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BT price hike for all broadband and TV users

BT broadband and TV customers can expect to pay extra for their services as of 2 April as BT announces price changes.

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Shortlisting success for Causeway Coast

The Causeway Coast and Glens will be well represented at the inaugural NI Year of Food and Drink Awards.

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Tesco food scheme serves over 7,000 meals

Tesco food scheme serves over 7,000 meals

Tesco’s surplus food initiative has provided an incredible 7,367 meals in the Coleraine and Ballymoney area.

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Causeway Coast Home to ‘most epic view’

Causeway Coast Home to ‘most epic view’

The Causeway Coast and Glens are officially home to the ‘most epic view’ in Northern Ireland as voted for by members of the public in the inaugural WalkNI Awards.

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Hourly trains to Belfast by summer and express service proposed too

Translink intends to introduce an hourly train service between Londonderry and Belfast by the summer.

Transport
The bus slid across the road this morning. INBM 03-800CON

School bus slides across road in wintry conditions

A local councillor is urging residents not to make unnecessary journeys, as driving conditions continue to be treacherous due to ice and snow.

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Power cut affecting local residents

Power cut affecting local residents

A power cut is currently affecting almost 60 customers in the Coleraine area.

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Portrush £3 million regeneration

Portrush £3 million regeneration

Communities Minister Paul Givan has launched a £3 million regeneration scheme for Portrush to help bring vacant, derelict or underused land and buildings in the town back into use ahead of The Open Championship in 2019.

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Some Doritos lightly salted crisps could be harmful to people with an intolerance or allergy to wheat/gluten or soya.

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

The owners of popular crisp brand. Doritos, is recalling some products after it was revealed they could pose a health risk.

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Money

Five really easy ways to end up with more money in 2017

January may be a tight month, but it is also one where you can take a few simple steps to have a better financial start to the year.

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Pictured is Ronnie Duncan making the Presentation to Pat McCambridge.

Pat retires after 35 years with the DERFRA

Local man Pat McCambridge has retired from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs after over 35 years.

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Streaming services such as netflix and Amazon Prime have made it easier to bingewatch than ever. Shutterstock

Half of us happy to binge watch

Whether you gorge on Game of Thrones or are glued to Breaking Bad, we have become a nation of box set addicts with half of Brits (50 per cent) happy to watch between two and four one-hour episodes of a TV show in one go.

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Beauty tips

Five gadgets to modernize your beauty routine

The future of beauty is here.
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Trying to get off to sleep

Parents turn to tech for extra 1hour 30 mins sleep per night

Parents across the UK are damaging their children’s sleep patterns by relying on technology to get them off to sleep, a new report has found.

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Safety highlighted at newly upgraded railway crossings

New safety equipment has been installed at the two main pedestrian level crossings in Castlerock as part of the upgrade work on the Londonderry to Coleraine railway line.

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turkeys

How your Christmas turkey arrives already stuffed – with antibiotics

You may consider the turkey to be a traditional part of your Christmas celebrations. But however you cook it, something about this festive bird is changing – it’s getting fatter.

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These products are being recalled by Lidl.

Paint thinner chemical found in Lidl gravy

Unsafe levels of a paint thinner chemical have been found in gravy granules sold at Lidl, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has revealed.

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Eating trendy shoots or microgreens favoured by celebrity chefs such as Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal can help prevent heart disease, according to new research.

Trendy red cabbage good for the heart

Eating trendy shoots or microgreens favoured by celebrity chefs such as Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal can help prevent heart disease, according to new research.

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Rebecca Henry from Ballymoney, graduating from HND in Business (Coleraine campus), with Simon Montgomery and father David Henry at the Northern Regional College Higher Education and Access Graduation.

Our students celebrate success at NRC

Over 200 students celebrated achieving their Access and Higher Education Awards at the College’s graduation ceremony held at the Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena.

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At an information session in Mountsandel to brief local representatives about firmus energys plans to extend its network area are (from left):  John McCorry, firmus energy; Mike Caulfield, McNicholas Construction; Councillor George Duddy;  Councillor Trevor Clarke;  Maurice Bradley MLA;  Caoimhe Archibald MLA; Joe Baxter, McNicholas Construction; Dave Veck, firmus energy; Councillor Russell Watton and Ryan ONeill, firmus energy. INCR 51-750-CON

‘Minimum disruption’ with £380k Mountsandel natural gas project

Mains laying work is expected to conclude next month as part of a scheme to bring natural gas to the Mountsandel area.

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