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NI issued with SEVERE weather warning

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All smiles after receiving their A-level results are, from left, Kathryn Martin (A,B,C), Taylor Davis (A*, A, A), Grace Greenaway (B, B, C) and Ryan Daly (A, B, B). INPT34-201.

‘Wonderful’ College A-level results the best in five years

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Alleged child sex groomer Richard David McCrea leaving Craigavon court.

Made upwards of 100 malicious calls

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Some of the top performing 'A' Level students at Lismore Comprehensive School following the release of results last week. Pictured are back row from left, Rosemary Lavery, vice principal, Mise Haddock, Alicia Mckeown, Aoife O'Hara, Shauna Lennon, vice principal, and Fiona Kane, principal. Front from left, Jake Coleman, Adam McShane, Peter Lappin and Michael McCoy. INLM34-210.

Lismore pupils have 97% A level pass rate

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Gym machine stolen

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Summer returns for parts of Britain ... but it won’t reach Northern Ireland

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Collision on Loughgall Road

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Lurgan College students praised for AS Level results

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Lurgan College principal, Mr Trevor Robinson, front centre, pictured with the top performing 'A' level students following the release of results last week. INLM34-207.

‘Remarkable results’ for Lurgan College

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Cllr Keith Haughian (Sinn Fein).

Sinn Fein calls for more dog litter bins across Lurgan town

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Parking tickets issued per TOWN revealed

Transport

A1 southbound lane closures this weekend

Transport
A car going under the train barrier

WATCH: Translink appeals for safety first on the Railways this summer

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Ellen Macfarlane.

Police pay tribute to girl’s lifesaving actions on motorway

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Warning after lorry pulled over at bogus checkpoint

Crime
Police officers stand next to the van involved on an attack in Las Ramblas

Barcelona terror attack: PSNI issue advice to holidaymakers

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Around 60,000 parking fines were given out in Northern Ireland between January and June of this year

NI drivers get 10,000 parking fines every month

Crime
Buses vandalised in Craigavon

Buses vandalised in Craigavon

Crime

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education
Jonathan Graham, Almac, Peter McDermott, John Murphy, Conor McCavigan, Niall Loney, Jamie Lamont, and Patrick McAliskey, Novosco Managing Director.

Local students complete prestigious Novosco Cloud Camp

Education
Aaron Steele.

Aaron overcomes all obstacles to graduate

Education
A sad child - NSPCC image

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health

Family offers reward in bid to recover stolen Massey

Business

Let’s hear it for the women in our farming community

Business

Farming Life Awards: Farm to fork success story for Cloughbane’s Lorna

Business
Power NI MD Stephen McCully

Price hike as Power NI confirms 5.6% increase

Business

Anonymous ex-politicians to launch new unionist website

Politics
Belfast born actor, Martin McCann, plays one of the lead characters in 'Maze'.

WATCH: New film about 1983 IRA prison escape out next month

Politics
DUP MLA Jim Wells and part of the letter written by Ms. Somers.

Christian mother of two gay sons writes open letter to DUP MLA

Politics
DUP councillor, Tom Smith.

There’s nothing wrong with being gay, says DUP councillor

Politics
Alan McQuillan

Gay Pride row: Ex-top PSNI man says officers should not parade with Orange

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Work to start on speed humps for notorious Lurgan ‘rat run’

Environment
File photo dated 02/10/2007 of Tesco carrier bags in a shopping trolley. Photo credit: Ali Waggie/PA Wire

Tesco to scrap 5p plastic bags in favour of 10p bags for life

Business

Stream of blood and gore causes horrendous stench

Environment

Woman describes cars sliding in blood in Lurgan

Environment

Tinnitus awareness event at the library

Health
Police officers stand next to the van involved on an attack in Las Ramblas

Barcelona terror attack: PSNI issue advice to holidaymakers

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Macha Margarida Hagan-Fontes, eight, has been praised after she selflessly cut off 39cm of her hair in donation to Little Princess Trust.

Local girl aged just 8, donates hair to Little Princess Trust

Health
The free events encourage participants to stay active.

New ‘exercise in disguise’ classes launched at local community centre

Health
NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Education