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Glorious grade two listed property

Glorious grade two listed property

This is a rare and unique opportunity to purchase the historic Inver Lodge. Beautifully maintained throughout, this four bedroom detached family residence is located on an impressive site on the outskirts of Larne town. This glorious grade two listed property dates back to the early 1800s and is set on extensive and commanding private gated grounds amongst terraced ornamental gardens with magnificent views over Larne Lough and the Mull of Galloway.

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The Food Standards Agency has suggested a family of four would need to spend �119 on groceries each week to maintain a healthy diet.

Feeding the family... why costs bite as price of food keeps on rising

Recently on a shopping trip to a local supermarket I picked up a small box of cereal. It was £4! Genuinely shocked, I checked the ingredients to see if this pricey breakfast food was perhaps laced with Beluga caviar, or white truffles, but no, it contained the usual stuff - wholegrain oat flakes, cane sugar, sunflower oil, etc.

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Stephanie Leckey, Community Resuscitation Lead, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service pictured with Laurence Ghisoiu, Senior Visitor Experience Officer, National Trust for the launch of the new heart defibrillator installed at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Defibrillator installed at Carrick-a-Rede

The National Trust have installed a new defibrillator along the one kilometre-long path leading to Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a popular destination for visitors along the Causeway Coastline.

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Holywood-style character and charm

Holywood-style character and charm

Set in the heart of Craigavad, a short stroll from the North Down coastline, this beautifully presented detached family home set in elegantly landscaped gardens has been recently refurbished and modernised by highly regarded builders, Heritage Homes.

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Tracy Collins from Cookstown received the Community Group SuperStar award, on behalf of Team Aspie, at a glittering awards ceremony at Titanic Hotel, which recognised over 30 inspirational individuals from across Northern Ireland. Pictured (L-R): Host Pamela Ballantine; Tracy Collins, Community Group SuperStar winner; and Brendan Gallen, Head of Marketing, Musgrave.

Cookstown’s Team Aspie scoops award

Cookstown community group, Team Aspie, was honoured with the title of Community Group Superstar at the final of SuperValu SuperStars for their work in supporting young people with autism and Asperger’s syndrome.

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