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Man charged with indecent exposure

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Man dies after car hits tree

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Female runners approached by driver who was wearing tights over his head

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(L-R) Back Row:  Sean Rocks (Lough Neagh Search and Rescue), Jonathan Shields (North West Mountain Rescue Team), Dave Goddard (Mourne Mountain Rescue Team), Debbie Corry (DoJ Search and Rescue Coordinator), Paul Stitt (Community Rescue Service). Front Row: Nick Perry (DoJ Permanent Secretary), Raymond Shannon (Search and Rescue Dog Association Ireland North), and Anthony Harbinson (DoJ Director Safer Communities).  Photo by Aaron McCracken

Skywatch Civil Air Patrol to receive funding bonus

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Admissions crisis: Pleas for additional places at local schools

Education

End of a golden era for popular Lisburn retailer

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Councillors back DUP man’s ‘Both Lives Matter’ motion

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‘£50m Sprucefield development will attract more shoppers to Lisburn’

Business
Chairman of Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP Cllr Aaron McIntyre (right) with Vice Chairman Philip Dean at the launch of the PCSP  Project Support Programme for 2018/19.

Funding to help community groups fight crime

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Crumlin man to stand trial on burglary charges

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‘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

Train users warned to expect disruption to services

Transport
A cross-party delegation of elected members and officers from Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council met with senior officials from the Department for Infrastructure to discuss how to progress long-awaited safety improvements at the Knockmore/Ballinderry/Prince William Road junctions.

Progress on long-awaited safety improvements at dangerous junctions

Transport

Crumlin man to stand trial on burglary charges

Crime
The aftermath of the incident just a few days after Christmas in 2014

Bus driver admits killing woman in Lisburn station incident

Crime
The man is charged with smuggling drugs into Maghaberry last Thursday

Maghaberry cocaine smuggling accused ‘part of crime gang’

Crime

Now GB scheme savaged in MPs’ report

Crime

Admissions crisis: Pleas for additional places at local schools

Education

Children’s author inspires local pupils

Education
P3 pupils Lydia Briggs and Theo Souch present a picture to Thai adoption officials Miss Chintana Watcharakul and Mr Suthi Jantarawong during their visit to Dromore Central Primary School. Also pictured are teachers Miss McKeown and Mrs Mackay.

Dromore school welcomes Thai visitors

Education

Wallace student honoured to meet Senator Mitchell

Education

Budding young filmmakers inspired by animation CEO

Education

‘£50m Sprucefield development will attract more shoppers to Lisburn’

Business
Ashley McCulla of Lisburn-based firm McCulla Ireland was named Family Business Director of the Year at the annual Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) Director of the Year Awards sponsored by First Trust Bank. He is pictured with Brian Gillan, Head of Business and Corporate Banking, First Trust Bank, IoD NI Chairman Gordon Milligan and Adrian Moynihan, Head of First Trust Bank in Northern Ireland. Pic by Darren Kidd, Press Eye

Local business owner named Director of the Year

Business
Regeneration plans: Carryduff Shopping Centre. Pic by Google

Residential and retail plans for Carryduff site

Business

IN PICTURES: Promoting Lisburn and Castlereagh at the Balmoral Show

Business

Council chief announces her resignation

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Backlash against Varadkar as he ‘waltzes’ into NI

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Edwin Poots MLA and son Luke Poots

Poots under investigation: MLA insists his son has done nothing wrong

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Distribution of police stations in 1999. Compiled by Adam Kula

Revealed: two-thirds of all police stations shut in two decades

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Former UUP MLA Jo-Anne Dobson has donated a kidney to her son Mark

Former MLA Jo-Anne Dobson and son doing well after kidney transplant

Health

Hundreds of local residents have say on recycling issues

Environment
Sofie Owens, Barista at Ground Espresso Bars, officially launches the company's pioneering initiative 'Reuse at Ground'.

Local coffee outlets to offer special deal in bid to reduce waste

Business
Alderman Tommy Jeffers, Chairman of the council's Environmental Services Committee, and TV presenter Paul Clarke are pictured with the top three winners in the Junior and Senior sections of the Environmental Youth Speak competition. Pic by Philip Magowan

Young people speak out about environmental issues

Environment
Snow has affected various parts of Northern Ireland this week

Slow thaw expected as Beast from the East loosens grip

Transport

Council HQ lit up blue to raise awareness of ME

Health
Lisa Turan, CEO of the Child Brain Injury Trust, with one of the new Brain Injury Information Cards.

New support service for children with acquired brain injuries

Health
Andrea Kearns.

Help Andrea spread the word about pancreatic cancer

Health

VIDEO: Improve your squat and build a better bum!

Health
Dr Michael Steel, Chair of South Eastern Local Commissioning Group, Zoe Boreland, Head of Midwifery, SE Trust (retired), Dr David Glenn, David Robinson, Assistant Director, Woman and Acute Child Health, SE Trust, Fionnuala McCluskey, Tracey Magowan and Denise Boulter, Public Health Agency.

Hospital unit praised for care standards

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