Coleraine Times

Abortion stance of gang-like SF strikes at vital republican values: ex-MLA

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CS spray justified in Portrush incident

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Foundation Art and Design student Olivia Campbell, Portrush displays her textile work at North West Regional College's annual end of year Art Show at Limavady Campus.

NWRC’s end of year Art Exhibition success

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Civic reception held for school’s Champion rowers

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Royal Mail’s ‘warped mindset’ on flag policy after World Cup ban

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Man ‘jumped into harbour after taking pills and vodka’

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‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

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A service of reflection was held to mark the 45th anniversary of the Railway Road bombing in Coleraine. Relatives of those who died were among those who attended the event on Sunday, along with members of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council. Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia

Coleraine bomb memorial boycotted by relatives because Sinn Fein mayor attended

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Europa League.

Tough Europa League draw for local sides

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Sean Hehir

ATHLETICS: Sean Hehir to be among the leaders at Lisburn Half Marathon

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Winning return for champions: Neil Campbell and Craig Parmenter win at Tandragee

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John Meara

Back to his best: John Meara with three from three in Athlone

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Special Olympics Ireland medal haul for Team Ulster

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POLL | Who will win the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in Russia?

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Weekends to forget for Martin Barr and Graeme Irwin

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Army sending battle tank to Coleraine

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New interactive map tackles embarrassment around debt advice

Arts
The band on their most recent tour ' Aaron, Lauren, Luke and Taylor, with manager Phil McAlister (far right) and tech Chris Harris (red shirt)

From Bertha’s Bar to Ulster Hall, Castlerock brother and sister rocking up a storm

Music
One of the destroyed life-saving pieces of equipment at Runkerry Beach.

Council appeal about life-line vandalism

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Dr Ian Elliott and his mum Mary.

Ballymoney man’s challenge for his dear mum

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80s Night for NI Birth Trauma charity

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