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    Conway Square’s latest move

    By Sarah Curran VISITORS and shoppers in Newtownards may have noticed some unusual street furniture which has appeared in Conway Square. Chequered tables and benches appeared...

    104 year-old hall still providing space for passionate pipers and drummers

    By Annie Stewart A 104 year-old band hall in Moneyreagh is still providing a space for pipers and drummers to practise. Ballykeel Black Watch Pipe Band...

    ‘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...

    Award presented to hospital midwife

    AN ULSTER Hospital ward sister has received the Hazel McCalister Exceptional Midwife Award for her dedicated care for new mothers and their babies. Receiving the...

    Council urged to crack down on vape sale to children

    By Lesley Walsh MEASURES to prevent the sale of single use vapes to underage children should be a ‘top priority’ for Ards and North Down...

    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...

    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...

    Shannon selected by DUP to fight Strangford election

    AS expected the DUP has selected sitting MP Jim Shannon to contest the Strangford constituency poll at the forthcoming general election. Mr Shannon, who was...

    School encourages pupils to talk PANTS

    Ballygowan school works with NSPCC on safety campaign   By Annie Stewart ALEXANDER Dickson Primary School has teamed up with the NSPCC  to celebrate the first annual...

    Criticism of ‘tortoise pace’ council over Portavogie 3G pitch development

    By Lesley Walsh ARDS and North Down Council has ‘dropped the ball’ on plans to develop a 3G sports pitch in Portavogie, a local councillor...

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