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    Woman who loves Donaghadee marks 100th birthday

    Woman who loves Donaghadee marks 100th birthday By Gabrielle Swan CREAM BUNS, Cabin’s ice-cream and the occasional bag of dulse is the secret to a healthy...

    House number campaign is launched

    House number campaign is launched ARDS and North Down Council is supporting a campaign to encourage all homes and businesses in the borough to clearly...

    Residents weeding the streets in borough towns

    DfI criticised by one of Britiain’s best kept towns  By Annie Stewart RESIDENTS of a multi-awarding local town are taking things into their owns hands to...

    Easton’s independence pledge as new MP takes seat

    Easton’s independence pledge as new MP takes seat By Iain Gray NEW North Down MP Alex Easton has pledged to remain independent for the life of...

    Council’s secret plan to sell Bangor park

    Council’s secret plan to sell Bangor park By Iain Gray THIS de facto park in the heart of Bangor is set to be sold off after...

    Ward Park to rock with summer Sundays of free events

    By Iain Gray   WARD Park is set to start rocking this Sunday, with the first of eight free shows as part of the Open House...

    The consumer’s champion calls it a day after 30 years

    North Down woman records final edition of long-running show   By Ruth Dowds   LINDA McAuley has been at the helm of the BBC Radio Ulster consumer programme...

    Inspirational Tracy is Foster Carer of the Year

      By Julie Waters   INSPIRATIONAL Tracy Harrison has been named as the Foster Carer of the Year at a prestigious ceremony at the Europa Hotel...

    Priory College planning approval granted after 20-year battle

    Planning approval granted after 20-year battle   Priory College plans approved     By Iain Gray   PRIORY Integrated College has won a vital step in its years-long quest for a...

    Council could tackle derelict property ‘blight’

     By Julie Waters   PLANS are in the pipeline to tackle the borough’s derelict property ‘blight’ with a new pilot scheme being considered for Bangor...

    Six schools offer 60 special education needs places

    By Julie Waters   SIX schools across Ards and North Down have agreed to provide seven additional classes for up to 60 children with Special Education...

    Play park closures blocked

    PUBLIC anger has forced councillors to stop the closure of any play facilities in Ards and North Down amid calls for better investment in...

    18 month wait and still no planning permission

    LIVING IN LIMBO   By Iain Gray A HOLYWOOD couple has claimed council bureaucrats have trapped them in limbo for a year-and-a-half, waiting for a green light...

    Crisis reaches breaking point warn pharmacists

    FEARS are high that pharmacies could close across the borough due to what has been described as ‘the worst financial crisis in living memory’. Fourteen...