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Police to examine scene of Larne road collision

Crime
Mark Graham, chief executive of Home Ownership.

Explore options to avoid housing squeeze, says Co-Ownership chief

News
The Sensata Technologies Schradar factory in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, which has sent all staff home and has announced it will be reducing its workforce by 125 people.  ''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Technology firm to shed 125 jobs

Business
Sensata's (formerly Schrader) jobs loss announcement is "devastating", according to Unite.

Union: We don’t accept company’s explanation for Carrick job cuts

News

Coast Radio to rock the Larne airwaves

News

New pathway to prevent flooding in Craigyhill

News

Council backs MND Charter

News

PSNI warning over 'suspicious behaviour'

News
Nicholas (centre) at the awards.

Litter hero Nicholas receives prize at Live Here Love Here awards ceremony

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Emergency services at the scene of the collision.

Girl hospitalised following collision

Transport

Girl hospitalised following collision

Transport
A gritting lorry hit the lights on Sunday evening.

Gritting lorry collides with traffic lights in icy conditions

Transport
Winter driving

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

News

Man hospitalised after collision involving a car and a tractor

Transport

Police to examine scene of Larne road collision

Crime
Wahidul Islam.

Sham marriage fugitive jailed

Crime
Editorial image.

Counterfeit money warning

Crime
Ballymena Courthouse. INBT02-213AC

Driver banned after ‘hit-and-run’ collision

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

Technology firm to shed 125 jobs

Business
Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, Councillor Paul Reid is pictured with Martine Lafferty,(left)  Advertising Sales Executive with the Times series and Patrica Stewart representing Power NI at the official launch of the Larne Times, Larne Business Awards 2018 in Larne Town Hall. INLT 06-004-PSB

Time to give your favourite business a pat on the back

Business
Larne Town Hall.

£15k Larne town centre action plan

Business
Kilroot power station is set to be closed as of May 23

Power outage sparks questions over Kilroot closure

Business

Council tributes on suffrage milestone

News
Irish language act campaigners, including pupils from Irish-medium schools across Northern Ireland, take part in a protest at Stormont parliament buildings in Belfast this month, ahead of a meeting with Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley. Photo: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Councillors clash over Irish language funding

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Cllr Lindsay Millar.

Councils clash over Greenway scheme

News
Sammy Wilson has expressed concerns about  future energy supply

Kilroot closure plays into hands of Dublin: Wilson

Business
Sammy Wilson MP, MEA BC Head of Policy Louise Kennedy, MEA BC Chief Executive Anne Donaghy, Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley MP, Mayor Councillor Paul Reid and Ian Paisley MP.

Key local issues discussed during London meeting

News

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

News

Caterpillar NI fined £7,500 for Larne diesel discharge

Crime

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

Environment

Play parks in Larne become ‘smoke-free’ zones

Health
Antrim Area Hospital. AT5-312JC

Recruitment day for nurses

Health
Winter weather

Temperatures drop triggers Cold Weather Payments for 16,000 people

News
Alison Bell  from Newtownabbey and her six year old son Ollie, who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) last year, are calling on local people to give whatever then can to support children whose lives have been devastated by cancer.  To find out more visit cancerfundforchildren.com

‘Cancer turned our world upside down’

Health
An unhappy child

Sharp rise in counselling for sexually exploited children in NI

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