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Lord Lieutenant of Co Antrim Joan Christie ‘humbled’ by prestigious award

Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Co Antrim, Joan Christie has told of her pride after being awarded the Honorary Freedom of the Borough of Mid and East Antrim.

Light aircraft crash.

Tributes to east Antrim men who died in light aircraft crash

Tributes have been paid to the two men from the east Antrim area who lost their lives in Thursday's aircraft crash.

Mrs Joan Christie CVO OBE, Her Majestys Lord-Lieutenant for the County of Antrim.

Freedom of the Borough to be conferred on Lord Lieutenant

Mid and East Antrim Council is set to confer the Honorary Freedom of the Borough on Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim, Joan Christie.
Contesting alleged theft of over £1,000 from Masonic Centre

Contesting alleged theft of over £1,000 from Masonic Centre

A Larne man accused of breaking into the town’s Masonic Centre and allegedly stealing over £1,000 is contesting his case, Ballymena Magistrates Court heard on Thursday.

Cllr Billy Ashe, who is looking forward to the gun salute in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh's 97th birthday.

Mid and East Antrim to host 21-gun salute for Duke of Edinburgh

A 21-gun salute will take place in Carrickfergus this June to mark the Duke of Edinburgh’s 97th birthday.

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council hosted the event to celebrate Irish Language Week 2018 with a number of Irish language groups.

DUP mayor praised for Irish language event

An Irish language event hosted by the DUP Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has been commended by local Irish language groups.

Police investigate criminal damage

Police investigate criminal damage

Police are appealing for assistance to help trace a suspect who caused criminal damage to a property in Larne last night.


Watch: Meghan Markle wishes local couple well ahead of wedding

Royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle has wished a local couple well ahead of their shared wedding date next month.

Gordon Lyons MLA and Cllr Angela Smyth on the Upper Cairncastle Road.

‘Road network in Larne has deteriorated to unacceptable level,’ claims DUP

Parts of the Larne road network are in an unacceptable condition, it has been claimed.

Main Street mural of actor, film-maker, musician and writer Richard Hayward.

New mural celebrates Larne's famous son

One of Larne’s most famous sons has been immortalised in a colourful new mural in the town centre.
The man was arrested yesterday.

Man arrested as part of robbery probe

A man is due to appear in court today charged with a number of offences relating to a robbery at a retail premises.

Caeris Armour.

Business start up focus for new Ledcom executive

Ledcom Ltd has appointed a new Business and Enterprise executive.


Police probe Carnlough burglary

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a farm in the Largy Road area of Carnlough.

Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Councillor Paul Reid, Deputy Mayor Councillor Cheryl Johnston and Councillor Timothy Gaston ahead of the MEA United match.

Councillors and staff team up for charity football match

A football competition with a difference is set to kick off in Mid and East Antrim this summer.
Larne War Memorial.

Help sought over Larne war memorial 'missing names'

Mid and East Antrim Council has appealed for help to ensure all local people who died during WWI are remembered on Larne War Memorial.
Lance Agnew admitted stealing �656 from Specsavers in Larne

Larne Specsavers employee caught stealing cash on CCTV

Eagle-eyed Specsavers bosses used covert cameras to catch an employee stealing cash, a judge has heard.

David Noble, David Hunter and William Thompson.

Larne AC thanks local groups for help during half marathon

Larne Athletic Club have thanked two local organisations for their help during the recent half marathon in the town.

Larne Market Yard.

Green Living Fair planned for May Day

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is hosting a Green Living Fair on Monday, May 7 at Larne Market Yard.

WATCH: Rob Herring's statement on behalf of Ulster players following the IRFU review decision

Senior Ulster player Rob Herring has said the group has to move on following the decision by the IRFU to revoke the contracts of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.

Cllr Angela Smyth at the site of the old Antiville Primary School.

Public safety concern after ‘drinking party’ at former Larne school site

The PSNI is urged to take action against youths engaged in anti-social behaviour in the Antiville area of Larne.

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