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Steady increase in young people seeking mental health support

Health
Southern Regional College, Banbridge Campus �Edward Byrne Photography INBL1620-237EB

Work will soon start on new college

Education

WATCH | Motorist narrowly avoids head-on collision with car

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A Red Deer stag. Archive image.

Reports of stag on the loose in Banbridge

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Love for Life charity opens its new offices

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Fake barrister jailed on fraud charges

Crime

Heavy rain to batter Northern Ireland tomorrow

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Appeal for missing pet ferrets

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Skaters in Banbridge should be able to perfect their tricks in a new urban sports facility from April 2018.

Work on urban sports facility due to commence early in new year

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Jetting off: Elsa McBurney heads for America for further treatment for cancer.

Brave Elsa heads to America as she begins her Proton Beam Therapy

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WATCH | Motorist narrowly avoids head-on collision with car

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Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Education

Essential safety work will be carried out, assures Roads Manager

Transport

A1 crash: Motorists thanked for helping save injured driver

Transport

Fake barrister jailed on fraud charges

Crime

‘Significant quantity of jewellery’ stolen during burglary

Crime

Two men arrested after police seize drugs and ammunition

Crime

Caught driving with no insurance

Crime

Work will soon start on new college

Education
New-Bridge contract awarded.

Contractor appointed for New-Bridge project

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Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Education
Robin McLoughlin, principal of Banbridge Academy.

‘Controlled schools are naturally integrated schools’

Education
A computer-generated image of the proposed new SRC campus in Banbridge.

Stormont stalemate holding up new college project

Education

MP to meet with Ulster Bank officials over branch closures

Business
Ulster Bank, Main Street, Moira. Pic by Google

Ulster Bank to shut local branches

Business
The countdown to Christmas is on

12 ways to manage your money and make savings for Christmas

Business

Amazon announce epic ten-day Black Friday 2017 sale

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RHI overspend far greater than first feared, department tells court

Business
This is the only time that MLAs have sat in the Assembly chamber since January  and it lasted just 46 minutes

MLA pay rise, despite just 46 minutes in Assembly chamber

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A general view of a hospital corridor

Health waiting times grow even worse

Health
Trevor Lunn MLA.

‘More must be done to help vulnerable prisoners’

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Edwin Poots: Children should be children, not icons of sexuality

Edwin Poots hits back at complaint he linked gay community to paedophilia

Lifestyle

Young people help enhance biodiversity in park

Environment
Councillor Kevin Savage highlights fly-tipping. INBL fly-tipping

Sneak fly-tippers dump bathroom

Crime
Winner in the Best Kept Large Town Category of the NI Best Kept Awards Banbridge. Dave Foster, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Joe Mahon, Patron of the NI Amenity Council, Michelle Hatfield, Human Resources and Corporate Responsibility Director at Belfast City Airport and Doreen Muskett, President of the NI Amenity Council, present Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon District Council representative, Barry Patience with the award. The judges loved the entrances into Banbridge, from all points, which were found to be very inviting and well maintained. The cleanliness and presentation of the town is clear for all to see.  The Best Kept City, Town, Village and Housing Area Awards is the grand finale of the Best Kept Awards initiative, and is a fantastic opportunity for schools, health and social care facilities, housing areas and towns, villages and cities across Northern Ireland to encourage local volunteering and civic pride in local areas.

‘Best Kept’ title for Banbridge

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Category C Best black and white picture. 2nd prize - Western lowland gorilla by Fiona Beattie

Belfast Zoo exposes winners of 34th annual photography competition!

Environment

Steady increase in young people seeking mental health support

Health
An unhappy child

Hundreds of NI children contact Childline with bullying woes

Offbeat
Southern Trust Radiographers won the Health and Social Care Leadership Award for Leadership and Culture.

Trust staff recognised at major awards event

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Parking enforcement at hospital

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Life and death matters at meeting

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