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Police investigate burglary at school

Crime
Courts

No decision on what charge, if any, boy will face in alleged gun purchase attempt case

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Brian O Neill, Process Technician, with Kerry , Coleraine  receiving The Encirc Award from Mr Derek McDowell Head of Food Technology Education at Loughry Campus.

Packing success for Brian O’Neill at Loughry College

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The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Joan Baird OBE unveils the plaque. INCR 30-706-CON

Portstewart plaque tribute to long distance swimmers

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This is when shops can start refusing your old £1 coins

Offbeat

Damaged car with drill, superglued house locks and poisoned plants, court told

Crime

Cut to school uniform grant stopped

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Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

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Volunteers help tackle ragwort near the beach at White Park Bay

Volunteers help tackle ragwort at White Park Bay

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Pooches at the Port will feature a sponsored walk along the West Strand

Sign up for Pooches at the Port

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Police pay tribute to girl’s lifesaving actions on motorway

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The Londonderry to Coleraine train passing Downhill beach

New hourly Londonderry-Belfast rail service follows quadrupling of journeys

Transport
Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Business
The new A26 Frosses dual-carriageway from Glarryford to A44 Drones has opened. Pictured at the official opening ceremony with VIP guests are Cllr Paul Reid, Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, William Diver,  BAM McCann jv, Deidre Mackle, Divisional Roads Manager and Joan Baird, Mayor of Causeway Coast and Gens.  Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

£55 million A26 Frosses Road duallings scheme opens

Transport
Pictured is Alderman Maura Hickey, Mayor Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council with Sam Todd, Service Delivery Manager, Translink. The Lord Mayor is calling on Causeway Coast and Glens residents to get on-board Bus + Train Week, 5 - 11 June 2017. For more details, visit www.translink.co.uk/busandtrainweek/ and join the conversation online @Translink_NI #GetOnBoardNI.

Mayor calls on Causeway Coast and Glens residents to get on-board Bus and Train Week

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Police investigate burglary at school

Crime
Coleraine Court.

Damaged car with drill, superglued house locks and poisoned plants, court told

Crime

Arsonist started a fire at local flats complex

Crime
Cheryl Lamont, chief executive of the Probation Board for Northern Ireland.
Picture By: Arthur Allison; Pacemaker.

Over £85k worth of work by Community Service offenders

Crime

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
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

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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

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Students watching TV

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

Arts
Alan Pepin and pupils from Coleraine Grammar School hand over their books to Roisin McCaughan representing ZAP.

Coleraine Grammar donates 1,000 books to Zomba

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This is when shops can start refusing your old £1 coins

Offbeat
Mr. Bartliff claims ASDA own brand nappies caused his newborn son to require oxygen and irritated his skin. (Photos: Jordan Bartliff/Facebook)

***WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES*** ASDA withdraws own brand nappies after baby 'left blistered'

Business

Farming Life awards: Entering a worthwhile experience - Thomas Gilpin

Business

Twelfth 2017: Welsh lodge causes a stir as it completes look...with daffodils

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Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster and Simon Hamilton address media as talks wound up at Stormont Castle, Belfast, as Foster has said she is disappointed an agreement to restore powersharing has not been reached in Northern Ireland, suggesting a deal will now have to wait until at least the autumn. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 4, 2017. See PA story ULSTER Politics. Photo credit should read: David Young/PA Wire

MLAs deserve salaries ‘because they are still working hard’

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Ulster Unionist Party leader Robin Swann

No reasonable person can back Irish language act: Swann

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Parliament Buildings, Stormont.

POLL: Should MLAs continue to receive salaries?

Politics
Wallace Thompson was a founder members of the DUP

Ulster-Scots can’t be equated to Irish language: DUP founder

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Get your dose of ‘vitamin sea’ this National Marine Week

Offbeat

Guided walk at Umbra Nature Reserve

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Dullest and wettest June for five years, warmer than usual

Offbeat
Tyler Sharkey, Bradley Gurney and Mckenzie Sharkey pictured at the Schools Out for Summer fun day at the Cornfield in Coleraine. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com.

‘Schools out for Summer’ event held by Cornfield

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Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

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A sad child - NSPCC image

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
Getting the flu jab

New marker can identify those most at risk of flu

Health
Eden McAlister, Katherine Walker and Miss Northern Ireland Anna Henry

Are you ready for a Sparkle Dash?

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A total of 6,189 complaint issues were made in 2016/17.

REVEALED: Total number of complaints made in your health trust area

Health