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Jail warning after ‘appalling and degrading’ assault on woman in Portstewart

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Ballymena Showgrounds.

Coleraine fan banned from Irish Cup final

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Judge sends out tough message on speeding outside schools

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St Paul’s students visit Rome and Sorrento

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Had incident happened in football ground man would be facing ban, court told

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Arrest would be the ‘worst thing’

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Fined £400 for having cannabis

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A student from Loreto College Coleraine has won a Special Merit Award in the 2017 Texaco Childrens Art competition. Corey Cassidy, who is a Year 10 student at Loreto College, won his Special Merit Award in Category G of the competition, with an entry entitled Ocean Madness.  He and his parents have been invited to attend an official Prizegiving Ceremony in May at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin.

Art success for Loreto student

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Ex-care home worker denying maltreatment

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William Dunlop won the non-championship Supersport invitational race at the Cookstown 100 on Friday evening.

Cookstown 100: William Dunlop edges Supersport thriller

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Guy Martin on the Honda Racing Fireblade at Castle Combe.

Guy Martin: No substitute for real road racing

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William Dunlop on the Temple Golf Club Yamaha R1 Superstock machine.

Cookstown 100: Derek Sheils on Superbike pole

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Derek Sheils is the race favourite on the Cookstown B.E. Suzuki in the Superbike class at the Cookstown 100.

Cookstown 100: Big guns primed for Orritor battle

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Coleraine focus on final over derby date

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NW200: All systems go for Lee Johnston after final Honda test

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ULSTER RUGBY: Van der Merwe wants big finish against Ospreys

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IRISH CUP FINAL: Coleraine’s ticket allocation selling fast

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Muse and Biffy Clyro lined up for Vital

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Emeli Sande set to play headliner at CuHSq

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Plenty of entertainment at the North West 200

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Some of those from the tourism and hospitality industry who have recently completed the World Host Ambassador training pictured with trainer Wendy Gallagher from Causeway Coast Foodie Tours and Zoe Bratton and Kerrie McGonigle from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

A taste of the Causeway Coast

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The week before Easter, a group of pupils from St. Pauls College, Kilrea, along with four members of staff, journeyed to Rome and Sorrento in Italy. In addition to visiting iconic sights, such as the Colosseum, Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii and the Trevi Fountain, the students also had the opportunity to participate in a pizza making class and be a Gladiator for the morning.

St Paul’s students visit Rome and Sorrento

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New research from the NSPCC has found that four out of five children felt social media companies arent doing enough to shield them from upsetting, dangerous, and adult content.

Four in five kids feel social media companies are failing to protect them

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