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Brothers in court over hurley stick attack in city centre pub

Three brothers were spared prison today (Friday) over a hurley stick “revenge attack” against a rival family in Belfast city centre over three years ago.

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School pupils watch as paramedics and firefighters work together to safely remove the injured passenger from the car during a live road traffic collision demonstration in Lisburn city centre.

Hard-hitting road safety message for young drivers

In an effort to get young road users to take more care and responsibility on the roads, Lisburn & Castlereagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) hosted over 350 students at a hard-hitting demonstration of the devastating effects of road traffic collisions.

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Crumlin play park upgrade welcomed

Crumlin play park upgrade welcomed

Councillor Anne Marie Logue has welcomed the upgrade of Crumlin Play Park.

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Rev John Pickering, Rev Julie Bell, Rev Paul Dundas, rector, and the Bishop of Connor, the Rt Rev Alan Abernethy, launching Christ Church Parishs 175th anniversary book.

Parish celebrates 175 years of worship and witness

Christ Church Parish, Lisburn celebrated its 175th anniversary with a parish dinner, a historical exhibition and special anniversary services.

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Johnny Reid, pictured with his nephew Matthew and fellow pupil Sarah, as he presents a cheque for �2,000 to Brookfield School principal Mrs Spence.

Johnny’s epic cycle challenge raises £2k for Moira school

A Co Antrim man has raised a whopping £2,000 for a local school for children with special educational needs by completing a gruelling 900-mile cycle challenge.

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Friends’ school Lisburn is named Northern Ireland Secondary School of the Year

Friends’ school Lisburn is named Northern Ireland Secondary School of the Year

Friends’ School in Lisburn has been named The Sunday Times Northern Ireland Secondary School of the Year.

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It's the second weather warning to be issued for Northern Ireland by the Met Office in the last 24 hours.

Second yellow weather warning of ice for Northern Ireland

The Met Office has issued a second yellow weather warning of ice in the space of 24 hours for Northern Ireland.

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Man who died in Annahilt collision is named

The man who died following a road traffic collision in Annahilt earlier this week has been named by police.
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Motorists warned to avoid road due to burst water main

Motorists warned to avoid road due to burst water main

Motorists in Banbridge have been urged to avoid the Glen Road, Glasker

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Cllr Alexander Redpath

Decision on sand dredging will safeguard local jobs, says councillor

A Killultagh councillor says the Department of Infrastructure’s decision to allow sand dredging to continue in Lough Neagh will safeguard a number of local jobs.

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Weather warning for ice across Northern Ireland

Weather warning for ice across Northern Ireland

The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather Warning for ice across much of Northern Ireland and Scotland.

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Vince Curry (third from right), Technical Business Link Worker for Resurgam Trust, with Mason Burns, Matt Clacher, Adam Clelland, Curtis Buckley and Michael Graham.

Resurgam youth opt for a tidy up

Young people from Resurgam Trust’s Big Lottery-funded Empowering Youth Project decided to do a ‘Community Clean Up’ as their day’s work experience earlier this month.

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Pictured at the launch of Early Intervention Lisburn's 'Talk Boost' speech and language programme.

Take time to talk and give your child the best start in life

Almost a third of children (32 per cent) in Lisburn have a mild to moderate speech and language problem when they start school, it has been claimed.

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Some readers are accusing Amazon of 'ruining Christmas'.

Amazon accused of ‘ruining Christmas’ over lack of packaging

Amazon is facing a backlash over its lack of packaging on a number of deliveries in the build up to Christmas.

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WATCH | Motorist narrowly avoids head-on collision with car

Erratic driving captured on a dashcam outside Newry has been viewed 65,000 times on social media.
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Leslie Ross.

Niece of ‘monster’ Leslie Ross waives anonymity to tell of abuse

The niece of Co Down man Leslie Ross – who was once suspected of being Northern Ireland’s first serial killer – has described him as a “monster” who abused her as a child.

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The Met Office issued the weather warning on Thursday morning.

Yellow warning of ice issued for Northern Ireland

The Met Office has issued a yellow status weather warning of ice for most of Northern Ireland.

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Glebe Road. Pic: Google.

Road tragedy comes after safety fears raised by residents

Safety concerns about an Annahilt road where a 78-year-old pedestrian was killed had been flagged up only two months ago, it has been revealed.

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Jobs retained as McMullen Facades is purchased

Jobs retained as McMullen Facades is purchased

Moira business McMullen Facades which had been placed in administration has been successful sold, retaining all 270 jobs.

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Local fibro group meeting planned

The next meeting of the Lisburn Fibromyalgia Support Group is taking place on Thursday December 7 from 11am-1pm in Bridge Community Centre, Railway Street, Lisburn.

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