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Plain-clothed officers seize booze from underage drinkers in Carrick

Police have revealed they deployed plain clothes officers in an underage drinking crackdown in Carrickfergus at the weekend.

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Among those attending the unveiling of the garden were members of Louise's family with Linn PS principal, Mrs Duff and pupils.

‘Louise’s Garden’ unveiled at Linn Primary School

A former PTA chairwoman at Linn Primary School has been remembered with the unveiling of a sensory garden at the Larne school.

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Police say the vehicle crashed after failing to stop for officers.

Police chase after six people flee crashed vehicle

A driver is facing a series of motoring charges after a collision and police chase in east Antrim last night.

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Home Secretary launches review of medicinal use of cannabis

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced a review of the medicinal use of cannabis which could lead to patients in the UK being prescribed drugs derived from the banned plant.

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The Braid Ballymena.

New chairs elected for committees

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has a number of new-look committees following the local authority’s annual general meeting.

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A migrant solidarity walk will take place next week.

Stepping out for migrant solidarity

Local walkers are setting off from Northern Ireland’s sole immigration centre, Larne House, this month to raise awareness over conditions in UK detention centres.

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Operations manager, Jamie Mendez with Faye McCarthy and Owen Mendez help launch Bike Week get in the cycling spirit.

Kids’ cycles up for grabs to celebrate Bike Week

Eight brand new bikes are up grabs for kids across Northern Ireland in celebration of Bike Week which takes place between June 9 and June 17.

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Mid and East Antrim calls for ‘proper support’ from Treasury on tourism and economy

The Treasury must scrap Air Passenger Duty (APD) in order for Northern Ireland to realise its tourism potential, Mid and East Antrim Council has said.

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DUP MP Sammy Wilson has rebutted suggestions that the so-called 'max fac' option will be now be 'unlawful'

Wilson: Commons deal doesn’t rule out Brexit ‘max fac’ arrangement

A senior DUP figure has dismissed claims that the government’s commitment to no physical infrastructure on the Irish border post-Brexit will rule out a ‘no deal’ scenario with the EU.

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Lynette McHendry.

Larne locals' achievements celebrated on honours list

The extraordinary achievements of people from the Larne area have been recognised in the Queen’s latest birthday honours list.
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‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

NI Water are used to working around reservoirs and reminding walkers and joggers of their dangers. However, last week staff were alerted to an unusual rescue at Leathemstown Reservoir, Lisburn after a cow ‘mooved’ into the disused reservoir that had been drained.

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Grab your binoculars and join in the marine mammal watch.

‘A great time to head to the coast and catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures’

A guided marine mammal watch will be held at Garron Point, Co. Antrim, on Tuesday, June 19 from 7pm to 9pm.

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King William III arriving at the harbour during the Royal Landing pageant. INCT 24-014-PSB

Glorious weather helps bring out crowds for return of King William

Carrick’s rebranded Royal Landing festival has featured its biggest parade in recent years.

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Storm Hector impacting on the power network.

Over 300 incidences of storm-related damaged to electricity supply

Larne is feeling the impact of Storm Hector with power cables having been brought down.

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Roads Service tasked to Ahoghill, Cargan and Larne as storm hits

Police are advising motorists to drive carefully as Storm Hector hits Mid and East Antrim.

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Police warn adults over 'supplying alcohol to young people'

Police have issued a warning following reports of adults supplying young people with alcohol in the east Antrim area.

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Larne road closed due to fallen cables

The Old Glenarm Road in Larne is closed in both directions at its junction with the Branch Road due to fallen electrical cables.

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Post Office employee to represent branch at awards ceremony

A Larne Post Office employee will be representing her branch at an awards ceremony in London this weekend.

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Helping to keep the parade moving are these young members of Larne RFC. INLT 22-223-AM

‘More groups than ever’ for Summer Arts Festival in Larne

Families enjoyed a sea of colour, music and activities during this year’s Summer Arts Festival in Larne.

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Jewellery stolen from home during burglary

Jewellery stolen from home during burglary

Detectives investigating the report of a burglary at a property in Ballynure at the weekend are appealing for information.

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