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Council opens books of condolence for victims of Manchester terror attack

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Crowds enjoying the 24th Hillsborough International Oyster Festival in September 2016. Pic by Declan Roughan, Press Eye

Oyster Festival cancelled due to funding issues

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Rachel Jones (left) steps out with her fellow contestants in the swimwear section.

In pictures: Local girls shine at Miss NI final

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Michael McKinstry, Chief Executive Officer of Phoenix Natural Gas, presents Lisburn based installer, Thomas Hynes, with a prestigious achievement award at the annual Northern Ireland Gas Industry Awards, held recently at The Plough Inn, Hillsborough.

Prestigious award for Lisburn installer

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Cigarettes stolen during break-in at commercial premises

Crime

Volunteers needed to transform the fortunes of barn owls

Environment

Don’t leave your dog in a hot car: Council issues timely warning to pet owners

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‘DUP needs to reveal full details of Brexit funding’ - McIntyre

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Niamh Woods pictured previously with her parents Sean and Bernie.

'Daddy, please get me home’ - NI student at Manchester Arena

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Bloomfield Court. Image: Google

Baby escapes injury after masked men attack house in ‘hate crime’

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Councillor calls on public to get on board during Bus + Train Week

Transport
Pictured (l-r) at the site meeting in Dundrod in December 2016 are Cllr Alexander Redpath, Ivan Haire, Steve Aiken MLA, Eamonn McMahon and Graeme Salmon.

New safety measures: Drivers warned to kill their speed on Divis Road

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A traffic jam

Police appeal for Road Safety over Easter

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Cigarettes stolen during break-in at commercial premises

Crime
Bloomfield Court. Image: Google

Baby escapes injury after masked men attack house in ‘hate crime’

Crime
The attack happened at an Ariana Grande concert in the Manchester Arena on Monday evening.

Social Media: Northern Ireland reacts to Manchester attack

Crime
A Peregrine Falcon

PSNI to monitor Peregrine sites across Northern Ireland with drones

Offbeat

Local pupils ‘walk to school’

Education
April 2017 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. 
 
 'ALL TOGETHER' FOR ANTI-BULLYING WEEK 2017!

Back Row (l-r) 
Cayden Smith (9); Astrid Conville, Communications Officer, Translink (Anti-Bullying Week's sponsor); Beth McArt (10); Thomas Fairley (8); Adam Ferris (10) ; Ms Pamela McAllister, teacher, St Anne's Primary School, Dunmurry, Belfast; Michael McVeigh (9); Rosanna Jack, Regional Co-ordinator, Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF); Anna Denton-McComish (9). 

Front Row (l-r): Chloe Glover (4); Barra McCusker (4); Cassie Gallegos (8); Maya Dogra (8) from St Anne's Primary School, Dunmurry, Belfast. 

Local Schools & Youth Organisations Urged To Register for Anti-Bullying Week 2017 and Take Part in Creative Competition 

Registration for this year's Anti-Bullying Week 2017 (13-17 November 2017) is officially open and schools and youth organisations across Northern Ireland are being urged to sign up and take part in this important initiative. This year's theme is "All Equal, All Different, All Tog

Dunmurry pupils urge schools to sign up for Anti Bullying Week

Education

Caroline takes a journey into the past

Education
Stock classroom image. Dozens of schools with 'sustainability issues' have been identified by the Education Authority in their 2017/18 action plan

IN FULL: Schools at risk of closure across Northern Ireland

Education

Hilden Brewery named in global beer guide

Business
Councillor Uel Mackin, Chairman of the Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council's Development Committee, and Jim McCauley, Service Delivery Manager, Translink.

Councillor calls on public to get on board during Bus + Train Week

Transport
The allergy alert was published on the Food Standard Agency's website on Friday.

Burgers recalled after soya discovered

Business
Appeal judges ruled that Stormont departments had taken an impermissible step in efforts to secure a John Lewis store

New legal twist in Sprucefield John Lewis saga

Crime

‘DUP needs to reveal full details of Brexit funding’ - McIntyre

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The deadline to register to vote is just days away

General Election 2017: Deadline looming on voter registration

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Karyn Wilson

Former DUP MLA mourns ‘big-hearted’ sister

Health
Appeal judges ruled that Stormont departments had taken an impermissible step in efforts to secure a John Lewis store

New legal twist in Sprucefield John Lewis saga

Crime
General election candidate Jonny Orr.

WATCH: Election candidate criticised for rape comment speaks out about being sexually assaulted

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Volunteers needed to transform the fortunes of barn owls

Environment

Lagan Navigation charity expands

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Pictured with 'The Tractor' floral display at the council stand in 'Healthy Horticulture' at Balmoral Show are: (l-r) Heather Moore, Director of Environmental Services; Mayoress Rosalind Bloomfield; Mayor Brian Bloomfield MBE; Councillor Sean McPeake, NILGA President and Councillor James Baird, Chairman of the council's Environmental Services Committee.

‘The Tractor’ impresses visitors to council stand at Balmoral Show

Environment

Pictures: Sun shines on a bumper Balmoral Show

Environment

Cigarettes must be sold in standardised green packaging from this weekend

Health
Karyn Wilson

Former DUP MLA mourns ‘big-hearted’ sister

Health
A generic image of a cannabis plant

Suspected drug importer held as £70k-worth of cannabis found

Crime

Send a 6th birthday message to brave little fighter Bradley Lowery

Offbeat
The amount of sugar in Lucozade drinks has been reduced by 50 per cent.

Warning over Lucozade sugar reduction

Health