Coleraine Times

MLA pay rise, despite just 46 minutes in Assembly chamber

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Police have issued advice on online scams

Police: Scammers have slithered out of the gutter again

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Ballymoney teenager’s family ‘in bits’ after scrambler crash death

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Grieving mum makes asthma awareness video

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Escaped prisoner caught

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Frosses Road re-opened after earlier crash

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Frosses Road closed after crash

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Una McMillan.

Rare lung disease’s devastating impact on family

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Linda Christie from Ballinteer Farm.

Causeway Coast and Glens has five star performers for Irish Food Awards

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Gareth McAuley

FOOTBALL: Gareth McAuley returns to Northern Ireland squad for World Cup qualifiers

Football
Coleraines Eoin Bradley tries to get his shot away during the game with Glentoran at the Oval. Photo Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Late drama at The Oval as it ends all square

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FOOTBALL: Draw made for Co Antrim Shield quarter-finals

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Special guest Joel Cassells receives a gift from the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Maura Hickey to mark his attendance at last year's Sports Awards.

Get your nominations in for Coleraine Sports Awards

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NW200: Whyte to remain at helm as ‘succession strategy’ put in place

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NW200: Glenn Irwin and PBM Ducati confirmed for 2018

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IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine too strong for ten-man Carrick Rangers

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Gary Dunlop welcomes chance to make debut at Frohburg

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Vera Duckworth/ Liz Dawn

Coronation Street favourite Liz Dawn dies aged 77

Arts

VIDEO: Scenes from ‘lost’ episode of Only Fools And Horses to air for first time

Arts
The new Star Wars stamps

Star Wars stamps to go on sale ahead of The Last Jedi release

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Vocalist Karen Diamond promoting the establishment of a singing for lung health choir in the Causeway area.

First meeting of new season for group

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Sarah Carson Nic Wright and Bryonie Roed with one of Sams Camera and the Book that was launched today on Rathlin Island,the Sam Henry Rathlin Island book that was launched this afternoon on the Island.The Rathlin material captures life on the island dating back to the early part of the
20th century. Sam Henry (1878 � 1952) worked as a Pensions and Excise Officer, but he
was also an avid folklorist, historian, photographer, ornithologist, naturalist,
genealogist and musician. In 1906, he bought his first camera and visited the island
several times which allowed him to build up a striking photographic collection. He
collected stories from the islanders, along with their folklore and songs.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Rathlin’s history coming to life

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Anne and Raymond McKeeman with family and friends.

Anniversary charity evening

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