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Caller praised for tipping off police after spotting suspected drink driver

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Sir William Hastings

Hotelier Sir William Hastings dies aged 89

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Church hosts evening of festive music and readings

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Be aware: PSNI warning over 'Apple' email scam targeting bank details

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Weather warning: roads still icy this morning

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Damaged police constable’s watch

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Warning for defendant over drugs offences

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Amid media reports this week that 40% of young people in Northern Ireland are now obese, an awards ceremony in Portadown has shown how a key initiative encourages children to lead a healthy lifestyle. The Portadown Gets Active Youth Programme which ran over the summer was funded by the McClay Foundation and supported by Craigavon-headquartered Almac, and delivered through the Children and Young People�"s Strategic Partnership (CYPSP) with partners Children in Northern Ireland, Pathway Activities NI, Oasis Youth Project, Education Authority, Public Health Agency and Brakes. 80 young people who completed the programme were presented with Open College Network (OCN) accredited awards at a special celebration event. From left Pauline Neeson, chief executive, Children in Northern Ireland; participant Anastasia Wisniewska; Alan Armstrong, CEO, Almac Group; participant Tania Guterres and front row, participants Beatriz Fore and Antony Olveira.

Young people encouraged to get more active

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Car in ‘dangerous condition’

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Stephen Baxter. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Crusaders’ Stephen Baxter keeping focus on long term ahead of Glenavon test

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WATCH: Ulster winger Jacob Stockdale keeping his feet on ground as Harlequins arrive in Belfast

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Lurgans Oliver McCollum (second left), Stephen Hanna of...Donacloney Mill and Greg Thompson of Waringstown pictured at the draw for the Northern Cricket Unions Arthur J Gallagher Senior Challenge Cup. The draw was made by Shane Matthews, regional managing director of AJG, and the vice president of the NCU, Richard Johnson.

CRICKET: Arthur J Gallagher Senior Challenge Cup draw

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IRISH CUP: Kris Lindsay highlights league lift from Glenavon cup run ahead of Carrick Rangers clash

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RUGBY: Ulster could consider Jacob Stockdale at centre

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IN FULL: Irish Cup fifth round draw

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CRICKET: Mixed luck for cricketers in cup draws

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All I Want For Christmas Is You - Mariah Carey

Greatest ever Christmas top 40 songs

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The Last Jedi: Do you have Star Wars toys at home that are worth thousands?

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Low-cost airline giving travellers more bang for their buck

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The Christmas dinner pizza

Asda launch full Christmas dinner pizza with all the trimmings

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Volunteer Ted Harrison; Chief Executive, Judith Cairns and Chair Mrs Helen Clarke prepare for the grand opening of the new offices in Waringstown.

Local charity prepares for official opening of newly renovated office

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