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‘Removal of flags not responsibility of PSNI’

The PSNI has responded to comments on social media over the removal of flags.

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George Gilmore. 
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Gilmore murder probe police return to Carrickfergus after second anonymous letter

Detectives from PSNI’s Serious Crime Branch investigating the murder of leading loyalist George Gilmore in Carrickfergus returned to the area today to appeal for more information following receipt of a further anonymous letter.

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Police are appealing for information following the assault.

Shocking footage emerges of Larne teen assault

Police are appealing for information after a teenage girl was assaulted during a horrific attack in Larne.

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Accused hid in derelict farmhouse court told

A disqualified driver from Carnlough who drove dangerously, caused a three vehicle collision near Broughshane, a court has been told.

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Called emergency services for ‘someone to talk to’

A Larne man who gets “wild and crazy thoughts” when he drinks has admitted persistent improper use of public communications by contacting police and the Ambulance Service.

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Cllr Patrice Hardy.

‘Loner’ who harassed Sinn Fein councillor is ordered to do Community Service

A Sinn Fein councillor and two other victims who were harassed by a “loner” were left feeling “scared, frightened and upset”, a court heard today.

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Carrick man banned from keeping dogs

Carrick man banned from keeping dogs

A pet owner has been banned from keeping dogs after he caused unnecessary suffering to his Staffordshire bull terrier

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The proposed wind farm of seven 100 metre-high turbines is at Ballykeel, near Larne

Ramblers cleared to challenge Co Antrim wind farm

A ramblers body has won High Court permission to challenge the decision to approve construction of a wind farm in the Antrim Hills.

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Police advice: 7 ways to help protect your home against crime over the summer

Police have warned householders to maintain a security conscious approach at home over the summer months.

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Larne armed robbery - man released on bail

Larne armed robbery - man released on bail

Police investigating an armed robbery at commercial premises on Linn Road, Craigyhill, Larne on Monday morning have released a 35-year-old man on bail pending further police enquiries.

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High value tools stolen from Larne shed

Police are appealing for information following the theft of a number of high value tools from Carnduff Road, Larne.

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Police appeal over ‘panther’ on loose report

Police appeal over ‘panther’ on loose report

Police have issued one of their more unusual appeals following the report of a large black cat - possibly a panther - on the loose.

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Car stolen in aggravated burglary at Ballygally

Car stolen in aggravated burglary at Ballygally

Police are appealing for information following an aggravated burglary in the Brustin Lee area of Ballygally in the early hours of this morning (Saturday).

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Police wax lyrical after drug arrest

Police were waxing lyrical as they described the arrest of a man at Belsonic last night (Friday, June 16) on suspicion of drugs offences.
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Pacemaker Belfast . Picture of Eddie Girvan, the 70 year old man found dead in his Station Road home in Greenisland.

Pensioner killing ‘sheer inhumanity’

A senior judge described the “gruesome” killing of a pensioner in his Co Antrim home last year as “sheer inhumanity”.

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Accused ‘did not have hammer as offensive weapon’

Accused ‘did not have hammer as offensive weapon’

A man with an address near Ballyclare is denying a charge of having a hammer as an offensive weapon in a public place - Larne’s Quay Street - on May 2 this year.

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‘Feud’ accused in court on crutches after leg broken

A Larne man accused of offences as part of a ‘feud’ in the town “has maintained his innocence from the outset,” according to a defence lawyer.

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Salmon nets damaged at Glenarm Marina

Vandalism of fishing nets at Glenarm Marina could result in the loss of £10,000 worth of salmon, police have stated.

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Raided hospital
lockers for cash

Raided hospital lockers for cash

A heroin addict who caused £800 worth of damage to staff lockers at Belfast City Hospital has been warned he risks a ten-month jail term.

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Knife and baton were ‘for peace of mind’

A man who had a knife with a five-inch blade and an extendable baton at the time of a ‘feud’ in Larne has been given a suspended sentence.

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