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Parties agree not to erect election posters

The Alliance, DUP, SDLP and UUP Lagan Valley Constituency Parties have agreed not to erect campaign posters in the run up to the Assembly election on March 2.

Politics
BT has announced price changes

BT price hike for all broadband and TV users

BT broadband and TV customers can expect to pay extra for their services as of 2 April as BT announces price changes.

Business
Traffic wardens to be removed from some towns and villages

Traffic wardens to be removed from some towns and villages

Traffic wardens may be a thing of the past in some local towns and villages, as a review of parking enforcement is being undertaken across Northern Ireland.

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Punched woman unconscious in random attack

Punched woman unconscious in random attack

While returning home from a night out a woman was knocked unconscious by one punch outside a fast food takeaway restaurant, Banbridge Magistrates Court heard last Thursday.

Crime
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On-street parking tariffs for Lisburn to increase

On-street parking tariffs in Lisburn will increase from Monday, February 20.

News
GRAHAM Construction Regional Director, England North, Gary Hughes

GRAHAM expands its footprint to Yorkshire

Hillsborough construction company, GRAHAM, has opened its first office in Leeds after recently completing several high-profile projects in Yorkshire.

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iPad and jewellery stolen during burglary

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the report of a burglary at a residential premises in the Rosevale Avenue area of Drumbeg, near Dunmurry.

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A new �600,000 funding programme will improve the health and wellbeing of young people by creating custom-made arts projects which will give a voice to them through drama, music, visual arts and literature.
 
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Public Health Agency (PHA) are making the joint investment over the next three years, working with a wide range of providers to promote the emotional health and wellbeing of young people. ARTiculate, the Arts Councils Young People & Wellbeing Arts Programme, will work in partnership with community organisations to deliver tailored arts projects to groups of young people across Northern Ireland. Pictured are  performers Anna Midgley, Ciaran McKeown, Daryl Blair, and Zoe Barr from Rainbow Factory School of Performing Arts and Youth Action NI, who tackle the issue of cyber bullying in their play. Picture by Brian Morrison

Lisburn set to benefit from £600,000 arts investment

A new £600,000 funding programme will improve the health and wellbeing of young people by creating custom-made arts projects which will give a voice to them through drama, music, visual arts and literature.

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Lisburn Cub Scouts celebrate centenary anniversary with party

Lisburn Cub Scouts celebrate centenary anniversary with party

Lisburn Cub Scouts celebrated Cubs 100th Anniversary last month with a Promise Party at Wallace Park Tennis Centre.

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Police investigate break-in at house on Comber Road

Police investigate break-in at house on Comber Road

Police investigating a burglary at residential premises in Lisburn earlier this month have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

Crime
Morgan Comer with Lord of the Dance supremo Michael Flatley. INLT-03-703-con

Northern Ireland dancer to perform at Trump’s Inauguration Ball

A World Champion Irish Dancer from Northern Ireland is to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration ball after receiving a personal request from Michael Flatley.

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Steve Davis. Picture by William Cherry/Press Eye.

Mum thanks international skipper Steve Davis for kind donation

The mother of a young boy who was seriously injured during a house fire on Boxing Day has thanked Northern Ireland captain, Steve Davis, after he made a generous donation ahead of a charity auction.

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Lisburn man caught with sawn-off shotgun warned to expect jail sentence

Lisburn man caught with sawn-off shotgun warned to expect jail sentence

A Lisburn man who admitted possessing a sawn-off shotgun has been warned by a judge that he faces a jail term when sentencing takes place next month.

Crime
The last city centre public realm scheme, which cost �5 million, saw major works carried out at Market Square and Bow Street. Pic by John Kelly

A good investment or just a waste of money?

There has been a mixed reaction to the news that another public realm improvement scheme is to take place in Lisburn city centre.

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Lisburn Chamber of Commerce president, Jonathan Steen.

Chamber to seek assurances over public realm works

Lisburn Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the news that £3.7 million has been allocated for additional public realm works in the city centre.

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Going online

Baby boomers spend the most online (but Gen X buy more)

Latest research has found that baby boomers across the globe spend more money online than the younger generations.

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A woman sitting down

Sitting down too much can age women by 8 years

Sitting for too long can age women by up to eight years, say scientists.

Health
Tesco Takeaway Butter Chicken

Tesco recalls ready meal over allergy risk

Tesco has issued a notice recalling a popular ready meal after it was revealed to be a risk to customers with allergies.

Whats on
Woman attacked by gang of armed men in Dunmurry

Woman attacked by gang of armed men in Dunmurry

A number of males armed with batons smashed their way into a house in the Laurelbank area of Dunmurry last night and assaulted the female occupant.

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