The headmaster of Dalriada School has praised the “superb range of achievements in every aspect of school life” in the face of declining school budgets and a lack of decision-making due to the absence of a government at Stormont,
‘Well, well, Hello Dolly...it’s so nice to have you back where you belong’ - that’s what Riverside Theatre audiences will be saying later this week as Portrush Music Society take to the stage there with the much-loved classic musical.
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.
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.
As college and university students prepare for a new academic year, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is encouraging students to keep safe by being aware of potential hazards in their home or student accommodation.
The annual Senior Prizegiving was held at Loreto College Coleraine on September 13 and the principal Michael James welcomed back to the school former pupil Barry Dallat, restaurateur and businessman, as guest speaker for the event.
Coleraine Historical Society’s monthly talk programme continues on Tuesday, September 18, with a talk from Norman Thorpe of the Shackleton Aviation and Space Museum who is an expert in WWII Aviation history.