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CS spray justified in Portrush incident

The Police Ombudsman has found that police officers were justified in using CS Spray against a juvenile during an incident in Portrush.

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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

Pictures from the end of year Art Exhibition at NWRC’s Limavady Campus which features a number of students from Coleraine, Limavady, Portrush, Ballymoney, Aghadowey, Garvagh, Loughguille and Ballykelly.

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Coleraine Grammar School Rowing Team pictured with the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Brenda Chivers, Dr David Carruthers, Coleraine Grammar School principal, Jeremy Johnston, Head Rowing Coach and Ross Cochrane, Assistant Rowing coach.

Civic reception held for school’s Champion rowers

The newly crowned Irish Champion rowers from Coleraine Grammar School have enjoyed a civic reception in Cloonavin.

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Royal Mail's Northern Ireland 'pride truck'

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

Royal Mail has set out limits for English workers when it comes to displaying their national flags during the World Cup, one day after revealing it has decked out a Belfast delivery lorry in the colours of gay pride.

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Portrush harbour

Man ‘jumped into harbour after taking pills and vodka’

A man accused of stealing clothes from a seaside department store jumped into a nearby harbour after taking 20 Tramadol pills and a bottle of vodka, the High Court heard on Thursday.

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‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

‘Lucky’ cow rescued from muddy reservoir

NI Water are used to working around reservoirs and reminding walkers and joggers of their dangers. However, last week staff were alerted to an unusual rescue at Leathemstown Reservoir, Lisburn after a cow ‘mooved’ into the disused reservoir that had been drained.

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VIDEO: Stop waiting for the perfect time - take action now!

In this week's Health, Fitness and Mindset blog, award winning personal trainer, Seamus Fox talks about motivating yourself to take action and making positive changes to your life.
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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

Some relatives of those killed in an IRA bomb attack boycotted a memorial service for the atrocity due to the presence of a Sinn Fein mayor at the event, it has been claimed.

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Wilson Atchison, 42, died following a two-vehicle crash on Friday

Tragic farmer Wilson Atchison ‘one of life’s true gentlemen’

A Co Antrim farmer who tragically lost his life in a road crash last week has been described as “one of life’s true gentlemen” by his colleagues.

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Army sending battle tank to Coleraine

The Army will be bringing one of its most impressive battle tanks to Coleraine on Saturday, June 23.

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Child taken to hospital after car overturns on busy road

A young child and an adult were taken to hospital after a car overturned on the Ballybogy Road near Bushmills.
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Councillors joined relatives and members of the public at the service in Coleraine town centre

Coleraine 1973 IRA bomb attack remembered at ‘dignified’ service

A “solemn, dignified” service has been held in Coleraine to remember the victims of a 1973 IRA bombing.

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Moderator-Designate Rev. Noble McNeely pictured at Presbyterian Church in Ireland Assembly Buildings, Belfast. Moderator-Designate Rev. Noble McNeely from First Holywood Presbyterian Church in County Down will officially take up office when he is formally elected and installed as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland at it's assembly in June.

Former Ballymoney minister begins last week as Moderator

Dr. Noble McNeely, whose first congregation was First Ballymoney Presbyterian, has spent his last full week as Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, ahead of the Church’s General Assembly, which openned last Monday.

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Hunt for gang responsible for spate of burglaries across Northern Ireland

Hunt for gang responsible for spate of burglaries across Northern Ireland

Police are hunting a criminal gang thought to be behind a series of burglaries at shops and filling stations right across Northern Ireland.

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Yellow weather warning for Northern Ireland,

Thunderstorm warning for Northern Ireland

A yellow weather warning is now in place for Northern Ireland with warnings of thunderstorms and flash flooding.

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Six to appear on cocaine charges

Six people are due to appear in court today (Saturday) in connection with the alleged possession and supply of cocaine.

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IN FULL: Northern Ireland recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours revealed

More than 90 people from Northern Ireland have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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Pictured, left to right, Superintendent Jeremy Lindsay and Detective Inspector Blemmings with some of the items, including suspected drugs, seized in the Coleraine area on Thursday.

Five arrested over illegal drugs

Detectives investigating illegal drugs activity in North Antrim have carried out a number of planned searches and arrested five people in the Coleraine area on Thursday.
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The then-Coleraine mayor, David Harding, lays a wreath at a service in 2013 marking the 40th anniversary of the IRA bomb

Sinn Fein mayor slammed for refusal to condemn Coleraine bomb

DUP MP Gregory Campbell has said the new Sinn Fein mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens looks set to “fail her first credibility test” by refusing to condemn an IRA bomb attack in Coleraine.

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Coleraine KFC worker set up his phone to film in toilets

Coleraine KFC worker set up his phone to film in toilets

A “seedy” voyeur who set up his mobile phone to video customers and staff using the toilets of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet where he worked has been spared jail.

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