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NI economic growth forecast remains at 1%

Antrim and Newtownabbey recorded the highest proportion of decisions made within target on planning applications for major development amongst all Northern Ireland Councils, figures recently published show.

Business
The grave of the Mallett brothers in Ardmore cemetery

The night the music died

An era when showbands ruled the music scene in Ireland has been recalled in a number of recent TV programmes, from the Ardal O’Hanlon documentary on the phenomenon’s halcyon days, to the shocking exposures of the Miami Showband Massacre.

Retro
Patrick Leggett, Group Sales Director and Lauren Kelly, Customer Success Manager at Xperience Group

Fifty years in business and still growing

Xperience Group, one of Northern Ireland’s longest established providers of IT solutions, has announced 32% year-on-year growth and 27% workforce growth as it celebrates 50 years of business success across the UK and Ireland.

Business
Golden scales of justice, gavel and books wood brown background

Horse stolen and sold

A man who stole a woman’s long time beloved ‘pet’ horse called ‘Flush’, which has never been located, has avoided jail on Valentine’s Day.

Crime
Court

Pair assaulted woman

A judge ordered two women who assaulted a woman outside the front door of The Countryman’s pub in Ballymena to each do 180 hours of unpaid work.

Crime
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