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Inspection concerns: Care home owners say they are working to comply with regulations

Health

Lisburn farmer convicted of animal welfare charges

News

Cash for ash scandal: More than 80 applications came from local area

News
The Force is strong in Lisburn.

Star Wars ready to invade Eikon Centre

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Police were right to use Taser on man armed with knives, Ombudsman rules

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‘A rat ate my Mercedes Benz’

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Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

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Parties do not want to walk away: Trimble

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Sick mum and daughter

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

Offbeat
Pregnant eating

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Health

‘New crossing will improve road safety for pedestrians and schoolchildren’

Transport
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard (right) and Stephen Pollock from TransportNI Eastern Division check out the new roundabout at Temple Crossroads. Pic by Andrew Towe

Work complete on £1.2m road improvement scheme

Transport
Cllr Alexander Redpath has called on TransportNI to focus its resources on keeping roads in good repair.

Pothole concerns: Repairs carried out on Belfast Road

Transport

A1 reopens following earlier accident involving stag

Transport
Pictured (l-r) at the site meeting near Dundrod are Cllr Alexander Redpath, Ivan Haire, Steve Aiken MLA, Eamonn McMahon and Graeme Salmon.

TransportNI to consider road safety improvements near Dundrod

Transport

Three people arrested for shoplifting

Crime

Car stolen during creeper-style burglary in Lisburn

Crime
Damien Joseph McLaughlin in 2014

Bail scandal: countdown to terror suspect vanishing

News

Three immigration offenders arrested in Northern Ireland food outlets

Crime

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Lifestyle
Exceptional science students: Omar Helmy (second from left), Hector Epanomeritakis (right), Gavin Lundy (left) and Michael Knowles.

Top achievers: Awards for local science students

Education
MAC Learning and Participation Officer Clare Lawlor with teacher Mary McLachlan and a pupil from Parkview Special School, Lisburn

Pupils benefit from MACtile Tours

Education

Kathleen discovers her talent at SERC

News

New sponsor for St Aloysius Primary School football team

News

‘New crossing will improve road safety for pedestrians and schoolchildren’

Transport
Daniel Lawton, the US Consul General for Northern Ireland, is welcomed to Lisburn by Chamber of Commerce president Jonathan Steen (left).

US Consul General pays visit to Lisburn

Business

Local businesses on board at tourism show

Business
Cutting the ribbon on new facility in Moira: Patrick Savage, Fane Valley vice chairman, William Anderson, Fane Valley board member, Minister Michelle McIlveen MLA, Trevor Lockhart, Fane Valley chief executive and William McConnell,  Fane Valley chairman.

Ministerial approval for Fane Valley’s new headquarters

Business

Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

News
David Trimble

Parties do not want to walk away: Trimble

News
DUP MLA Edwin Poots

Tony Blair did ‘side deal’ with Gerry Adams over Irish language, says DUP MLA

News

‘We are in for a prolonged period of direct rule’

News

Former local man elected in Miami

News

AA urgently warns motorists to slow down

News
A buck stands with does in the late afternoon autumn sunlight. October 3, 2015: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

Crime
The Rt. Reverend Dr Frank Sellar

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

Inspection concerns: Care home owners say they are working to comply with regulations

Health
Sick mum and daughter

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

Offbeat
Pregnant eating

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Health
A baby crying

Would you stick needles in your baby to stop it crying?

Health
The Breast Screening Mobile Unit.

Women invited for breast screening

Health