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Councillors' support for homeless strategy

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Pictured unveiling the new secure cycle parking compound at Lisburn Train Station are Translink's Gary Dunlop and Claire McLernon from Sustrans.

Translink invests in new facilities for cyclists

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Sammy Wilson, left and Leo Varadkar

Sammy Wilson’s ‘regret’ over Varadkar ‘nutcase’ jibe

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The proposed location of the new housing development on the former St Comgall's college site. INLT-30-702-con

Over 100 new homes at Tower Road site

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Watch: Residents tormented by young people

Crime

Ballycarry film footage sought for new BBC documentary

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‘He was a man with a gift for friendship’

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Initiative aims to help stop bogus callers

Crime
Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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East Antrim MLA Stewart Dickson.

Northern Ireland needs 'bridges not borders' - Dickson

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TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Man hospitalised after collision involving a car and a tractor

Transport

Road closed due to icy conditions

Transport

Watch: Residents tormented by young people

Crime
Superintendent Simon Walls, Jenny Pyper of the Utility Regulator and Eddie Lynch, the Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland re-launch Quick Check 101, a scheme to help stop bogus callers. Under the scheme, residents can now phone 101, the police non-emergency number, to check the identity of callers to their home who claim to represent an energy or water network company. The scheme is not only a collaboration between the PSNI and the Utility Regulator, but also includes all of Northern Irelands energy and water network companies - firmus energy, NIE Networks, Northern Ireland Water, Phoenix Natural Gas and SGN Natural Gas. Supported by the Commissioner for Older People, the scheme is being re-launched in a bid to help people feel safer in their homes. Photo by Simon Graham Photography

Initiative aims to help stop bogus callers

Crime

Criminal damage being investigated

Crime
Laser pen. PSNI image.

Laser pen shone at motorists

Crime

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Education
Jonathan Rea was a pupil at Larne Grammar from 1998 to 2003

World champion Jonathan was a model pupil, despite all the broken bones

Education
Captain Alan Gingles Memorial Prize, Reece Mills; Northern Bank Cup, Hannah Liddle; Steele Trophy, Lucy Kane; Dean Fair Memorial Prize, Jodie Mills; Hamill Cup, Kaitlyn Boyd.  INLT 39-741-CON

In pictures: Prizegiving at Larne Grammar School

Education
Year 14 pupils Ada Lindsay, Emma Baird and Amy Barnes attended the commemoration with principal Jackie Stewart.

Downshire School ‘honoured’ to take part in Battle of Britain remembrance

Education

Chance to learn counselling skills

Education

P&O Ferries sees freight traffic hit six-year high

Business
Will you change how you manage your finances in 2018?

Seven steps to saving money in 2018

Business
William Wright

Knighthood for Wrightbus boss in honours list

Business
Some benefits will be paid early this year.

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid early - these are the dates you can expect them

Business

Councillors' support for homeless strategy

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Sammy Wilson, left and Leo Varadkar

Sammy Wilson’s ‘regret’ over Varadkar ‘nutcase’ jibe

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East Antrim MLA Stewart Dickson.

Northern Ireland needs 'bridges not borders' - Dickson

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Sammy Wilson MP

‘Arrogant’ Dublin has damaged relations: Wilson

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Arlene Foster mistakenly congratulated the wrong prince and misspelled Miss Markle's Christian name.

Arlene Foster congratulates wrong prince on engagement to Meghan Markle

Politics

Belfast Zoo exposes winners of 34th annual photography competition!

Environment
Best School Gardening Project winner: Kells and Connor PS.

Young talent 'Blooming' across Mid and East Antrim

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Caterpillar NI fined £7,500 for Larne diesel discharge

Crime

VIDEO: Endangered wildlife being sold over social media warn animal rescuers

Environment