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Fighting fit! Inspirational Lisburn man loses 29 stone

News
Oliver Cormican, Director at Warmflow (left), joins Brian Beattie, Warmflows Head of Marketing and GB Sales, staff member Linzi Herron (right) and Ana Wilkinson, Corporate Fundraising Manager at Friends of the Cancer Centre, to announce details of the formal charity partnership and the firm's target of raising �20,000.

Warmflow staff set their sights on £20,000 target for worthy cause

News

Translink putting bus and train tickets up by 1.6 per cent

News
ELC is advising customers who bought any of the mentioned items to regularly check them.

Early Learning Centre issues safety notice over children’s wooden toy rangE

Business

Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health

Football club for children with disabilities on the lookout for more players

News

Biscuits recalled due to allergen fears

News
American troops marching to their quarters. 1942

Do you remember the arrival of the US Army?

Lifestyle

Banned driver caught doing 113mph is jailed

Crime

Minister seeks to 'make life easier' for Blue Badge holders with life-long mobility issues

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Paul Givan MLA has welcomed confirmation that a pedestrian crossing is to be developed at Derriaghy Road.

‘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

Banned driver caught doing 113mph is jailed

Crime
PSNI

Local police officers react to shooting incident

Crime
Handcuffed child

15-year-old arrested after assaults on police at Meadow Lane shopping centre

Crime
Homes across South Area hardest hit say police

Police step up action on burglars in hardest hit areas

Crime

‘Lisburn pupils being robbed of chance to attend top grammar school’

Education
Valerie Westfield

‘Super tutor’ Valerie gets a ten out of ten

Education
A little genius

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

Early Learning Centre issues safety notice over children’s wooden toy rangE

Business
Burning money

RHI scandal: 60% of burners in areas NOT previously heated

Business
Burning wood pellets

Finance Minister to meet with parties on 'no-hiding-place inquiry' into RHI

Business
Michelle McIlveen

Minister tells young farmers they are 'leaders of tomorrow'

Business

Parties agree not to erect election posters

Politics
Teenage blogger Hannah Ruth Gibson who has written 'An Open Letter to the Northern Ireland Assembly'

Northern Ireland teenager vents her frustration at politicians after Stormont collapse

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Ballot box

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

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

Just one fatty meal can damage liver

Health
A woman sitting down

Sitting down too much can age women by 8 years

Health
Dunmurry Manor. Pic by Freddie Parkinson, Press Eye

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