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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 16
Ballymoney performer shortlisted....
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Carrick-a-Rede Apr 16
After a few days of windy conditions at Carrick-a-Rede the bridge has been reopened again this morning. All visitors welcome, but please be careful as it is very wet onsite causing the path and steps to be a little slippy.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 16
This week's Ballymoney Chronicle has now hit the shops. Inside this week: - 'Utter shame' with festival 'in jeopardy'. - Padraig McShane steps down. - Tributes to the 'Van Man' - Photos from the Ballymoney Spring Fair.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 12
PSNI issue contaminated cocaine warning for counties Antrim and Londonderry...
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BallycastleChronicle Apr 11
The sun is shining in beautiful and what other way to enjoy lunch than alfresco? A wee dander by the seafront and harbour - and we have all this on our doorsteps! 🍦🥗🌞
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 9
Inside this week: - 'Hostile' crowd helps man to escape from police car. - Bushmills woman donates clothes to children in South America. - Ombudsman's investigation into Casey murder is complete. PLUS MORE!
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 3
DRIVER'S are advised to avoid the Garryduff Road, near Ballymoney following a single vehicle road traffic collision. Please find an alternative route, if possible. Drivers are also urged to drive with caution following reports of ice in the area.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 2
Inside this week - Community in shock after three separate families plunged into mourning. - 60 family members all putting the miles in for Cystic Fibrosis Trust. - Educational leaflets needed in all hire cars. - Ballymoney's Ralph becomes Charity's first ever Patron. PLUS MORE!
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Ballymoney Chronicle Apr 2
Inside this week - Community in shock after three separate families plunged into mourning. - 60 family members all putting the miles in for Cystic Fibrosis Trust. - Educational leaflets needed in all hire cars. - Ballymoney's Ralph becomes Charity's first ever Patron. PLUS MORE!
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 29
BREAKING: A serious fire at a commercial premises on the Kirk Road in Ballymoney, upwards of 30 firefighters are tackling the blazes which can be seen from miles around. Pic Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 29
PRIME Minister's Brexit plans have been defeated for a third time despite a large number of Tory rebels now backing it. The Commons voted against the deal by 344 votes to 286.
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SuppCommunities Mar 13
Wonder if anyone will spot their younger self in this photo! We think some of these young ones are from & that this was the Castle Community Centre in . NITAP staff members Brian Holmes & Fiona Stewart look on.
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Al Millar Mar 28
Ballymoney DUP candidates off to Causeway Coast and Glens Council Offices at Cloonavin this morning to present their nomination papers.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 27
WESTMINSTER indicative votes - no majority for any of the 8 motions in respect of the UK leaving EU. However legislation delaying departure from EU from Mar 31 to April 12 (if Mrs May's is deal not agreed) or May 22 if it is, was agreed. DUP will not support a third vote on deal
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 26
Inside this week's Ballymoney Chronicle - Parade 'shambles' safety fears - Ballymoney pulpil commended by chief of top UK humane organisation - Community Profile: Pastor Jon Ogle Also all your council news, courts round-up and sports coverage.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 12
Inside this week's Chronicle: - Police defend 'stop and search' policy. - Aaliyah is home again after stem cell treatment in Panama. - Hedges tree still open for offers amid Chinese interest. - Newpoint Players, Newry win 80th Ballymoney Drama Festival.
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 5
📝 | NEWS: Bushmills public house targeted Read more here 🔽
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 5
📝 | NEWS: 'Overwhelmed' as wee Aaliyah starts treatment Read more here 🔽
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 5
📝 | NEWS: Rates spending under spotlight Read more here 🔽
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Ballymoney Chronicle Mar 5
📝 | NEWS: Council agree to 'immediate works' after Dervock petition Read more here 🔽
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