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SEVERE weather warning forecast for TWO DAYS this week in Northern Ireland

The Met Office has issued a Yellow weather warning for rain for Northern Ireland tomorrow.
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Police at the Royal Oak following the March incident.

Suspected feud attack on pub bouncer accused can’t live in Carrick, judge rules

A Carrickfergus man accused of a suspected loyalist feud attack on a pub bouncer cannot return to live in the town, a High Court judge ruled today.

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A fallen tree on Carrickfergus Road, Larne, during storm Ophelia.

Swift removal of fallen tree made Carrickfergus Road safe, says MLA

The rapid response to a fallen tree on Carrickfergus Road, Larne, was indicative of the key role played by emergency services dealing with the impact of storm Ophelia.

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Beneficiaries of the Kilcreggan Homes scheme in east Antrim with MLA Roy Beggs.

Charities calling for ‘Supporting People’ funding to be maintained in east Antrim

A coalition of voluntary and charitable organisations has called on the Housing Executive to maintain funding to providers of a support programme that helps vulnerable people in east Antrim.

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East Antrim MLA David Hilditch and Keeva Watson of Redeeming Our Communities at the annual Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland celebration event.

Halifax Foundation pitches in with new £30k programme for charities

East Antrim-based charities will get the opportunity to bid for grants of £15,000 to help disabled and disadvantaged people.

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TAB4THE FALLEN11, the Carrickfergus-based ex-service group who raised �674.18 for' Homes 4 Heroes' by doing a sponsored walk from Hazelbank to Carrickfergus War Memorial on Sunday, October 8.
The group are planniing another walk for November 11 from Belfast City Hall Belfast to Carrickfergus War Memorial.

Veterans and Scooter Club link up to support Homes4Heroes

TAB4THE FALLEN11, the Carrickfergus-based ex-service group raised £674.18 for ‘Homes 4 Heroes’ by doing a sponsored walk from Hazelbank to Carrickfergus War Memorial on Sunday, October 8.

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Decrease in local unemployment

Decrease in local unemployment

The number of people registering as out of work in Larne saw a slight decrease in the past month, down by three claimants.

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Prince Harry’s praise for ‘Royal’ team in Belfast

Prince Harry has personally thanked a team of health professionals from Belfast – using video technology as Storm Ophelia prevented the RVH team from making it to London to receive a prestigious award in person.

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WATCH: Ophelia winds ease but potential for storms at end of week

Northern Ireland could be bashed by further stormy weather at the end of the week, according to the Met Office.

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Picture from NIE of damage to pole

STORM OPHELIA: NIE teams to work into night to restore customers power

NIE Networks emergency crews and engineers will continue working into the evening to restore power to around 2000 customer still without power following Storm Ophelia.
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Preparing an injection

Thousands eligible to receive shingles vaccination - are you?

The Public Health Agency (PHA) is reminding all people aged 70 that they are eligible to receive the shingles vaccine.

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Council services across Mid and East Antrim are back up and running, including bin collection services.

Council services back to normal after Storm Ophelia

Council services across Mid and East Antrim Borough Council are returning to normal after a successful response to yesterday’s Amber weather warning.

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New season of dance classes

New season of dance classes

Popular dance classes in Ballycarry Community Centre have returned for a new season.

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Hurricane Ophelia

Ophelia: Photographers putting their lives at risk- PSNI

Police have urged residents to remain in their homes as Storm Ophelia continues to batter the region.

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Storm Ophelia: A2 Coast Road closed

Storm Ophelia: A2 Coast Road closed

Due to treacherous conditions, PSNI, in consultation with the Coastguard Agency and the Department of Infrastructure, have closed the main A2 road from Harbour Roundabout in Larne to Mill Street, Cushendall.

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Hurricane Ophelia

Storm Ophelia - stay safe says Mayor as extreme weather conditions continue

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim has appealed to all residents to stay safe as Storm Ophelia moves in.

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European Highlander.

‘Highest’ freight figures boost Port of Larne

Larne is rapidly becoming the gateway of choice for anyone exporting to and from Ireland, it is claimed.

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The Department of Education issued the statement on Monday evening.

Storm Ophelia: Schools in NI to remain closed on Tuesday

The Department of Education is advising all schools throughout Northern Ireland to remain closed on Tuesday.

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A hurricane

OPHELIA WARNING: Ex-hurricane now to strike around NOON

Storm Ophelia is to batter the UK and Ireland with gusts of up to 80mph, with the Met Office warning of potential "danger to life".
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Ross Clarke was freed on a two-year probation order

Co Antrim man freed after wreaking trail of havoc in stolen fire engine

A remorseful Co Antrim teenager who took a stolen fire engine on a £160,000 drunken joyride of destruction with a pensioner, has been freed on probation.

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