Coleraine Times

Man arrested in Rasharkin murder probe released on bail

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A-26 lane closure on Sunday morning

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WATCH: It's official - STORM BRIAN is heading this way!

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A huge thank you to Causeway volunteers

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SEVERE weather warning forecast for TWO DAYS this week in Northern Ireland

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Russian captain fined for running aground at Rathlin Island

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Prince Harry’s praise for ‘Royal’ team in Belfast

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WATCH: Ophelia winds ease but potential for storms at end of week

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Picture from NIE of damage to pole

STORM OPHELIA: NIE teams to work into night to restore customers power

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Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin.

FOOTBALL: ’Stute aiming for cup glory

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Coleraines David Ogilby celebrates his opener against Cliftonville during today's game at Solitude. Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine show their mettle as they win again

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Crusaders  Jordan Forsythe  scores

FOOTBALL: Crusaders edge out Coleraine in thrilling League Cup tie

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Coleraines Gareth McConaghie

LEAGUE CUP: ‘When you score two goals away from home you should be in draw’ - Coleraine boss Oran Kearney

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NW200: Cooper and Bridewell set for debuts in 2018

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IRISH LEAGUE: Lyons and Bradley ruled out for eight weeks

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LEAGUE CUP: Crusaders boss Baxter left to reflect ahead of Coleraine visit

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IRISH LEAGUE: Late drama as Coleraine beat Linfield

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Filming for season eight of Game of Thrones has commenced in Belfast.

Game of Thrones stars spotted in Belfast

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Luke Skywalker

Star Wars: The Last Jedi official trailer is released

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Netflix is increasing the amount of money it charges customers.

Netflix set to RAISE prices for users

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SLIDESHOW: down memory lane with the Times

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Mayor thanks Council parks staff for efforts

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Pupils from Cookstown High School and Holy Trinity College have launched New Driver NIs 2017/18 schools programme which is being backed by Specsavers.     Specsavers partnership with young driver initiative, New Driver NI is helping the organisation roll out an advice and information programme to Years 13 and 14 students at secondary schools throughout Northern Ireland.   Brian OKane (back left) and Natalie Bradley (front right) optometrists and store directors at Specsavers Cookstown are pictured with Jack Haycock (front) from Cookstown High School and behind (from left) Oliwia Zoledziewska and Ella Dynes from Holy Trinity College and Sarah Hammond from Cookstown High School.

Cookstown students launch New Driver NI and Specsavers partnership

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