Banbridge author, Doreen McBride’s latest book, ‘North of Ireland Folk Tales for Children’ is full of mermaids and pishogues, haunted dolmens and plenty of ghosts, rude Celts and bloody thirsty warriors.
Consumer group CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) has expressed its disappointment that changes to licensing laws haven’t been put in place for the 148th Open golf tournament in Portrush which starts this Friday (July 18).
The new President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) has called for Northern Ireland’s councils to be offered access to the £60m Brexit Support Fund, with similar funding being available to local authorities in England, Scotland and Wales.
Parliament Buildings, Stormont was the venue for a major celebration of new Ulster-Scots performers on Thursday night when the Ulster-Scots Agency hosted its annual graduation for young pipers, drummers and drum majors.
New-Bridge Integrated College Principal, Mrs Anne Anderson, Ms Suzanne Harrison, Head of History and eight students were said to be ‘thrilled’ to meet Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall recently.