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Samaritans thank pepople of Larne

The Samaritans would like to thank the people of Larne for their generosity on Saturday, October 8 when £87.30 was donated during the charity’s annual street collection. This will enable the Samaritans to continue their listening service to those who make contact with them when they have reached a crisis point in their lives.

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Wind turbine at Glenarm Head (file photo). INLT 27-006-PSB

Letter to the Editor: Concern over turbine plans

Dear Editor,

Several weeks ago, I wrote a letter to the Larne Times to express my concern about a wind turbine located on top of Glenarm Head.

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Colin Howell [James Nesbitt] in ITV's The Secret

Giving publicity to murder TV series

All reasonable people will have sincere and heartfelt sympathy for those families affected by the Howell/Stewart murders, and their aftermath.

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Concern Worldwide pays tribute to Larne

On behalf of Concern Worldwide, I would like to express my sincere thanks to you, the readers of the Larne Times for your generous support in 2014.

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Readers’ letters: I Love Larne

I am a Sunderland University student, from Larne. The only thing this programme achieved was to make the town look ridiculous .

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‘Moral duty to support Triangle plan’

It is with interest that I read your report on the council meeting of Monday September 1 in relation to Triangle Housing’s application to develop a site in Prince’s Gardens as a supported housing unit for 16—21-year-old care leavers.

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Big Breakfast raises funds for Ugandan project

The recent Big Breakfast held in Islandmagee Methodist Church raised the fantastic sum of £1,200.

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SF ‘talks down NI’, says DUP man

In response to the statement by Oliver McMullan in last week’s Larne Times, it is remarkable that Sinn Fein representatives continue to talk down Northern Ireland, and in particular, talk down our tourism sector.

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‘Glorification of terrorism’

I am writing to you regarding the recent proliferation of paramilitary flags on lampposts across the town.

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Ballygally event aids Barnardos

Larne Barnardos Helper Group would like to thank all who attended and supported their recent coffee morning in Ballygally Community Hall.

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Larne borough’s great effort for Giro

Please convey to Council staff my thanks for the wonderful work they did to make the Borough of Larne glow pink for the Giro D ’Italia.

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Walked 300 miles for charity

I would like to express my thanks to everyone who has helped me with my recent charity fundraising on behalf of Water For Life.

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Annie (Koriann) and Mr Warbucks (Ben) In Linn Primary School's Annie. INLT 16-344-PR

‘Annie’ enthralls at Linn Primary

I would very much appreciate if you would consider printing the following ‘accolade’ with regard to the performance on Thursday past at Linn Primary School of Annie.

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It is time to face to the future

Once more we hear about another project to bring jobs and new technologies to Larne.

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CAES ‘innovation’ is 30 years old, objector claims

In his letter, headlined “A beacon for innovation” (Larne Times, January 20), Brendan McGrath, CEO, Gaelectric Holdings, stated (in response to East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson): “Rather than creating a ‘blighted town’, this CAES (compressed air energy storage) project will contribute locally and create a beacon for innovation and excellence in electrical engineering and energy storage on a global stage.

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Preserve Larne’s rich history

Would it be a good idea to restore the old castle at Larne harbour?

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Praise for care at Lisgarel home

I would be grateful if you would print my views on the subject of possible closure of Lisgarel.

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CAES: Residents seek answers

I write in response to a letter from Gaelectric in your paper on Thursday, January 30 ref: compressed air e nergy storage (CAES) facility at Carrickfergus Road, Larne.

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Does station need wind turbines?

In response to the CEO of Gaelectric we, as residents of the community sent in our evaluation to the Community Consultation of November 27/28 regarding our concerns with the proposed CEAS power station in mid-December, 2013.

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