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Entrants sought for NI Dementia Friendly Awards

Alzheimer’s Society’s Northern Ireland Dementia Friendly Awards are on the lookout for people who are improving the lives of those affected by dementia

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Party in the Park returns to Antrim Castle Gardens on Sunday,  July 30.

Party in the Park on Sunday

The Party in the Park returns to Antrim Castle Gardens on Sunday, July 30, from 1-5pm.

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Bizet’s thrilling opera ‘Carmen’ coming to Millennium Forum

Bizet’s thrilling opera ‘Carmen’ coming to Millennium Forum

Passion, manipulation and jealousy come to the Millennium Forum when Foyle Opera, in association with North West Opera, present Bizet’s Carmen on August 4 and 5.

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Focus on Family well team health and fitness participants.

Focus on getting fit and healthy this summer at Ballysally

Focus on Family are proud of their long track record of supporting local families and children.

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Lolabelle from Dogs Trust Ballymena has been at the Rehoming Centre for more than a year and remains overlooked by potential dog owners.

New campaign to find forever homes for dogs

Dog welfare charity, Dogs Trust, has launched a new rehoming campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the thousands of unwanted dogs here and across the UK.

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Guided walk at Umbra Nature Reserve

Guided walk at Umbra Nature Reserve

Explore one of Ulster Wildlife’s hidden wildlife gems on a guided walk around Umbra Nature Reserve, near Limavady, on Sunday, July 30 at 11am.

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Cloughmills ‘CAT’  to launch two exciting new initiatives

Cloughmills ‘CAT’ to launch two exciting new initiatives

The Old Mill at Cloughmills will be the centre of attraction this Wednesday (July 26) when the Community Action Team hold an Open Day to launch two important

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UFU annual meeting at Greenmount. Picture: Cliff Donaldson

Ulster Farmers’ Union wants to hear YOUR stories and memories

The Ulster Farmers’ Union is calling on farmers and their families members, young and old, to share their stories and memories about the UFU and farming over the past 100 years as it gears up to mark its centenary year in 2018.

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Kerrie’s weight loss success story!

Kerrie’s weight loss success story!

It was following a frightening health discovery that Kerrie Douglas decided to embark on a journey - one that would help her towards a healthier place, but also one of self discovery and new found confidence.

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Asda colleagues Joanne McGuigan, Penny Eakin, Valerie Connor, Anne Storey, Christopher Patton, Karen Wall, Hazel Irwin, and Vivienne Campbell celebrate '300 years' in the business as each colleague celebrates 30 years with Asda.

Asda Coleraine colleagues clock up ‘300 years’ in the business

Colleagues at Asda Coleraine are being congratulated on a collective 300 years of service with the company, as ten of the store’s longest-serving colleagues celebrate 30 years at Asda.

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SLIDESHOW: The Twelfth in Coleraine

It truly was a glorious Twelfth as the sun shone down in Coleraine for the parade on July 12.

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SLIDESHOW: The Twelfth at Cloughmills

It really was a glorious Twelfth in Cloughmills as the sun shone down on the North Antrim demonstrations.

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Flute and piano recital at St Patrick’s

Flute and piano recital at St Patrick’s

The latest in the series of summer recitals at St Patrick’s Church in Coleraine takes place on Thursday, July 20.

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Pictured are Fred Duncan, Chairman of Antrim Agricultural Society, Jason Webster, Randox Health Sales Manage; and James Clements, President of Antrim Agricultural Society.

‘Take a stroll through country life’ as Shane’s Castle showtime looms

Randox Antrim Show takes splace on Saturday (July 22), at Shane’s Castle Estate.

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Charity film contest open to local schools

Charity film contest open to local schools

Local schoolchildren have the chance to win £1,000 by designing a short film over the summer on the subject of reducing child abuse and neglect.

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Macosquin Primary School   Year 6 pupils competed in the Microbot Challenge taking place at The Big Bang Science Fair at Ulster University, Jordanstown Campus. They are pictured with their teacher, Mr Harris, at the Microbot Challenge.

STEM subjects success for pupil of Macosquin Primary School

Pupils in Years 6 and 7 from Macosquin Primary School were making the most of many different STEM opportunities during the last few weeks of their summer term.

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Coleraine Grammar School year 8 pupils headed for Castlewellan Castle to partake in the schools annual Summer Camp for their new intake.

New Coleraine Grammar pupils get to know each other

On Saturday, July 1, many new CGS year 8 pupils headed for Castlewellan Castle to participate in the school’s annual Summer Camp for their new intake.

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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

The satnav and answered prayers

A ‘satnav’ is now a ‘must have’ in the purchase of a new vehicle, even though stories proliferate of the errors the ‘eye in the sky’ can make.

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The Food Awards Northern Ireland 2017

IN FULL: Winners of The Food Awards Northern Ireland 2017

The winners of the 2017 Food Awards Northern Ireland have been revealed.
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SLIDESHOW: Book a first class ticket to Air Waves Portrush 2017

You’ll be assured of a first class experience at Air Waves Portrush with a range of hospitality packages on sale now.

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