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Gospel singer set for Armagh

Gospel singer set for Armagh

Top American gospel singer Lynda Randle is making a much anticipated return to Northern Ireland and will be performing at Armagh City Hotel on September 14.

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Charity praises service users

Charity praises service users

Local people with learning disabilities and/or autism had their achievements recognised at the recent 24th annual Orchardville Awards Ceremony 2019 at Titanic Belfast.

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David Burns, Chief Executive of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council meets up with some of the Grounds Team who have been cleaning signage across the council area.  They are Lee Jackson, Philip McConnell and Stephen Mackle.

Council shows its civic pride

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council demonstrated its commitment to ensuring a high level of civic pride with its latest initiative being a programme of street sign cleansing.

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Help from the Barbour family

Help from the Barbour family

Belfast Charitable Society is celebrating another milestone in its bid to address social disadvantage and wants to thank the Barbour family for its generosity that enabled this to happen.

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The cycle team, pictured at the Mizen Head start line are, L-R: Noel McKee (Whitehead); Craig Bell (Moira); Andy Beavis (Belfast) and Stephen Brown (Newcastle)

Firefighters saddle up for mental health week

Craig Bell, a firefighter from Moira, and Andy Beavis, a firefighter stationed in Lisburn, joined with colleagues from other stations this week to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by taking in an eight day cycle challenge.

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Pictured with Councillor Jonathan Craig are members of Glenmore Fitness and Social Club. The group meet every Tuesday at Glenmore Activity Centre for fitness and fun!

Older generation urged to get active

Glenmore Activity Centre in Lisburn is home to the very unique Glenmore Fitness and Social Club, which aims to inspire people over the age of 55 to get active and improve their health and well-being.

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Lagan Valley Hospital, Lisburn,

Parking charges introduced at hospital

Following an extensive Public Consultation, car parking charges will be introduced at Lagan Valley Hospital from April 29 to provide safe and secure parking, and to reduce congestion and queuing on the site, which is leading to delays in people arriving for hospital appointments.

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