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Israeli police: Dromore man Oliver McAfee is ‘still alive’

Fr Gregory Cormican.

‘He was a man with a gift for friendship’


Elderly man struck with spade during aggravated burglary

Light sleet showers

Warning over bogus NIHE callers


New support group to help young men look after their mental health


Dunmurry firm continuing to grow its export business


Lisburn man convicted of benefit fraud

Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

Friends of Oliver McAfee lost contact with him in November

Trail of Bible pages found in search for Dromore man missing in Israel

All six Danske Bank Premiership games will now be played on the Friday night.  Photo by David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Games rescheduled following NI friendly announcement

The week was dominated by Irish Cup action

IRISH LEAGUE QUIZ: The week that was ... were you paying attention?

Blackhorse NI Motorcycle Festival organiser Billy Nutt pictured with (from left) Simon Reid, Keith Farmer and Alastair Seeley at the launch of the event on Thursday at the Eikon Exhibition Centre.

Plans in top gear for 2018 Blackhorse NI Motorcycle Festival

Pictured at the announcement of Team NI for the XXI Commonwealth Games are (l-r) Brendan Courtney, Head of Sports Services, Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council; Fionnaula Toner (Netball), Ewan McAteer (Gymnastics), Mandy McMaster, General Team Manager, Dame Mary Peters, CH, DBE, Patron of Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council; Elaine Rice (Netball Coach), Niamh Cooper (Netball) and Alderman James Tinsley, Chairman of LCCC's Leisure and Community Development Committee.

Local area strongly represented on NI Commonwealth Games Team


Tributes pour in for cricket writer David Holmes

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IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon boss rules out move for Linfield’s Burns


News Letter cricket writer David Holmes dies aged 54


IRISH CUP: Seven up for Coleraine as they see off Distillery

Winston Pinkerton RSPBANI President. Pic by John Kelly

Touch of Tartan to support BHF

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Scotlands favourite son, Robert Rabbie Burns was known as the Ploughman Poet, the Bard of
Ayrshire or simply The Bard. Burns was born on January 25, 1759 and Burns celebrations have been held in his honour on this date for over 200 years.

Celebrate Burns Night at Dromore Library

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Country star Lisa McHugh is back on the road again

At the Education Authority Celebration of Full Attendance eventt. Pictured FR L-R Principal Mary McHenry St Louise's College, EA Director of CYPS Dr Clare Mangan, Chair of CYPS Cttee and EA Board Member Pat Carville and Nicola Topping EA CYPS. BR L-R Adrain Nugent EA Head of Education Welfare, Dylan Colton St Patrick's Academy, Hannah Connell Limavady Grammar School, Philip Gervin St Patrick's Academy, Andrew Steward Larne Grammar School, Aaron Donnell Saintfield High School, Scott Hagan Our Lady & St Patrick's College, John Joe Nugent, Paul Fletcher, Connor Renaghan, Sean McGuigan St Patrick's High School, Keady and Tracey Woods CSSC. MR L-R Emma Sloan CSSC, Victoria Hunter Friends' School, Katherine Ingram Bloomfield Collegiate, Amy Booth Rainey Endowed School, Emer Rooney St Catherine's College, Aine McNulty St Patrick's Academy, Killain Frew Limavady High School, Chloe McCarron Limavady High School, Ashley Callaghan Limavady Grammar School, Kirsty Leslie Dunluce School, Alexandra Hunter Friends' School.

Students celebrated for ‘perfect attendance’

The Beacon Hotel in New York's Upper West Side.

Live it up as a local in vibrant New York