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A taste of the Causeway Coast

The Causeway Coast and Glens Food Network has marked the legacy of the Year of Food and Drink with a special celebration event.

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New research from the NSPCC has found that four out of five children felt social media companies arent doing enough to shield them from upsetting, dangerous, and adult content.

Four in five kids feel social media companies are failing to protect them

Social media companies aren’t doing enough to protect young adults, according to new research from the NSPCC.

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Foodovation manager at North West Regional College Brian McDermott, welcomes celebrity chef Tony Singh to the college. During his time at Strand Road Campus Tony took a tour of the Foodovation Centre and spoke to Hospitality and Catering students.

This celebrity chef just visited North West College Foodovation Centre

A celebrity chef who was recently awarded an MBE by the Queen for his services to food and drink, has made a flying visit to North West Regional College’s (NWRC) innovative Foodovation Centre.

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WATCH: Have YOU clocked in yet to see 9 to 5 The Musical?

Have you clocked in yet to catch 9 to 5 the Musical which runs in the Riverside Theatre in Coleraine from April 28 - May 6?

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Paul Braithwaite.

‘Tech for good’ links for business

A unique ‘tech for good’ project has paired two Londonderry community organisations with a leading tech company to harness the power of digital technology in order to make big changes to social problems.

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The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Alderman Maura Hickey, helps to launch the Volunteers Week Vintage Tea Parties with Ruth McNeill from Causeway Volunteer Centre, Mary McNickle from Causeway Volunteer Centre, Ashleen Schenning from Limavady Volunteer Centre and Catherine Farrimond from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

Vintage tea party for Volunteers’ Week

Vintage Tea Parties are being held in Limavady, Portrush, Ballycastle and Ballymoney to mark Volunteers’ Week.

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Flight delay

Most common reason for flight delay compensation revealed

Was your flight delayed over the Easter break? If you’ve been sat twiddling your thumbs in the departure lounge over the holidays and hoping for a pay out your claim will be more successful if the delay is due to a technical glitch according to latest research.
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Limavady members of 9 to 5 The Musical by Portrush Music Society - Joanne Palmer, Peter Vamos and Robert and Addis Blair.

North West talent in 9 to 5 musical

There is a strong element of talent from the north west in the forthcoming production of Portrush Music Society’s 9 to 5 The Musical.

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Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

What a way to make a living!

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VIDEO: Come to 9 to 5 The Musical, says Violet

“9 to 5 The Musical is the perfect show for anyone who has ever wanted to string up their boss...which is most of us”: DOLLY PARTON.

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Catherine McCann pictured at North West Regional College Hairdressing Salons where she will have her entire head shaved for charity by hairdressing lecturer Deborah McDaid. Also pictured are students Michelle Duffy, Jessica McColgan, Courtney Clarke, Emma Duffy, Michaela Doherty and Tara Duffy.

Catherine to have head shaved LIVE on Facebook

A lecturer in hairdressing at North West Regional College at Strand Road will completely shave the head of one of her closest friends, live on Facebook, in a bid to raise money for Cancer Research.

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Things to do over Easter on the Causeway Coast

Things to do over Easter on the Causeway Coast

Not sure what you’re doing this Easter?

Here is some information of what’s going on in the Causeway Coast area over the Easter break...!

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Luke Baldrick from Londonderry-Derry pictured at the Tower of London, a reoccurring location throughout the four series, to reveal his personal connections.

Baldrick was a local man who fought in WW1

Did you know that the ‘REAL’ Baldrick was from Londonderry-Derry who fought in WW1?

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Plain sailing for Culmore

Plain sailing for Culmore

Clergy and parishioners of Christ Church, Culmore, Muff and Saint Peter’s (CCCMSP) have completed a 10-day-long cross-community project to build a fully functioning ancient Irish currach, under the expert guidance of master boat-builder Donal Mac Polin from the Traditional Boats of Ireland co-operative.

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Latest What’s on Guide launched

Latest What’s on Guide launched

The Museums Service at Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has launched its latest ‘What’s On’ guide.

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Glenoe, County Antrim

Picture Special: Nineteenth century Ireland has been revealed in a series of photochrom postcards

The spectacular images show still familiar sites and locations

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VIDEO: Relic hunter wants to reunite families of 14,000 Second World War heroes with dog tags

A relic hunter has launched an extraordinary appeal to reunite the families of over 14,000 Second World War heroes with their dog tags - after he found them buried in a field.

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Seamus Heaney.

Genealogy: The county that gave us Seamus Heaney and Danny Boy

This is the third instalment of our quick tour round the counties to remind us of the pleasure that versifiers give us.

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