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Gear up for Armoy Road Races week 2018

The Armoy Road Races 2018 is back with a full list of activities to mark the tenth anniversary.

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Rev David Clarke.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Lucy Giles’ pattern for living

Lucy Giles is no ordinary lady.

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Some of those who attended the Volunteers' Week Event at the Royal Court Hotel in Portrush.

Celebrating our fantastic volunteers

Volunteers in the Causeway Coast and Glens, particularly those living with a disability, have been celebrated during Volunteers Week.

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New Station Road Post Office opens

New Station Road Post Office opens

As part of an exciting modernisation and investment programme taking place across the Post Office network, a brand new Post Office has opened at SuperValu, 162 Station Road, Portstewart.

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MLA Claire Sugden joins Big Telly Theatre

MLA Claire Sugden joins Big Telly Theatre

Local independent MLA, Claire Sugden, previously the Minister for Justice is to become the newest member of Big Telly Theatre Company’s board.

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Safety concerns at Dunluce

Safety concerns at Dunluce

Local MLA Claire Sugden has expressed her concerns over traffic and parking issues at Dunluce Castle in Portrush.

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Maurice Bradley

New gynae suite is welcome boost says Bradley

DUP MLA Maurice Bradley has praised the Northern Trust for the addition of a state of the art treatment suite for gynaecological outpatient and day case treatments at Causeway Hospital.

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The audience at the 1979 Show.

Ballymoney Annual Flower Show flourishes into its 90th year

Ballymoney and District Gardening Club formally known as North Antrim Horticultural Association will be holding their 90th annual Garden Show on Saturday, August 18.

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Pictured enjoying the Gillian Adams Angel Foundation Colour Run event.

Charity run with a splash of COLOUR

The Gillian Adams Angel Foundation based in Stranocum were definitely tickled pink, blue, red, purple and yellow after the huge success of their Colour Run fundraising event.

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Pictured marking the launch of the M&S summer fundraising campaign in support of Action Cancer's Therapeutic Services are (l-r) Ross Graham, Franchise Sales Manager, Charles Hurt Toyota, Lindsey Malone, M&S Project Manager and Gareth Kirk, CEO at Action Cancer.

M&S set to make their mark for Action Cancer

M&S Coleraine colleagues are making their mark this summer as they support M&S Northern Ireland’s charity fundraising campaign, with the aim of raising £80,000 for Action Cancer’s counselling and therapeutic services.

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Winners Mi.Time being presented with their winning prize an expenses paid trip to Silicon Valley, California!

Dalriada pupils win trip to California

It’s approximately 5000 miles from Ballymoney to Silicon Valley, California.

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Castleroe Primary Prize Day winners.

Cups and shields galore for our Castleroe pupils

Castleroe Primary School held their very successful annual Prize Day last month.

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Emma member of Kilrea Senior Section.

Emma’s making a difference in her community

Emma Taggart, member of Kilrea Senior Section, will be making a difference in her community after joining Action for Change, the UK’s largest girl-led advocacy network set up by Girlguiding.

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Members of Ballymoney Hockey Club Under 15 team, winners of the Ulster Plate, pictured with the Deputy Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Councillor Trevor Clarke.

Hockey Club honoured at Civic Reception

The achievements of Ballymoney Hockey Club’s Under 15 players have been marked with a civic reception. The young players were welcomed to Cloonavin by the Deputy Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Cllr Trevor Clarke. They recently won the Ulster Plate after beating Ards 3 -0 in the final at Stormont, capping off a memorable season. Offering his congratulations, the Deputy Mayor said: “The reception was a fitting way for Council to recognise the achievements of these young hockey players and I would like to offer my thanks to the coaching staff, the players and their families for their commitment to the club. I have no doubt the team members have a very bright future in the sport.”

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Pictured at the opening of The Meadows are Sister Morag Boyd, broadcaster Sarah Travers and Caroline Diamond, Lead for Maternity and Gynaecology Inpatients.

Welcome to ‘The Meadows’ gynae suite

‘The Meadows,’ a state of the art, purpose built, two-bedded treatment suite for gynaecological outpatient and day case treatments at Causeway Hospital, has officially opened its doors and treated its first patients.

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RNLI calls for public to swim between red and yellow flags as beach lifeguards rescue three teenagers caught in rip current.

RNLI rescue three teenagers in Portrush

RNLI calls for public to swim between red and yellow flags as beach lifeguards rescue three teenagers caught in rip current.

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Brian and Kae McFetridge from Garvagh are pictured presenting a cheque for �740 in aid of British Heart Foundation NI to Joanne Glass, Heart Failure Nurse at the Causeway Hospital.

£740 from Brian’s 70th

Brian and Kae McFetridge from Garvagh are pictured presenting a cheque for £740 in aid of British Heart Foundation NI to Joanne Glass, Heart Failure Nurse at the Causeway Hospital.

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Sr Anne McWilliams of St Malachy's, Coleraine with International President of the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP), Renato Lima-de-Oliveira.

President honours Anne on first visit to region

International President of the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP), Renato Lima-de-Oliveira, who is from Brazil, recently visited Northern Ireland and Ireland for the first time.

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Eleanor and Matthew Heath from Coleraine graduate with first class honours in computing from Ulster University.

Sibling success at Ulster

A little competition between siblings is to be expected but the stakes were high for Eleanor and Matthew Heath who have been studying the same course for the past

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Mr. Samuel Alexander Blair, M.A. (1941-2018).

Alex Blair will always live on in local history

Tributes have been paid to a Ballymoney historian who “was a great storyteller and an important bridge to the past”.

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