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Police urgently seek man who attempted to buy iTunes vouchers

Police in Antrim are seeking to identify a man who attempted to buy a substantial amount of iTunes vouchers in Tesco, Crumlin around 12:30pm yesterday.

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Concern as Lisburn gets 100 tickets a week

The council is to raise concerns with the Department of Infrastructure about over zealous parking attendants and the impact tickets are having on trade in Lisburn city centre.

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Almost 6,000 parking tickets issued in Lisburn

Almost 6,000 parking tickets issued in Lisburn

Almost 6,000 motorists were issued parking tickets in Lisburn last year, the fourth highest for on-street parking tickets in Northern Ireland. latest figures have revealed.

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(From left to right) Aisling Owens, CEO of Lisburn Enterprise Organisation, and Garret Kavanagh, Acting MD of BT's NI Networks division, with Martin McQuillan and Paul Kavanagh from Cirrus IT Systems and Building Services Consultant Engineer, Richard Gilpin.

New office development with ultrafast FTTP broadband attracting high tech companies to Lisburn

Twenty four businesses in Lisburn enterprise’s new office development will now have access to ultrafast Internet thanks to BT NI Networks division installing Fibre to the Premises Broadband.

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Michelle Murphy with her adopted dog Dee Dee, who was rescued from the meat trade in China.

Campaigner saves dog from meat trade

A Lisburn woman who has made it her mission to raise funds to help charities that aim to stop the trade of dogs and cats for meat in China, has adopted a dog saved from the slaughterhouse.

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Family of Murdered Robert Flowerday ‘heartened’ by community support

Family of Murdered Robert Flowerday ‘heartened’ by community support

The family of murdered ex-teacher Robert Flowerday have thanked the community for their support.

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Traffic diverted following two vehicle crash

Police have warned that there has been a two vehicle RTC on the M1 eastbound at Junction 8, Blaris.

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Lisburn South DUP Councillor Alan Givan has warned flooding on the Pond Park Road is an accident waiting to happen.

Work begins to address flooding issue

Work to address a flooding issue on the Pond Park Road is underway, Transport NI has confirmed.

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The revised proposal for the electoral boundaries in Northern Ireland which has been significantly altered, with Belfast now set to retain its four seats, according to an official map obtained by the Press Association

MP’s disappointment as boundary proposals suggest abolishing Lagan Valley

Lagan Valley’s MP has voiced his disappointment at proposed changes to political boundaries, which would see Lagan Valley constituency abolished.

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Vehicle smashes into wall during hit and run but driver stacks bricks into neat pile

Vehicle smashes into wall during hit and run but driver stacks bricks into neat pile

The driver of a vehicle which smashed into a pillar at a Dromore property, failed to leave their details but piled the bricks into a neat pile, police have said.

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Maghaberry resident calls for Glen Road lights

A Maghaberry woman has urged Transport NI to install street lights on the Glen Road claiming it is a safety hazard that needs addressing

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Police investigate spate of burglaries

Detectives are currently investigating a series of over burglaries targetted those over 60 in the Lisburn/Castlereagh District area, which have been reported since the start of the year.

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Barry Williamson, recipient of the Grand Master's Award at last year's Orange Community Awards

Nominations open for Orange Community Awards

Nominations are now open for this year’s Orange Community Awards – due to be held in Lisburn later this year.

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Elderly man struck with spade during aggravated burglary

Elderly man struck with spade during aggravated burglary

An elderly man was left severely bruised after being struck with a spade during a burglary on Tuesday.

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Cllr Janet Gray MBE at the Christmas tree in Dromara village.

Appeal to help catch local ‘grinches’ who damaged Dromara’s Christmas Tree

Police have appealed for witnesses or information after the Christmas tree in Dromara was vandalised in the early hours of Christmas Eve.

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Arson attack at Craigavon Area Hospital

A 23-year-old male, arrested in connection with an incident at Craigavon Area Hospital on Wednesday, January 3, has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.

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Christmas presents stolen during burglary at Lisburn home

Police are appealing for witnesses in relation to a burglary that occurred at Knockmore Square where a number of Christmas presents were stolen.

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Police investigate hit and run collision in Lisburn

Police investigate hit and run collision in Lisburn

Police are appealing for information regarding a hit and run, road traffic collision which took place at the weekend.

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Pair arrested in relation to theft offences

Detectives in Lisburn arrested two females yesterday on suspicion of a number of theft offences in the Lisburn area.

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Wallace High School choir sing festive songs in Lisburn's Market Square.

Watch: Wallace High School perform classic Christmas song

Pupils from Wallace High School were doing their bit to get local christmas shoppers into the festive spirit singing Christmas song Carol of the bells.

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