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    Primary wins £5m dream new school in funding comeback

    A CARRYDUFF primary school is to get its dream new building after all - just three months after its funding was pulled by the...

    House number campaign is launched

    House number campaign is launched ARDS and North Down Council is supporting a campaign to encourage all homes and businesses in the borough to clearly...

    After 50 years in the classroom Herbie is set to retire – maybe

      By Annie Stewart AT THE end of this academic year a local teacher will have been educating children for 50 years. Herbie Barr began teaching in...

    Residents angered over bridge plans for dual carriageway

    FOOTBRIDGE OUTRAGE By Iain Gray RESIDENTS of Ards’ Bangor Road fear their lives will be made a misery by a council move to build a footbridge...

    Tributes paid to former Portaferry man who touched many

    Tributes paid to former Portaferry man who touched many TRIBUTES have been paid to former Portaferry man, Joe Breen OBE, who died on Monday after...

    All day parkers causing problems for residents

    Newtownards people angry at ongoing parking issues By Sarah Curran A NEWTOWNARDS man says he is ‘fed up’ with irresponsible motorists blocking residential parking. Since moving to...

    DfI criticised by one of Britiain’s best kept towns 

    DfI criticised by one of Britiain’s best kept towns  By Annie Stewart RESIDENTS of a multi-awarding local town are taking things into their owns hands to...

    ‘Help make our invisible, visible’

    Campaigner speaks out during Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome awareness month  By Julie Waters  A DEDICATED campaigner is helping ‘make our invisible, visible’ by sharing her powerful story during...

    Council appoints new chief exec

    MEET the new boss of Ards and North Down Council - Susie McCullough. A senior official on the council for the last seven years, she’s...

    She was bubbly, happy and always smiling

    Vigil planned for Comber woman after murder By Annie Stewart A VIGIL will take place in Comber on Friday evening in memory of local woman Kat...

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