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Boy, 8, killed in two-car crash

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4 July 18, Mandatory Credit �Press Eye/Darren Kidd' 'James Leckey, (left) founder and chief executive of James Leckey Design who officially opened Lisburn Enterprise Organisation's new office accommodation block.  Also present were Andrew Robinson, chairman of LEO, Aisling Owens, LEO chief executive and the Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council, Councillor Uel Mackin.

£1.8m investment by Enterprise Organisation

Business

PSNI poke fun at England World Cup failure to 'bring football home'

Offbeat
The fault is due to equipment failure.

Almost 1,000 customers hit by power cut

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Police alert: Road re-opens after two-vehicle collision

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Lisburn beauty salon scoops top award

Business

Parents urged to be vigilant

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M&S to close Bow Street Mall’s Simply Food store

Business
The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

Decrease in local unemployment levels

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Police alert: Road re-opens after two-vehicle collision

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Traffic

Traffic and travel: improvement works to see nightly closure of major road

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Niall O'Hanlon.

‘Niall was the heart and soul of our village’

Transport
Roadworks. (Archive pic)

Roadworks: £190k resurfacing scheme to get under way in Carryduff

Transport

‘Time to reopen Knockmore rail line’

Transport

PSNI poke fun at England World Cup failure to 'bring football home'

Offbeat
James Johnston.

Emotional scenes as bus driver sentenced over woman’s death

Crime
Drumlough House, Lisburn. Pic by Google

Vandals target nursing home

Crime
Craigavon Crown Court heard that seconds after 35-year-old James Johnston got off his bus at Lisburn station, it shot forward up and over the kerb, pinning Charlotte Linda Stewart between the bus and a wall

Mother crushed to death because ‘driver wanted to keep bus warm’

Crime

Fort Hill Integrated PS students go green

Education

McKinney Primary pupils cook up a storm

Education
The Old Warren estate in Lisburn is now one of the most sought-after social housing communities in Northern Ireland

Royal recognition for Lisburn community organisation

Business

Robots take over Lisburn College for annual contest

Education

£1.8m investment by Enterprise Organisation

Business

Lisburn beauty salon scoops top award

Business
Bow Street Mall.

M&S to close Bow Street Mall’s Simply Food store

Business
The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

MLA pays NHS tribute as he reveals illness battle

News
Luke Poots is already being investigated by a council standards watchdog over alleged conflict of interest

DUP’s Luke Poots reports BBC journalist to police for ‘harassment’

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David Simpson MP at an Orange parade in July 2017

‘No pressure’ on David Simpson to resign as DUP MP, says party

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Cllr Uel Mackin and Cllr Amanda Grehan.

DUP councillor confirmed as city's new mayor

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NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

Much needed funding for lough

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Pictured in the new polytunnel at Fort Hill Integrated Primary School are school pupils and the School Principal along with representatives from Tesco Lisburn, Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council and J P Corry who helped the school with this green project.

Fort Hill Integrated PS students go green

Education
Recycling and waste survey winners Naomi McLaughlin and Eric Patterson recieve their prizes from Alderman Tommy Jeffers, Chairman of the council's Environmental Services Commitee and Heather Moore, Director of Environmental Services.

Hundreds of local residents have say on recycling issues

Environment

Parents urged to be vigilant

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Dunmurry Manor care home.

Dunmurry Manor: Department commissions independent review

Health
Shanagh Close before losing six stone

Crumlin mother sheds the pounds

Health

Be inspired to lose weight with Christine

Health

VIDEO: Hay fever flaring up? How to ease your symptoms as pollen levels rise

Health