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Relax and reset at the Slieve Donard

AN invitation to indulge in an afternoon of post summer skin restoration was readily accepted by this reporter at the luxurious Slieve Donard Resort and Spa. With the last of the summer wardrobe packed away, spa clients were filing through the spa doors in buttoned up jackets, hats and scarfs keen to comfort their bodies […]

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Glider ticket warning

TRANSLINK are introducing a penalty fare scheme from Monday that could see anyone travelling without a valid ticket £50 out of pocket. With services and the new off board ticketing system now in place for over a month, Translink is reminding customers to make sure they have their ticket and have tapped before they Glide. […]

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Richard’s new book is causing ‘Ructions’

FRESH from the success of his biography on close friend Gerry Conlon, West Belfast writer Richard O’Rawe is toasting his first work of fiction. Northern Heist hit bookshops this month and tells the story of protagonist James ‘Ructions’ O’Hare who puts together a crack team to rob the fictional National Bank in December 2004, all […]

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Pic of the Day, Friday October 12

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Pic of the day, Thursday, October 11

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Johnnies haven’t missed the boat insists McNulty

ST JOHN’S and Cushendall lock horns again this Sunday at Ballycastle two weeks on from their thrilling drawn semi-final in Dunloy. Cushendall battled back from being five points down in the closing stages to take the lead following a late free from Neil McManus. Yet, Ciaran Johnston had the final say on proceedings to nail […]

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