News

News

Local projects set to benefit from £2.37m of EU funding

News
Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Lord Mayor Alderman Gareth Wilson pictured at St Patrick's College, Banbridge with Gareth McGinty (SEUPB), Conor McCartan (Sport NI), Cllr Declan McAlinden, Catriona Regan (Council), John Devaney (Peace IV), Tony Kearney (Teacher), Mike Reardon (Council) and Roisin Woods (Principal), at the announcement of a new sports pitch for the college. �Edward Byrne Photography

Goal! New 3G pitch for St Patrick’s College after funding secured

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Pat Catney MLA

MLA to stand trial on careless driving charge

News

Lisburn man jailed for punching doctor

Crime

Resurgam Fun Run promotes healthy living

Health

Police: Scammers have slithered out of the gutter again

News

Grieving dad expresses ‘extreme gratitude’ to those who tried to save his beloved daughter

News

Help solve the Assistant’s Revenge

News

Grieving mum makes asthma awareness video

Health
Police made three arrests in connection with the robbery.

Three arrested in connection with armed robbery

News

A1 crash: Motorists thanked for helping save injured driver

Transport

Possible delays: Motorists warned of RTC on McKinstry Road

Transport
The proposed new road would link the M1 at Sprucefield to the  Knockmore Road/Moira Road junction. Pic by Google

Link road plan moves a step closer

Transport
Cllr Janet Gray MBE (centre) with Jennifer Anderson and Brenda  Drylie of Ravernet Community Network at Ravernet Road.

Councillor welcomes resurfacing work on Ravernet Road as ‘an excellent job’

Transport

Lisburn man jailed for punching doctor

Crime
Police made three arrests in connection with the robbery.

Three arrested in connection with armed robbery

News

Police probe theft of cattle trailer

Crime

Police warn local residents to be wary of scammers

Crime

CCMS officially opens new offices in Lisburn

Education
CSSC member Gillian Dunlop, Principal of Largymore Primary School.

‘It is misleading to describe controlled schools as the Protestant sector’

Education

Bronagh has built the right ‘foundation’ for her career

Education

Four Wallace students accepted to Cambridge

Education

Emily hits the right notes for scholarship

Education

Chamber members and guests enjoy tasty event at Yellow Door

Business
Danske Bank, Bow Street, Lisburn. Pic by Google

Bank to refurbish Lisburn branch

Business
Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years. Picture posed by model

Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years

Business
Ryanair

What businesses should learn from Ryanair holiday ‘mess’

Business

Sell out crowds re-ignite national stadium debate

News
The article in Pink News which sparked revulsion from DUP MLA Edwin Poots, plus TUV MLA Jim Allister and a raft of social media users

‘Stop gurning to daddy’ says MP after Poots tweet complaint

News
Trevor Lunn MLA.

‘More must be done to help vulnerable prisoners’

News
The website was due to be launched on Monday.

Anonymous ex-politicians to launch new unionist website

Politics
Edwin Poots: Children should be children, not icons of sexuality

Edwin Poots hits back at complaint he linked gay community to paedophilia

Lifestyle

Filthy fly-tippers still blighting countryside

Environment

Rose Week is in bloom at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park

Offbeat

Dullest and wettest June for five years, warmer than usual

Offbeat
The Small Blue Butterfly discovered in Co Fermanagh

Rare butterfly previously feared extinct discovered in Northern Ireland

Offbeat

Resurgam Fun Run promotes healthy living

Health

Grieving mum makes asthma awareness video

Health
Mayor Tim Morrow with the South Eastern Trust's Jane Kennedy, Domiciliary Services Manager and Lynsey Hollinger, Domiciliary Area Manager.

Care worker job opportunities: Health trust launches recruitment drive

Health

VIDEO: Humanoid robots a step closer as synthetic muscle developed

Health
TV personality Eamonn Holmes visits the Northern Ireland Hospice in north Belfast and chats with patient Ursula Burns. Photo by Pacemaker Belfast

Eamonn Holmes: People don’t come to NI Hospice to die, they come here to live

Health