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Have a ball at the Opera House’s panto

Whats on

Women’s Aid Christmas appeal

Whats on
Pictured at Santa's Mailbox outside his new Grotto in the Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum are  Councillor Tim Morrow, Chairman of the Council's Lesiure and Community Development Committee; Santa Claus; and the Mayor, Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE.

Santa Claus arrives in Lisburn

Arts

Alpha funding for three local community regeneration groups

News

Lisburn man’s new app: Make your voice heard

News

Wallace pupils and staff have fun raising money for Children in Need

News

Minister checks out new-look McDonald’s

Business

Film fans invited to big Star Wars spectacular

Whats on

Lisburn veterans take to the streets to march for justice

News
Jim McCurry (left) receives the 125th Anniversary Certificate of Merit from HRH Prince Michael of Kent, Commonwealth President of the Royal Life Saving Society.

Jim picks up Royal award for life saving work

News

MLA calls on Finance Minister to back Knockmore Link project

Transport
Police have been monitoring the speed of vehicles travelling through Annahilt.

Road safety concerns: Police cracking down on speeding in Annahilt

Transport
Cllr Scott Carson.

Wardens to crack down on illegal parking in city centre

Transport
Parking

Unionists put brakes on dual currency parking meters

Transport
Main Street, Moira.

Moira traffic chaos: Department says roadworks almost complete

Transport

Stole from dementia sufferer (91)

Crime
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

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Court

Charged with sexually touching a female

Crime
The News Letter started asking about the number of foreign nationals in jail after Romanian repeat criminal Ioan Lacatus was given a 15-month prison sentence in October for exploiting fellow migrants in a labour scam

Overseas inmates are about 9% of total in NI jails

Crime

Wallace pupils and staff have fun raising money for Children in Need

News
Dr Anne McKeever, SEHSCT; Lorraine Coulter, SEHSCT; Edwin Poots MLA; Mabel Scullion, Barnardos; Gail Malmo, PHA; Gillian Dunlop, Largymore Primary; Adrian Bird, Resurgam Trust; Peter Weir, Minister for Education; Tracey Cassells, Barbour Nursery School; Sean Campbell, Old Warren Primary and Amanda Lloyd, Lisburn Sure Start.

Minister backs new speech and language initiative in local schools

Education
Pupils at Friends School Lisburn celebrate a fantastic set of GCSE results in August 2016.

Friends’ and Rathmore named among Northern Ireland’s top 10 schools

Education
Almost three-quarters of secondary schools in the UK use surveillance software.

Surveillance software installed on secondary school pupils’ own devices

Education
Councillor James Baird, Chairman of the Council's Environmental Services Committee is pictured with the Wormery that was won by St Joseph's Primary School, Lisburn along with members of the school's Eco-Committee; Mrs Fleming, Acting Principal and Mrs Nuala O'Hare,The World Around Us Co-ordinator.

St Joseph’s pupils help to launch council recycling initiative

News

Minister checks out new-look McDonald’s

Business
A new five pound note.

Fivers with Jane Austin engraving could be worth £50,000

Business
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

News
The mannequin challenge was filmed in Belfast.

WATCH: Tourism Northern Ireland mannequin challenge at Belfast’s Christmas Market

Business

Local MP is knighted by Prince William

News
The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court hearing on Brexit: What’s it all about?

News
Parking

Unionists put brakes on dual currency parking meters

Transport
Donald Trump

Donald Trump wins White House race: here’s how he could be a successful President

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It's decision day for America

An armchair guide to the US election

News

Presbyterian moderator defends ‘toxic bonfire’ comments

Environment
Councillor James Baird, Chairman of the Council's Environmental Services Committee is pictured with the Wormery that was won by St Joseph's Primary School, Lisburn along with members of the school's Eco-Committee; Mrs Fleming, Acting Principal and Mrs Nuala O'Hare,The World Around Us Co-ordinator.

St Joseph’s pupils help to launch council recycling initiative

News
Pigs

Northern Ireland home to largest pig factory in the British Isles

Business
Clifford the hedgehog was found missing a limb in Cookstown

A happy ending for tiny amputee - Clifford the hedgehog

Environment

Feeders and crows bad news for robins

News
Nuts

Scientists say nuts to heart disease

News
Exercising is good for young minds

Lack of exercise slows up learning

News
The South Eastern Trust has launched an investigation into the standard of care at Dunmurry Manor on the outskirts of Belfast.

Probe into care standards at Co Antrim nursing home

Health
December 1 is World AIDS Day.

World AIDS Day in Northern Ireland

Health