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Buildings to light up in support of Westminster victims

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Books of condolence for London terror victims

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Fortwilliam Musical Society proudly present Emma Dallas as Natalie and Daniel May as Chad, in their production of All Shook Up.

Daniel gets ‘All Shook Up’

Music

Concerns raised over spend on consultants

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Adults take part in team building event at Craigavon Leisure Centre

Education

Diabetes event at Oxford Island

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Lurgan man Colin embarks on a week long tour of America

Music

Lockhart visits world class shamrock firm

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Ceira Eakin and her brother-in-law Philip Ewart. INPT12

Philip sole survivor of rare blood condition

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Wood pellets

Poultry firm among biggest RHI recipients

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WATCH: Dramatic moment R-driver has lucky escape at ‘dangerous’ junction

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Accident

The Main Street in Moira has re-opened

Transport

Concerns over speed at Plantation Road

Transport

Local MP in lockdown after ‘terrorist incident’ in London

Crime
Maghaberry Prison.

Prison drugs trafficking probe: Five people arrested are released on bail

Crime
Police accident sign

Five cars involved in M1 collision between Luran and Moira

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Police

Lisburn police praise locals who helped them arrest burglary and arson suspects

Crime

Adults take part in team building event at Craigavon Leisure Centre

Education
Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful, Eco-Schools were delighted to host a Teachers Conference at Stranmillis University College focusing on the importance of Outdoor Learning. During the event they were thrilled to award Eco-Teacher of the Year to Mr Coleman, St Francis Primary School, Lurgan. Pictured with the St Francis Eco-Committee who nominated their teacher are L-R: Dr Sue Christie, Vice Chair Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful; Mr Coleman, St Francis Primary; and Dr Ian Humphreys, CEO Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

Go to the top of the ‘eco-class’, Mr Coleman, say St Francis pupils

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Dame Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell.

‘What have the Irish done for us?’

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Lauren McBrien and Sadie Wilson.

Picture: Philip Magowan

Youths become a real hit with the residents of Aghnacloy Care Home

Education
Receiving the award from past winner Kevin Dodds is Aaron Furphy (left) of Boyce Engineering.

Magheralin company awarded three-star status in IEA scheme

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Lockhart visits world class shamrock firm

Business
Stop sexual harrassment

How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace

Business
April Cromie with her pet lamb, Gizmo, in class at Greenmount

Little Gizmo proves a big hit on campus

Business
Poultry will not feature at this year's Balmoral Show due to the ongoing threat of bird flu

RUAS cancels poultry section at Balmoral due to bird flu threat

Business

Social Media: Reaction to Martin McGuinness’ death

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has died

Health
This chart represents children aged four and under in 2011.
It stems from the 2011 census, and represents the answers parents gave when asked what religion the children were, or were being brought up in.
49.2% said Catholic, 36.4% Protestant or other Christian. 
The exact figures were 61,225 Catholics,  45,240 Protestants, 16,692 No religion, and 1,225 Other religion

Catholic population set to dwarf Protestants in years ahead

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The advertisement for the Easter Rising commemoration in Armagh, featuring Lord Mayor Keating

Mayor under fire over Easter Rising commemoration

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Burning wood pellets

In full: List of non-domestic RHI claimants published today

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Go to the top of the ‘eco-class’, Mr Coleman, say St Francis pupils

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Receiving the award from past winner Kevin Dodds is Aaron Furphy (left) of Boyce Engineering.

Magheralin company awarded three-star status in IEA scheme

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Diabetes event at Oxford Island

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has died

Health
Fruit and veg

Do you really need to eat ten portions of fruit and veg a day?

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See the Northern Lights

Top 50 things everyone should do by the age of 50

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