A man accused of murdering Coleraine pensioner NOrman Moffatt, admitted to a woman that he stabbed him, a court has been told.
Helen McCambridge, a Year 6 teacher at Mill Strand Integrated School & Nursery has become one of the youngest teachers to gain the Professional Qualification for Headship PQH(NI) in Northern Ireland.
HERE is the River Bann - captured from the International Space Station (ISS).
East Londonderry MP, Gregory Campbell has again written to Transport Minister Stephen Hammond MP re-iterating the strong case for the DVA to remain in Coleraine.
THE Class of 2013 and their parents celebrated the end of seven happy years at Loreto College with a special Mass held celebrated by Father Raymond McCullagh last Thursday evening.
The Mayor of Coleraine, Councillor Sam Cole welcomed His Royal Highness, Prince Michael of Kent to the Borough yesterday (Monday), to discuss economic development.
RESIDENTS of the Borough with an interest in arts and literature will be excited to know that thanks to Coleraine Borough Arts Committee, there are not one but TWO bursaries to be awarded to attend this year’s John Hewitt International Summer School in Armagh in late July.
NOW you see it, now you don’t.
THE dog control orders that Coleraine Borough Council have put out for consultation are an “attack on responsible dog owners,” according to a member of the Barking Mad protest group.
THE Transport Minister, Danny Kennedy has commended Roads Service and its contractors for “delivering a comprehensive range of road schemes and maintenance work” costing £6.62 million in the past year in Coleraine.
THE average house price on the North Coast is now £119,934.
CASTLEROCK Cadet Daniel Hatcher has been honoured at a ceremony at Hillsborough Castle where he was formally appointed to serve in the role of Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant’s Cadet for the County of Londonderry for the coming year.
THE parents of a young Coleraine soldier killed in Afghanistan on Remembrance Sunday will be the guest of honour at a special evening of music in aid of the Royal Irish Regiment Benevolent Fund in Londonderry next month.
COLERAINE Heart Town put their best foot forward as they took part in British Heart Foundation (BHF) Northern Ireland’s Heart Walk, starting at Christie Park in Coleraine.
REPRESENTATIVES from Coleraine Football Club made a heartfelt plea to Coleraine Borough Council last Tuesday night in their fight to have a 3G pitch installed at Coleraine Showgrounds.
FORTY seven people took their own lives in the East Derry constituency from 2009 to 2011 - according to figures obtained by SDLP MLA John Dallat.
CAUSEWAY Enterprise Agency and its ten local business “champions” launched the £100,000 Venture Causeway competition last week and invited local businesses and start-ups to pitch for a slice of the £100,000 prize.
COLERAINE Borough Council has invested in £100,000 of new equipment to ensure that high quality play facilities are provided for children in the Portrush area.
With crowds in excess of 100,000 expected to descend on Portrush for the 2013 International North West 200 festival, police are urging the public to play their part in a safe and enjoyable week for everyone.
A man accused of the murder of Coleraine pensioner Norman Moffatt will go on trial later this week.
The Coleraine cousin of the new Manchester United manager has spoken of the family’s pride at David Moyes’ achievements.
POLICE are investigating a report that a knife and sledgehammer were used in an assault in Coleraine town centre.
AN Orange Order war memorial in Coleraine has been desecrated in an attack.
KILREA born singer-songwriter Robyn G Shiels cheekily describes himself as ‘Johnny Cash mixed with a bit of Joey Dunlop’.
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board last week revealed the shortlist for the 2013 Northern Ireland Tourism Awards, in association with Diageo NI.
TEN local business champions have teamed up with Causeway Enterprise Agency, to create a £100,000 pot of gold to develop “Venture Causeway” an exciting new venture capital competition sponsored by Coleraine Borough Council and the University of Ulster with the core aim of sparking innovation and job creation in the Coleraine area.
The Youth Employment Scheme (YES) event held on 24 April at Coleraine Leisure Centre has proved to be a major success.
YOU heard it here first - Van Morrison is coming to Dunluce Castle.
COLERAINE’S new state of the art sports stadium at Rugby Avenue could be in use by 2017, and Coleraine Football Club have agreed in principle to become anchor tenants.
COLERAINE High School librarian, Christine McKeever has won the accolade of the Softlink New School Librarian of the Year competition.
SOCIAL Develoment Minister, Nelson McCausland has annoucend funding of £250,000 for a revitalisation scheme in Coleraine.
As the road cycling season gets into gear, the Police Service of Northern Ireland teamed up with local Club Bann Wheelers to issue important advice for cyclists and other road users.
Following the announcement from Justice Minister David Ford to retain and redevelop Magilligan Prison, Causeway Chamber arranged for representatives of Causeway Chamber to meet and engage with the Northern Ireland Prison Service.
Vice-President Rhoda Pollock welcomed members to the April Meeting of Aghadowey WI.
EAST Londonderry MP Gregory Campbell has welcomed the latest visit by Invest NI’s International Sales representatives to the Causeway Coast last week as a further step in the right direction in attracting inward investment to the area.
POLICE stopped and searched a Coleraine woman and found two small bags of drugs stashed in...her underwear.
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REPRESENTATIVES of Coleraine Football Club will make a presentation to Council tonight (Tuesday) as they bid to push their application for a new 3G pitch at The Showgrounds over the line.
MANCHESTER United legend Harry Gregg could be bronzed in a statue in Coleraine Town Centre.
NORTHERN Regional College is embarking on a series of events across its campuses to promote and create a culture with the health and well-being of the workforce at the heart of its planned activities.
NRC students are taking part in the series of workshops across the college to create business Ideas that could improve their local area and at the same time be enterprising and commercially viable.
The Neighbourhood Renewal Health Coordinator has linked in with the Physical Activity Coordinator for the Northern Trust to organise a Walk Leaders training course in the Coleraine area.
A 55-YEAR-OLD woman from Portrush was intoxicated at Causeway Hospital where she was abusive to staff telling them it was their “f--king job” to get her a lift home and then she phoned police asking for them for transport to her house.
THE site of the former Strand Hotel, for many years an eyesore blighting Portstewart, has been demolished.
TODAY The Coleraine Times can reveal the shocking scale of hunger among families and young people in Coleraine.
A PUPIL from Coleraine High School has won an art competition organised by RiverRidge Recycling.
A group of Coleraine friends will be pounding the pavements at the Belfast City Marathon in memory of a loved one who died from cancer.
A Coleraine residents group is calling on DRD Roads Service to tackle a parking issue to prevent a child being killed on a local street.
A LOCAL MLA says people in rural areas have no idea how to get in contact with police.
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