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Man reunited with Castlerock rescuers almost 30 years later

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Donna Rowley's winning image from Airwaves Portrush. INCR 15-709-CON

Red Arrows over Portrush wins worldwide photographic competition

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Charity cyclists Rui Rosa,  Hugh Friel and  Anthony Preston. INLS 14-706-CON

Drumahoe man’s keen interest in epic cycle from Clydebank to Kerrykeel

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KFC ‘assisting police with investigation’ after man charged with voyeurism

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Special award for city’s veteran road safety campaigner

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Heaney and Hewitt mural unveiling in Ballymoney

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Linfield manager pays tribute to Ryan McBride

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Mole repellent for sale in Northern Ireland even though there are NO moles

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A picture of a coin showing King Abgarus XI a descendent of Jesus-Izas from the 3rd century.  The coin shows more clearly the plaited crown of thorns worn by Edessan monarchs. See SWNS story SWJESUS; Is THIS the face of Jesus Christ? An ancient coin depicting a bearded man wearing a crown of thorns could be the first and only true portrait of Jesus Christ, British experts claim. The tiny bronze coin, which dates back to the 1st-century AD, sports what scholars conclude is the only lifelike image ever made of the biblical Jesus.  Until now, the 24mm-wide coin was widely believed to merely bear the face of King Manu, a wealthy warrior monarch who controlled the Mesopotamian kingdom of Edessa, in what is now southeastern Turkey. But after nearly three decades of painstaking research, a leading biblical historian claims to have made what he describes as "one of the most important discoveries in modern history" - that King Manu and Jesus were one and the same person.

Author claims coin contains face of ‘real Jesus Christ’

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MLAs set for pay rise despite Stormont suspension

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TRAFFIC UPDATE: Main road to Belfast International Airport to be closed

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Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

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David McGuckin from Ballymena Rider Training and co-organiser,  Gary Olphert. (Contributed picture)

Bikers ready to roll for Easter Egg Run

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Coleraine Railway Station.

Prosecution warning as early closure fails to foil station vandals

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Calls for layby change at railway station.

Coleraine station to be closed due to anti-social behaviour

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Police station hours cut ‘retrograde step’, claim

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Drugs seized by the police.

Police concerned by increase in drug related deaths

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Sperrin Road. Pic by Google.

Police investigate Limavady arson

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‘Stoned’ driver avoids jail

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‘Bring IT on’ say North Coast College kids

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‘Exceptional standard’ at CGS Spring Concert

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Local pupils enjoy Bring IT on event at NRC

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WATCH: old photos of Rainbows Nursery 1998

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Vistoria and Cary.

Health and Wellbeing Fair from Sure Start

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Save our ferry says reader

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Siobhan Naughton and James Kenny, Tourism Ireland ( back row, left)  with the international tour operators at Mussenden Temple, Castlerock.

International tour operators explore the Causeway Coastal Route

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The Coca-Cola plant at Knockmore Hill, Lisburn. Pic by Google

Investigation launched after discovery of contaminated cans at Coca-Cola plant

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The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Alderman Maura Hickey with Revitalise Project officer Jan O'"Neill, Town and Village manager Julienne Elliott and the chair of Coleraine Town Team, Ian Donaghey, on Kingsgate Street, which has benefitted from the Revitalise programme. INCR 14-755-CON PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA/CCGBC

‘New lease of life’ as £220k town scheme completed

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POLL: Should MLAs stop being paid?

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Parliament Buildings Stormont.   Photo: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

BLOG: NI power sharing talks

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Martin McGuinness pictured at home at the start of February 2017.

DUP criticise Causeway Council book of condolence for Martin McGuinness

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Stormont

Poll: Have your say on power-sharing at Stormont

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Robin Swann pictured outside the Stormont talks yesterday. Photo: Freddie Parkinson / Press Eye

Swann to take over as Ulster Unionist leader without a contest

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No Easter bunnies this year from Pets at Home

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Fancy a ramble this April?

Are you up for the Causeway Coast Challenge Walk 2017?

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‘Go Blue’ for WaterAid this World Water Day!

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SLIDESHOW: Causeway Coast & Glens Council welcomes Fairtrade visitor

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Could you foster a puppy?

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Getting an injection

Soon babies could get 5 in 1 vaccination from birth

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One mother’s long fight to save her young son’s life

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Portrush GP Dr Pamela Logue was presented with the MBE in February. She was accompanied by her brothers Prof David Logue, Mr Alan Logue and her aunt Mrs Polly Logue.

MBE for former Portrush GP

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has died

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