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A little piece of heaven in the Walled City

Nestled on a quiet street in the Maiden City is a recognised treasure - and a little piece of heaven.

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Putting young people at heart of community planning

Putting young people at heart of community planning

Representatives from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council have attended a conference about the role of young people in community planning.

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: Representatives of The Pavestone Centre in Coleraine, recipients of an award from the William Trust, Rhoda Baxter, Rodger Connor, Karen Harvey and Wendy Longshawe pictured with the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Councillor Joan Baird OBE.

Mayor hosts reception for William Keown recipients

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has hosted a reception for local groups who are making a difference to people with disabilities.

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Could you give little Bobby a “fur-ever” home?

Could you give little Bobby a “fur-ever” home?

Bobby is a beautiful eight-month-old special black Labrador who is searching for his forever home.

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Members of the 6th Londonderry (Waterside) Boys' Brigade who received Queen's Badges at their annual inspection in May 1989 - Ian McClay, Ivor Ramsey and Colin Caldwell. Standing - Jim McCarter, company captain; Dorothy McClay; Edith Ramsey and Doris Caldwell.

NOSTALGIA: recognise any faces?

We all love taking a wander down memory lane...

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Loreto students enjoy ski trip

Loreto students enjoy ski trip

A group of forty Year 9 and Year 10 students from Loreto College Coleraine recently spent a week in Bulgaria learning to ski, accompanied by four members of Loreto staff.

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Marty McLaughlin with Ben McGuckin, Head of Performance Analyst at Derry County GAA.(Submitted Image).

Study leads to a dream career

A Portglenone man says going back to school has helped him land his dream job.

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6 spots to dine in this Valentine’s Day across Northern Ireland

6 spots to dine in this Valentine’s Day across Northern Ireland

Valentine’s Day is upon us and couples across Northern Ireland have begun their annual search for the perfect way to spend February 14.

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The glorious Ballygally Castle Hotel

Are you Northern Ireland’s most romantic couple?

In honour of Valentine’s Day, we have teamed up with Hastings Hotels to find Northern Ireland’s most romantic couple and the chance for them to win an overnight stay in the beautiful Ballgally Castle Hotel, Co Antrim.

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GCSE Art students from Loreto College, Coleraine Grammar School and St Josephs College whose work is on display at Flowerfield Arts Centre until February 17.

Looking at Landscape exhibition by three local schools

GCSE Art & Design students from three local schools have been taking part in a Shared Education Project exploring landscapes of the north coast.

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Film screenings commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day

Film screenings commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day

Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre and Flowerfield Arts Centre will commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day with the screening of a critically acclaimed film this Friday.

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Do YOU have a head for heights?

Do YOU have a head for heights?

NIE Networks has launched its electrical power apprenticeship recruitment campaign to find its class of 2018.

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Davy Boyle MBE presents a cheque for �1,000 to the Cuil Rathain Benevolent Fund. Back row are Rosie Dickie, Hanna Reid and Q Radio presenter Denis McNeill. Front row left, David Rankin, trustee.

Davy, you’re a legend! Caring Caretaker presents charity cheques

Davy Boyle was hailed as a legendary and inspirational fundraiser after he presented £36,000 to charities and local groups.

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Loreto College student Susan McKendry, whose project was Highly Commended at the 2018 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, pictured with Martina Anderson MEP, Karen Mullan MLA and Padraig Whelton of BT.

Success for Loreto at BT Young Scientists competition

It was a successful and inspiring week for six sixth form students from Loreto College Coleraine, who represented their school at the 2018 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in Dublin.

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‘With a little bit of luck’ you’ve got My Fair Lady tickets

‘With a little bit of luck’ you’ve got My Fair Lady tickets

“With a little bit of luck” you have already booked your tickets for Ballywillan Drama Group’s production of ‘My Fair Lady’ in Coleraine’s Riverside Theatre.

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A musical evening hosted by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has helped to raise funds for a local older peoples support network. A total of �500 was presented to Causeway Older Active Strategic Team (COAST) - the Mayors chosen charity for the year. The Limavady based organisation provides support for older people across the Borough, especially those who are vulnerable or isolated.

Mayor presents cheque to COAST

A musical evening hosted by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has helped to raise funds for a local older people’s support network.

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Aine pictured left in 2007 before she attended University in Leeds, and right, October 2017 taking the 'Bike Bus' in Boston.

‘Buying a size 20 dress I thought, no more... I can’t continue like this’

New Year, New Me. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

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All eyes on ‘My Fair Lady’

All eyes on ‘My Fair Lady’

Specsavers in Coleraine has announced its sponsorship of Ballywillan Drama Group’s production of the award-winning musical My Fair Lady.

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A night at the  theatre, wouldn’t it  be ‘loverly’?

A night at the theatre, wouldn’t it be ‘loverly’?

Ballywillan Drama Group returns to the Riverside Theatre this month in the musical spectacular My Fair Lady.

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10,000 More Voices bereavement project

10,000 More Voices bereavement project

The Northern Health and Social Care Trust, Public Health Agency and Health and Social Care Board, are asking people who have experienced bereavement to share their story through the 10,000 More Voices Programme.

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