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VIDEO: Irish mum's hilarious parody on parenthood goes viral

An Irish mother's side-splittingly funny YouTube video on the highs and lows of parenthood has gone viral.

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SLIDESHOW: the sights and sounds of Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival

Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival got underway this weekend - and it’s mix of good food, music and family fun is proving more popular than ever before.

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Cox Des Austin, Fred Williams and Keith Gilmore LOM.

Portrush lifeboat crew say goodbye to two stalwarts

The volunteer lifeboat crew and fundraising team from Portrush Lifeboat Station said goodbye on Thursday night to their Lifeboat Operations Manager (LOM), Robin Cardwell and one of their longstanding Deputy Launching Authorities Fred Williams, on the occasion of their retirement.

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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of recovering the ‘Girona Gold’

A special series of events has been held to remember one of the Causeway Coast and Glens area’s most remarkable maritime stories.

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Undated handout photo of the Rev David Clarke, elected Wednesday February 8th 2006 as the new Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Rev Clarke, who has been minister of Terrace Row Church in Coleraine, Co Londonderry for over 20 years, is the son of a butcher, and his brother played professional football for Sunderland. See PA story ULSTER Church. PRESS ASSOCIATION photo. Photo credit should read: PA

Thinking of Monday in Manchester

The events last Monday evening in Manchester defy reason.

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SLIDESHOW: ‘School of Legends’ comes to Riverside

Northern Regional College Level 3 Performing Arts and Music students based at Ballymoney Campus, in association with Northern Lights Production Company, present the fully original show ‘School of Legends’ at the Riverside Theatre on June 2 and 3.

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North coast pieces in Hillsborough exhibition

North coast pieces in Hillsborough exhibition

The stunning north coast has provided inspiration for a Belfast artist who has just opened an exhibition of her works.

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Millburn Primary School at the Waterbus.

Waterbus visits local schools

Everyone’s favourite travelling classroom, the infamous Waterbus, recently paid a visit to schools in the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area.

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Keep dancing with Ballywillan Drama Group’s ‘Strictly’ event

Keep dancing with Ballywillan Drama Group’s ‘Strictly’ event

Strictly Come Dancing has become a firm family favourite as part of weekend telly viewing and last year Ballywillan Drama Group brought their very own version of the hit show to life at The Lodge Hotel... and this year it’s back again bigger and better!

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Fancy being in Portrush panto? Oh yes, you do!

Fancy being in Portrush panto? Oh yes, you do!

Portrush Theatre Company want to warm up your winter by transporting you to old Cairo town for their production of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.

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Benone beach is a must-see.

11 of Northern Ireland's most beautiful beaches

It's a beautiful summer's day out there and, if you're lucky enough to have the day off work, there really is no excuse not to get your bucket and spade and have some fun.
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Kylemore Nursery School in Coleraine has been awarded a prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag, for the third time, by the environmental charity Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

Third Green Flag for Kylemore Nursery School

Kylemore Nursery School in Coleraine has been awarded a prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag, for the third time, by the environmental charity Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

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Excitement is reaching fever pitch for CAFRE Sports Turf students Michael Dundee (left) and John Kennedy (right)  before they head off to Wembley Stadium to prepare the pitch for Saturday�"s FA Cup Final. Their tutor and No 1 supporter Paul Campbell (middle) hopes the team will have a day to remember. Photo Andrew Towe Parkway Photography

Greenmount’s Premier League Groundsmen set to score at Wembley

Wembley’s football pitch is set to be match-ready for Saturday’s FA Cup Final thanks to some help from a four-man team from CAFRE College.

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Council consultation sessions on Mountsandel

Council consultation sessions on Mountsandel

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council are currently carrying out work to assess potential development opportunities at Mountsandel Wood, Coleraine, along with the lands in the immediate vicinity on both sides of the River Bann.

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Rev Dr. Frank Sellar

Coleraine’s Moderator looks back on year

As the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland approaches his last full week in office, before the Church’s General Assembly opens on June 5, Rt. Rev. Dr. Frank Sellar has said that it was a year full of divine opportunities to serve, that has left him greatly heartened having found ‘a church not in retreat, but a gracious and humble partner in the advancement of God’s Kingdom across Ireland.’

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Patient and Client Council roadshow team. From left clockwise: Nigel Warburton, Keli Farrell and Jess Murray

Patient and Client Council coming to Portrush

The Patient and Client Council will be heading down the highways and byways on a roadshow around Northern Ireland this June.

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Give blood, urges Kilrea’s John Dallat

Give blood, urges Kilrea’s John Dallat

SDLP MLA John Dallat has urged local people to come forward and support the blood donation sessions in Kilrea on May 31.

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Free design workshop for community groups

Free design workshop for community groups

Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council will be hosting a free workshop for community groups on Thursday, June 14.

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Celebrating Coleraine's success (L-R) Len Bolannd, tenant Killowen; Patricia Mullan, support worker, brookhill; Fred Crawford, tenant Brookhill; Brenda Cunningham, manager Killowen House.

IT’S OFFICIAL: Killowen and Brookhill are best in the UK

Staff and tenants celebrated a remarkable win in Birmingham recently when two Apex retirement schemes in Coleraine took first and second prize in the UK-wide Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) Awards.

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SLIDESHOW: P6 Taster Day for primary schools at Loreto

Primary Six pupils from twenty-one schools enjoyed Taster Mornings at Loreto College Coleraine towards the end of May, exploring a range of activities on offer.

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