In this week’s paper

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In this week’s Larne Times we have all the news and sport from around the borough, including:

Will year-long £2m town facelift hit town traders

Course urges youths to ‘wise up to highs’

Cemeteries ‘neglect’ distresses relatives

Larne-Troon Express service set to be axed

Ironman Trevor gears up for epic charity challenge

CAES plant will boost economy

MEA area is ‘third best place to live’

Celebrities don topis for Hats off for Nepal

Prison terms suspended for indecent assault

Courthouse closure plan ‘blow to justice in Larne area’

Family tragedy motivates bid to boost charities

Larne’s prodigal son Fergie set for homecoming after 12 years

Isabel’s epic 386-mile journey to be recreated for 60th anniversary

And in sport:

Hughes wary of Romania threat

Templepatrick fail to get the better of Woodvale in league

Waringstown await Carrick in Challenge Cup quarter final

Rollo aims to ‘steady the ship’ as he takes reins at Islandmagee

There’s just no stopping revved-up Rea as he takes double tops yet again

Hewitt storms to victory at Mourne Way Half Marathon

Strong performances from Larne AC’s Morrow and Beggs

Wilson rips up the form book to win at Showgrounds

Plus much more, only in this week’s Larne Times, available in shops now.