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Into Film Festival on its way!

Into Film Festival on its way!

Coleraine is one of the locations as the world’s biggest youth film festival visits Northern Ireland on November 7-23, with 21,677 free places available for film screenings and events for 5-19 year-olds.

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NI Music Prize announces concert line up

NI Music Prize announces concert line up

As part of this year’s Sound of Belfast Festival, the NI Music Prize winner will be announced on November 15, following a concert at the Ulster Hall with performances from six of the nominees.

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Safe Church programme training

Would your church like to assist in helping your local area to become a ‘Safe Community’ for people living with domestic violence or abuse?

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Tourism Ireland invited international golf journalists to visit Northern Ireland this week.  They are pictured on the stunning first tee at Portstewart Golf Club.'Left to right - Miguel Bargero (Spain); Pietro Busconi (Italy); Johnny Medhurst, caddy; Li Chao (China); Curtis Gillespie (Canada); Sam Arthur (Australia); Juergen Linnenbuerger (Germany) and Hans Botman (Netherlands).

‘Tee-ing up’ Royal Portrush and The 148th Open!

Golfers in Germany, Canada, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, China and Australia – and potential golf holidaymakers for Northern Ireland – are set to read or hear all about our world-class golf, following a visit by leading golf journalists from those countries.

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David OBrien presents Karen McLaughlin with her winners trophy. (photo Richard McLaughlin)

Busy week for Springwell runners

It was another busy and successful week for Springwell RC, with local road and trails races in Portglenone, Portrush and Davagh Forest and marathon running at what proved to be a historic Berlin Marathon.

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Enjoying Garvagh show are  Ivan Smith, David McAleese, Bertie Fullerton and Tillie Fullerton.

Garvagh Show a great success

The renowned Garvagh Show made a comeback on September 1, with the Garvagh Clydesdale and Vintage Vehicle Club welcoming hundreds of visitors from across Northern Ireland to the town, a turnout which is believed to be their largest to date.

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