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Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI fundraiser in Whitehead

The East Antrim branch of Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI will hold its annual antiques and craft fair on Saturday, May 5.


IN PICTURES: 22 images that will leave you nostalgic for the 1990s

We’ve trawled the archive to bring you images of everyday life in Northern Ireland during the 1990s.

Liam Neeson

Schoolchildren to help Liam Neeson name Ballymena’s new outdoor hub

Primary school children in Ballymena have just two weeks to help Hollywood superstar Liam Neeson name an iconic new meeting place in the heart of the town.

Alistair and his son after the Viking Voyage ride

Getting a flavour of Tayto Park

Alistair Bushe and his family enjoyed the thrills and spills of the Co Meath theme park

Enjoy a break at Grove Fort in Co Down

Bargain breaks at home and abroad

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Northern Ireland men in driving seat for Fast & Furious Live show

Northern Ireland men in driving seat for Fast & Furious Live show

A Lamborghini and a submarine together in a high-octane, live stunt show can only mean one thing - Fast & Furious Live is set to roar into Belfast next month at the SSE Arena.

The Gobbins cliff walk and viewing platform

The Gobbins returns as top-of-the-world scenic and historic cliff-side pathway

The leading, global, travel-publisher Lonely Planet recently crowned Belfast and the Causeway Coast as “the world’s best region to visit” in 2018.

Marco Pierre White spoke to News Letter journalist Graeme Cousins in the Park Avenue Hotel in Belfast yesterday.'Picture by Arthur Allison.

Marco Pierre White: even the cafe down the road is competition to me in Belfast

World-renowned chef Marco Pierre White was in Belfast yesterday to remind people of his credentials as the first overseas celebrity chef to put down roots in Northern Ireland.

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WATCH: Meghan Markle’s best wishes to NI couple ahead of wedding day

Royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle has wished a Co. Antrim couple well ahead of their shared wedding date next month.


IN PICTURES: Rewind 15 years to life in Northern Ireland in 2003

Rewind 15 years to look back at life in Northern Ireland with our gallery guide to 2003.

Jean-Christophe Novelli has embraced Northern Ireland's tea-drinking culture

Something’s brewing ... it’s time to celebrate tea

Ahead of National Tea Day this Saturday, a day for tea-totallers across the land to celebrate their favourite tipple, we asked a few famous Northern Ireland folk about their tea-drinking habits

Canon EOS 200D Digital SLR Camera,

Gadgets: 5 of the best cameras

We look at 5 of the best cameras

Portable barbecue.

Gardening: 5 of the best outdoor dining tools

We look at 5 of the best outdoor dining tools

Tommy Banks

Food and Drink: Chef Tommy Banks likes to experiment with sweet and savoury tastes

Michelin star chef Tommy Banks, 28, likes to experiment with sweet and savoury.
Northern Ireland's first distilled gin is celebrating its fourth birthday

Northern Ireland’s first distilled gin celebrates its fourth birthday

As Northern Ireland’s first distilled gin celebrates its fourth birthday, we talk to David Boyd-Armstrong, who together with wife Fiona, created the prolific Shortcross Gin.

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Participants in the community clean-up in Cullybackey.

Cullybackey clean up volunteers praised for team effort

The involvement of so many young people in a community clean up augurs well for the future of Cullybackey, according to its organisers.

Nintendo Switch

Sega is bringing Sonic the Hedgehog to the Nintendo Switch

Japanese gaming giant Sega has confirmed it is bringing titles to the Nintendo Switch, including Sonic the Hedgehog.

A typical 'jolly' swagman, c 1901, with billy can and swag on his back

Festival at a new museum in Australia celebrates iconic song with Ulster links

“It’s there whenever Australians want to quell their fears, steel their resolve, express their joy, celebrate their victories or lament their defeats.”

Undated handout file photo issued by Essex Police of seven-year-old Summer Grant who died when a bouncy castle that two fairground workers had failed to "adequately anchor" to the ground was blown across a park with her inside it, a Chelmsford Crown Court has heard.

Father tells of efforts to save daughter from blown away bouncy castle

A father whose daughter died after a bouncy castle blew "30 to 50ft in the air" with her inside it has told a court how he desperately chased after the inflatable.

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