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Ballymoney Chronicle Nov 13
The Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops! Our front page leads with the Police refusing to deny claims made by a Coleraine based councillor that 32 people in the Ballymoney and North Antrim area have been spoken to about their safety over the last 12 days.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Nov 6
This week's Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page leads with the news that William Dunlop was inducted into the Causeway Coast and Glens Sports Council's Hall of Fame last Saturday. As ever, there is all your council news, court round-up and sports content.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Oct 30
This week's Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page story leads with Sinn Fein MLA Philip McGuigan calling upon DUP MLA Mervyn Storey to apologise for referring to the Pope as the 'Antichrist'. There is also a full round-up of court, council and sports news.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Oct 23
Good morning readers, the Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. This week we reveal that a new mental health group has been set-up by a Ballymoney man in a bid to aid sufferers. As ever, there is all the latest council news, courts and sports coverage.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Oct 16
Good morning readers, the Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page leads with the news that over 740 pensioners’ flu jabs have been delayed due to the lack of a new vaccine. There is also a full round-up of council news, courts and sport.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Oct 9
This week’s Ballymoney Chronicle is now available in the shops. Our front page reports on Ballymoney’s town status as a ‘local hub’ rather than a ‘main hub’ with a local prominent architect warning that B'money could lose out on transport and housing priority. Plus more!
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Ballymoney Chronicle Oct 2
Good morning! This week’s Ballymoney Chronicle is now in the shops. Our front page leads with the Cochrane family who are hoping to raise £15,000 to send their daughter to Panama City for life changing treatment. There is also a full round-up of courts, council news and sport.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Sep 18
This week's is now available in the shops - Man arrested following an Internet paedophile sting in the town. - CC&G Council defend their decision to pay for a table at Ian Paisley’s constituency dinner. - 15 new jobs in Cloughmills Plus much more!
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Ballymoney Chronicle Aug 28
This week’s Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page news leads with an apology from Joe Mahon as the TV personality failed to turn up to Ballymoney & District Gardening Club 90th anniversary show. There is also a full round-up of court, council news and sport
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Ballymoney Chronicle Aug 21
Good morning readers, this week’s Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page leads with the news that a pervert has been jailed for exposing himself to a young girl in a convenience store. There is a full round-up of council, court and sports news inside.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Aug 14
The Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. We lead with the Adam Gilmour inquest as the coroner expresses his concerns that the walking route was ‘not safe’ We also report on Ian Paisley retaining a strong support of the North Antrim DUP despite his suspension.
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Kevin McAuley Aug 8
PLEASE RETWEET THANK YOU Remember the Coffee morning this Saturday at Ballycastle Presbyterian Church Hall 10am to 1pm for Dalriada Hospital patient fund
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Al Millar Aug 7
A 26 year old man has been arrested after a drugs bust in Townhead Street in Ballymoney around lunch time today (Tuesday August 7). The man has been arrested on suspicion of a number of drugs related offences. 50 cannabis plants were recovered at the property.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Aug 7
A 26 year old man has been arrested after a drugs bust in Townhead Street in Ballymoney around lunch time today (Tuesday August 7). The man has been arrested on suspicion of a number of drugs related offences. 50 cannabis plants were recovered at the property.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Aug 7
Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our front page leads with local girl Katie Mullan who helped Ireland reach the final of the Hockey World Cup in London. We also have an exclusive story with a family of a B'money boy who was saved by his elder brother’s bone marrow.
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Al Millar Aug 6
The Petition of Recall notification letters in respect of Ian Paisley MP, arrived in many households across North Antrim today. For the latest developments in this and other stories see The Chronicle in shops first thing tomorrow (Tuesday) morning.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Jul 24
Good morning readers...the Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. - Inside this week’s paper we have an exclusive interview with Ian Paisley who says he will fight to save his political career. There is also a full round-up of courts and sport.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Jul 17
This week’s Ballymoney Chronicle is now available to buy. Our front page leads with the news that Ballymoney’s foodbank has seen an 18% increase of usage since the introduction of Universal Credit. There is also a full round-up of courts, local news and sport.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Jul 3
Good morning readers...this week’s Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Our lead story is a tribute to Ballymoney historian Alex Blair who passed away at the weekend. There is also a full round-up of courts, council & sport.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Jun 27
Replying to @BBC
Looks like a rubber prosthetic
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