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Mental health help expands

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It's best just to hang up if you're unsure who is calling you.

‘Can you hear me?’ – Northern Ireland people warned to hang up on new phone scam

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Children’s event lined up at library

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Dromore CWU Fellowship Evening

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Dromore Central’s Valentine cake sale raises funds for Rachel

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WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

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Health Service in a state of spiralling crisis says Dobson

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Outgoing MLA Sydney Anderson who is also acting as Jonathan Buckley's election agent and Councillor Jonathan Buckley

Buckley urges Upper Bann to vote for strong Unionist representation

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Performed sex act in letterbox of vacant house

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Matthew Bell (second right) accepts the plaudits after one of his two goals against Corinthians. Photograph by Declan Roughan

HOCKEY: ‘Maturing’ Banbridge squad is stronger than ever says boss

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Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill after he received his Member of the Order of British Empire (MBE) medal

Northern Ireland boss, Michael O’Neill, MBE, talks football with the Queen!

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Foyle's Dare Gill in action with Banbridge's Andrew Denver.

SCHOOLS’ CUP: Foyle College defeat Banbridge Academy in Danske Bank Trophy final

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Mark Downey has won his second World Cup gold medal in just over three months.

CYCLING: Downey’s world title bid is bang on track

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IRISH LEAGUE: NIFL and Sky Sports announce five year deal

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FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland line up international friendly with New Zealand

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RUGBY: Ulster confirm Jono Gibbes as new head coach from next season

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IRISH LEAGUE: Defensive duo ruled out for Banbridge Town

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How to eat your pancake

12 ways to have pancakes this Shrove Tuesday

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As part of the celebrations for International Women�"s Day on 8th March, 50 female writers from Northern Ireland will travel to the Irish Writers�" Centre in Dublin on 11th March, supported by National Lottery funding through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.  Here they will  join a gathering of women in a joint day-long readathon complemented by an in-train literary recital on the Translink Belfast to Dublin Enterprise train as they travel.  In addition, over 150 female writers from Northern Ireland will take part in a series of free literary events taking place across the region including readings, bookshop appearances and library events, with the aim of inspiring people to read and champion the work of local women writers.  Organised by Women Aloud NI, events begin on 7th March.  Pictured launching the Irish Writers�" Centre initiative is Damian Smyth, head of literature, Arts Council, with writers, Joanne Zebedee, Anne McMaster and Felicity McCaul.  Visit www.womenaloudni.com for full details.

International Women’s Day celebrated in Banbridge

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Glass painting course

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How to eat your pancake

12 ways to have pancakes this Shrove Tuesday

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Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

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There was a great turnout for the first Walking Football session at Banbridge Leisure Centre.

Walking Football sessions kick off in Banbridge

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