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‘Unprecedented’ loyalist protest in Ballymoney over Parades Commission rulings

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BREAKING: Five members of one family found dead in Cavan

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PACEMAKER BELFAST  29/08/2016
First day of Auld Lammas Fair draws huge crowds  in Ballycastle, Northern Ireland. Seamus McGee from Dungannon pictured at IRELAND'S oldest market fair welcomed thousands of visitors once again yesterday to the Co Antrim seaside town of Ballycastle.
Horse trading drew many of the crowds who lined the main streets as the weather was kind during the first day of the Auld Lammas Fair.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Sunshine draws huge crowds to Lammas Fair

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Teen laid to rest after tragedy

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McCallister: Nama probe ‘will be quietly mothballed’

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Peter Barry’s funeral is held in his home city of Cork

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Man in coma ‘after beating from friend on night out’

Crime
The Yes Minister series satirised the interchange between civil servants and ministers. Image from the programme credits

NI politicians agree that ‘Yes Minister’ was amusingly real

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Belfast man charged with threat to kill mother

Crime
Michael Dunlop on his way to victory on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69 in the Superbike race at the Classic TT.

Classic TT: Michael Dunlop seals double with Superbike win and lap record

Motorcycling
Ulster's Ruan Pienaar

RUGBY: Ulster hopeful of Pienaar return

Rugby
Michael Dunlop celebrates his Classic TT Junior win with the Black Eagle MV Agusta team.

Classic TT: Michael Dunlop wins thrilling Okells Junior race

Motorcycling
Finbar McGrady (Newry Triathlon Club) winner of the firmus energy Newry City Triathlon. Pic by Columba O'Hare.

TRIATHLON: McGrady and Wylie top Newry standings

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NW CRICKET: Mark Olphert’s men win O’Neill’s Ulster Plate

Cricket

INSTITUTE: Changes expected for Welders League Cup tie

Football

ATHLETICS: All set for Waterside Half Marathon on Sunday

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NW CRICKET: Fox Lodge secure place back in Premier League

Cricket
Avicii at Tennents Vital.

Photo Samuel Severn / Newsletter

IN PICTURES: Avicii wows thousands of fans at Vital

Music
Natasha Corrett

‘Fail to prepare and you should prepare to fail’

Arts
Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis and guitarist Josh Klinghoffer on stage at Tennent's Vital. Pic by Freddie Parkinson, PressEye

Chili Peppers spice up opening day of Tennent’s Vital

Music

Why Portugal is above par when it comes to golf

Travel
My Wild Life by Simon Cowell, published by Michael O'Mara

‘I want to be the next David Attenborough’

Lifestyle
Slugs are common pests in any garden

Biological warfare should be best approach against pests

Lifestyle