Call for action after lorry driver ‘threw urine bottle on Larne road’

A man who says he witnessed a lorry driver throwing a bottle of urine from his vehicle is calling for action to end the “disgusting” practise.

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Ballymena MOT centre evacuated due to fire

Ballymena MOT centre was evacuated today due to a small fire.

The car seized by police in Carnlough, which an officer said was nearly 'lowered to the ground'. INLT-43-705-con

Police seize ‘death trap on wheels’ in Carnlough

Larne police have issued a warning to the public to check the condition of their vehicles after seizing a car described as a “death trap on wheels” in Carnlough last week.

Chain Reaction Cycles. Pic Elaine Hill

Future of over 300 jobs at risk at WiggleCRC

A consultation process is set to commence over the future of more than 300 jobs at WiggleCRC.

The Great British Bake Off

As we pre-heat our ovens for the Bake Off final let's recap on who we've lost already

The Great British Bake Off Final

New advice could reduce cot death risk by 50 per cent.

Babies should share bedroom with parents - but in their own bed

Babies should sleep in the same rooms as their parents for the first year of their lives - but never in the same bed - as it reduces cot death by 50 per cent.
Costa coffee

Costa Coffee adds booze to its menu

Coffee lovers who fancy something more than a caffeine kick may be in luck - as a Costa Coffee branch is set to add booze to its menu.

The eBay auction has been pulled from the site, but many copy-cat versions are now online

eBay ‘upside down’ fivers selling for silly money

Online auction site eBay is being flooded with listings for ‘upside down’ five pound notes - with some attracting bids of thousands of pounds.

The cider is only available from ASDA.

Kopparberg recalls cider over fears bottles may shatter

Bottles of popular Kopparberg cider are being removed from the shelves at Asda supermarkets amid fears the glass may shatter.

Consumers say they are willing to wait to see what deals they can get on Black Friday.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday set to boost Christmas sales

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are forecast to make it a very merry Christmas for the retail sector as shoppers go on a seasonal spending spree.

Exhibit in Castlecourt

Clothing retailer Exhibit goes into administration

Clothing retailer Exhibit, which operates under the name Cucco Retail Limited, has gone into administration, affecting about 100 jobs, it has emerged.

The cost of fuel is on the increase.

Cost of living - fuel prices on the increase

There’s bad news for motorists as the cost of fuel has risen significantly in the last week, with unleaded petrol now at 113.7 pence per litre. This is 1.4 pence per litre more than the previous week.

The new look UTV logo.

New chapter for UTV

Monday marked a new chapter in the story of local television channel, UTV.

The Ann's Pantry team at the BBC Good Food Show, Belfast.

Local producers tempt NI’s food-loving public

Several food producers from the Larne area have showcased their delicious fare at one Northern Ireland’s most prestigious food events.


Ryanair recruiting in Belfast for 2000 staff

Ryanair is set to hold a recruitment day in Belfast on December 1 where up to 2,000 cabin crew jobs will be up for grabs.

L-R photo is David Gillespie, Terri Kelly, Ald. Maureen Morrow

“Does image really matter?”

The first new Vital business seminar “Promoting your business and using public relations – does image really matter” received a great turnout.

Au pairs are exempt. Shutterstock

National Living Wage: The people who aren’t entitled to it

Brexit is likely to knock 10p off the National Living Wage next year, according to research by the Resolution Foundation.

The cost of car insurance in Northern Ireland is on the rise.

Steep rise in cost of car insurance in Northern Ireland

Drivers in Northern Ireland are facing a steep climb in the cost of car insurance, according to the latest car insurance price index powered by Willis Towers Watson.

Tesco supermarket

Tesco to fine shoppers who wrongly park in disabled or mother and baby spaces

Tesco is to introduce fines for people who wrongly park in disabled or parent and child bays at 200 of its stores.

The euro was almost worth the same as the pound at one stage on Friday.

Euro almost at parity with pound

Financial markets saw the value of the pound against the euro crash on Friday.

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