WATCH:‘Sea of yellow’ as one thousand baby chicks found abandoned in field

The RSPCA has launched an investigation after officers were called to a sea of day-old chicks abandoned in a field in Cambridgeshire.

Greggs is the largest bakery chain in the UK.

Greggs says plans for Banbridge store have been ‘put on hold’

Bakery chain Greggs has said that it has put plans to open a shop in Banbridge “on hold for the time being”.


Eight out of 10 feel misled by broadband adverts

The majority of UK consumers find the advertising of broadband speeds to be misleading, according to new research.

Belfast International Airport.

Work postponed on main road to Belfast International Airport

Roadworks on a main road used to access Belfast International Airport will not be taking place this weekend.

Post Office confirms details of town centre branch relocation

Post Office confirms details of town centre branch relocation

The Post Office is proposing to move Banbridge Post Office from its current location to create a modern main-style branch with extended opening hours.

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Nearly half of employers hesitant about hiring someone with a disability

Nearly half of employers (45 per cent) are hesitant about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they wouldn’t be able to do the job according to latest research from disability organisation Purple.

Town’s main branch could move to new premises within weeks

Town’s main branch could move to new premises within weeks

Post Office Ltd is expected to confirm next week the details of its plans to relocate Banbridge Post Office.

The new Liddell luxury linen range pays homage to Titanic.

Brand creates replicas of linens used on RMS Titanic

A new collection of luxury table linen commemorating the RMS Titanic has been named after the local company that made linen for the White Star Line.

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Facebook cloning: What’s true and what’s false about the viral warning?

Facebook users may be seeing posts from their friends warning them about “Facebook cloning”. Some concerned account holders are urging others not to accept a second friend request from accounts purporting to belong to them.

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Gender pay gap could be ‘baked into the next generation’ of workers

Despite the Equal Pay Act being introduced 47 years ago, the gender pay gap remains one of the biggest issues facing British workers.

Liz Earle Superskin Concentrate for Night

Night skin treatment recalled over glass danger fears

Batches of a skin treatment oil have been recalled following the discovery of glass in one batch.

Instructions on the website

Computer giant urges users to check notebooks for fire risk batteries

Computer manufacturer HP has advised its notebook users to check or recheck batteries on their device - even if they have already done so.
The chairs are being recalled after injury reports.

Ikea chair recalled following injury reports

Ikea has recalled a folding chair following reports that injuries have caused by it.

A woman washing her hair

One in 20 women has gone for 10 days without washing their hair

A survey of women in the UK has revealed that one in 20 admit to having gone 10 days without washing their hair.

Asking for a pay rise

How to ask your boss for a pay rise

We’d all like a pay rise, but coming right out and  asking for one can be a nerve-wracking experience for most people.

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NW 200 Supersport Race 1

Alastair Seeley (Gearlink Kawasaki - Kawasaki)

Motorsport Taskforce established, Sports Minister reveals

Sports Minister Paul Givan has announced the establishment of a Motorsport Taskforce.
ELC is advising customers who bought any of the mentioned items to regularly check them.

Early Learning Centre issues safety notice over children’s wooden toy rangE

A safety notice has been issued concerning a range of children’s toys by their supplier.

Burning wood pellets

Finance Minister to meet with parties on 'no-hiding-place inquiry' into RHI

Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir is to meet with political parties tomorrow to discuss the Public Inquiry into the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme.

Michelle McIlveen

Minister tells young farmers they are 'leaders of tomorrow'

The Minister for Agriculture today told young farmers at an event in Cookstown that while prospects for agri-food are good they would be needed to help shape the sector's future.

BT has announced price changes

BT price hike for all broadband and TV users

BT broadband and TV customers can expect to pay extra for their services as of 2 April as BT announces price changes.

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