Owner hopes to be reunited with cat

The owner of a missing cat is appealing for information to locate his pet.

Miguel Neves and Sasha McVey are just two of the artists that will be taking up the residency at  the castle.

Artists to invade Carrick Castle

East Antrim artists are invading Carrickfergus Castle to showcase their work as part of a new residency programme this summer.

The Grouse Beaters on stage at the 2013 Cairncastle Ulster Scots Folk Festival. INLT 31-358-PR

Musicians tuning up for Bluegrass and Folk Festival

Musicians are tuning up for the Cairncastle Ulster Scots Bluegrass and Folk Cross Community Festival, which takes place this month.

The group is hoping to boost red squirrel numbers in the area.

Project to boost red squirrel numbers in Larne

A local community group is seeking help in boosting the fortunes of the red squirrel at Carnfunnock Country Park and Chaine’s wood.

Colleagues bid farewell to Mrs Mary Howie (seated front)

Roddensvale teacher retires after 15 years

Roddensvale School has bade farewell to a former member of staff as she stepped down from her teaching role after 15 years.
Maureen Wilson, Maggie Bean and Sue Richards smile for the camera at the Whitehead Food and Folk Fest in 2016. INLT 31-006-PSB

Something for everyone at Whitehead Summer Festival

There will be something for everyone as the annual Whitehead Summer Festival kicks off at the end of this month.

Instonians'Ruhan Pretorious in action at The Green, Comber

Carrick cannot stop CIYMS keeping lead at top of Premier League

Half centuries from Chris Dougherty and Nigel Jones inspired CIYMS to a seven-wicket victory over Carrickfergus at Belmont on Saturday.

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Adam Mulhall (Ardglass) on the 3rd green during Round 3 - Matchplay of the North of Ireland Championship at Royal Portrush Golf Club

Home challenge runs into trouble: Latest from the North of Ireland Golf Championship

The ‘home’ challenge ran into trouble on day four of the North of Ireland Championship at Royal Portrush on Thursday.

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PICTURES: Massive crowds come out for Ballyclare parades

Twelfth of July parades were today taking place in 17 locations across Northern Ireland bringing tens of thousands to the streets.

Glenavon's Josh Daniels and Molde's Petter Strand

Glenavon see off Molde in Europa League at Mourneview Park

Glenavon produced one of the most memorable performances in the club’s European history to secure a memorable 2-1 victory over full-time Molde and hand Irish League football a major boost.

Twin brothers Tom and Hugh Adams will perform as Brothers Broke during the Fringe Festival.

Family making debut at Edinburgh Fringe

A family with strong ties to the Carrickfergus and Islandmagee areas will be making their debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next month.
This is a great ‘time to be alive’ for Matt Cardle

This is a great ‘time to be alive’ for Matt Cardle

Singer songwriter Matt Cardle shot to fame after winning X Factor back in 2010. After three albums in quick succession, he struggled with addiction issues, but now he is back with a brand new album, feeling revitalised, and looking forward to taking to the stage of the Dalriada Festival in Glenarm this weekend.

Whitehed Scout hut mural.

Whitehead mural has rail passengers buzzing

A vibrant piece of artwork in Whitehead is generating such a buzz it is even the talk of rail passengers.

Larne July Hearing Aid Maintenance Support Session

Larne July Hearing Aid Maintenance Support Session

Action on Hearing Loss in partnership with the Northern Trust monthly Larne Hearing Aid Support Session, will next take place on Monday, July 16, from 10.30am-12pm, at Gloucester Park Day Centre, Larne.

Reverse of the postcard sent to Carrick man, Private Allen Davey, who was killed in action during WWI.

Poignant postcard to soldier killed in WWI

A poignant postcard to a Carrickfergus soldier who was killed in action during World War One is just one of hundreds featured in an online collection.
Bin and gate destroyed in ‘deliberate’ fire in Larne

Bin and gate destroyed in ‘deliberate’ fire in Larne

Police are investigating a report of criminal damage in the Britannia Crescent area of Larne.

Woodlands Presbyterian GB pictured during the annual 'thanks' day parade in East Antrrim. 1989.

IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Times archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Image from PSNI Carrickfergus.

'Damage' to equipment at Whitehead club

Damage has been caused to equipment at Whitehead Eagles Junior Football Academy, police have said.
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Firefighters tackled 100 gorse fires in Mid and East Antrim

Firefighters have dealt with almost 100 gorse fires in the past month in Mid and East Antrim Council area.

Mrs Heather McManus, Mrs Carol Burch and Mrs Yvonne Dickey.

School’s fond farewell to retiring teachers

The service and dedication shown by three teachers at a Ballyclare primary school was recognised as they retired from their positions at the end of term.

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