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  • Rasharkin Parade Passes Off Peacefully

    Friday (18th August) nights parade in the village of Rasharkin has once again passed off relatively peacefully and in accordance with the Parades Commission determination despite having to finish 30 minutes earlier that requested.

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  • Rasharkin Parade – Parades comission imposes conditions.

    Ballymaconnelly Sons of Conquerors parade is due to take place in Rasharkin on Friday the 18th August at 7pm where the band along with 24 others will parade throught the village. Dispite the parade passing off in recent years without… Read More ›

  • Police in Causeway Coast and Glens are rolling out an Operation Exposure social media campaign

    Police in Causeway Coast and Glens are rolling out an Operation Exposure social media campaign which will see images of people officers want to identify published on local Facebook pages.  Chief Inspector Mark McClarence explains: “You will see images of… Read More ›

  • Coleraine digital education platform to provide boost to local businesses

    A new online education platform launching in September is set to revolutionise local businesses by providing cutting-edge digital skills training designed to increase productivity, performance and sales. Triovia has been months in the making and boasts talent worldwide from developers… Read More ›

  • More counterfeit notes in circulation

    Please be aware of possible counterfeit Bank of Scotland £20 notes. We have dealt with numerous stores today that have fallen victim to these notes in and around the Portrush area. If you have any information or believe to be… Read More ›

  • Goods stolen from yard in Ballymoney

    ***WARNING*** A quantity of new Husqvarna ride on lawn mower and chain saws have been stolen from R BARKLEYS & SONS depo in Ballymoney, in the early hours of Monday morning the 7th of August 2017 If any one seen… Read More ›

  • Local male caught in child grooming sting

    Late Sunday night a male from the Dunloy area was caught in a sting carried out by a group connected to 'Silent Justice' in relation to the grooming of a 14-year-old girl (a decoy in this case).

  • Weirdest travel complaints revealed!!

    So we’re mid summer holidays (despite the weather some days) and many will be heading off on holidays. But what do us folk like better that a good holiday? ….A GOOD COMPLAINT!! Here are some of the weirdest complaints received… Read More ›

  • Damage caused to box and charger of a defibrillator

    Police are appealing for information following an incident of criminal damage caused to a protective box and charger of a defibrillator at Main Street, Cloughmills. Inspector O'Brien said "It is believed the incident occurred outside Cloughmills Primary School sometime between… Read More ›