food available in NI

Northern Ireland food experiences to whet the appetite

Business

The Supreme Court hearing on Brexit: What’s it all about?

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A huge, long-standing UVF display at Mount Vernon, north Belfast. It is among those included in the Housing Executive list of murals on its properties.

Revealed: Huge number of paramilitary murals on public housing

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Wilson asked for solidarity on AIDS

Health

Christmas postal dates

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Sammy Wilson, Fidel Castro and Gerry Adams,

DUP veteran hits out at praise for Fidel Castro

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Utility companies join forces for winter

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A number of buzzards have been killed.

Over 40 birds of prey illegally killed

Crime
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Expect delays as work on major water pipeline project begins

Business
The Rt. Reverend Dr Frank Sellar

Presbyterian moderator defends ‘toxic bonfire’ comments

Environment

Social workers recognised for ‘inspirational work’ across Northern Ireland

Health
'One or two high blood glucose readings shouldnt affect long-term diabetes control, but people should aim to avoid persistently high readings,' Dr David Chaney said.

Don’t buy expensive ‘diabetic’ chocolate, warns Diabetes NI Director

Health
Nuts

Scientists say nuts to heart disease

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Exercising is good for young minds

Lack of exercise slows up learning

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December 1 is World AIDS Day.

World AIDS Day in Northern Ireland

Health