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NI drivers get 10,000 parking fines every month

Nearly 61,000 parking fines have been given to motorists in Northern Ireland this year, according to new government statistics.

Crime
Let’s hear it for the women in our farming community

Let’s hear it for the women in our farming community

Lorna Robinson has won numerous accolades for her farming prowess.

Business

Farming Life Awards: Farm to fork success story for Cloughbane’s Lorna

Lorna Robinson, managing director of Cloughbane Farm Foods Ltd in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone which makes and sells gorgeous stews, pies and quality beef, chicken, lamb and pork, was awarded Woman of Excellence in Agriculture at the Farming Life/Danske Bank Awards last year and continues to fly the flag for women in the agri-food industry.

Business
Magherafelt's Bridewell where the meeting is expected to take place

Moves to form breakaway autism group in Mid Ulster

Moves are afoot to set up a breakaway group for parents with autistic children in the Mid Ulster area after a row between Autism NI and its local committee.

News
A traffic warden

Parking tickets issued per TOWN revealed

The number of parking tickets (penalty charge notices) issued in towns around Northern Ireland between January and June has been revealed.
Transport
Help Dungannon police find vandals responsible for damaging 22 cars

Help Dungannon police find vandals responsible for damaging 22 cars

Dungannon police and the local Neighbourhood police team are appealing for information in relation to a spate of vandalism in which a number of cars were damagedin the Newtownkelly area of Coalisland in the early hours of Sunday (August 13).

Crime
Vong's Hot Food Bar, Scarva Road, Banbridge. Pic by Google

Takeaway underpaid worker by more than £18k

A Banbridge takeaway has been named and shamed for underpaying a worker by more than £18,000.

News
PSNI investigating assault

PSNI probe midnight assault in Castledawson graveyard

Police are appealing for information after a graveyard assault in Castledawson.

Crime
Power NI MD Stephen McCully

Price hike as Power NI confirms 5.6% increase

Businesses and households across the province are facing higher electricity bills from October 1, as supplier Power NI has announced it is to increase prices by 5.6%.

Business
Laboratory technician

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

With teenagers across the land about to find out their A Level results, there’s plenty of cause for concern for pupils as well as parents.

Education
Thousands of school pupils are awaiting exam results

D-Day for local A-Level students as results out

Tomorrow (Thursday) is D-Day for local A-Level students as the results of this year’s exams are released.

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NSPCC image - exams

Childline sees rise in counselling for Northern Ireland children anxious about exams

Childline is offering support to young people worried about exam results as teenagers across the country wait anxiously for AS and A-Level grades published this week.

Education
Tesco is recalling the sauce because of allergy fears.

Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

Tesco is recalling jars of its own brand Creamy Leek and Bacon Cooking Sauce because of allergy fears.

Business
A car going under the train barrier

WATCH: Translink appeals for safety first on the Railways this summer

Translink NI Railways is appealing to parents to help reinforce the message that railways are not safe places to play or congregate.
News
Belfast born actor, Martin McCann, plays one of the lead characters in 'Maze'.

WATCH: New film about 1983 IRA prison escape out next month

A film about republican prisoners escaping from Her Majesty's Maze Prison in 1983 will be released next month.
Politics
Prison term for prolific no insurance driver from Coalisland

Prison term for prolific no insurance driver from Coalisland

A Coalisland man has been sent to prison for three months after being found guilty of driving with no insurance and a string of other motoring charges.

News
Ground-breaking operation to restore smile to Dungannon girl ‘a success’

Ground-breaking operation to restore smile to Dungannon girl ‘a success’

Ground-breaking surgery to restore a smile to a Dungannon child suffering from muscular dystrophy has produced its first positive result.

News
Court

Fine and penalty points for motorist

A motorist has been fined £320 and given three penalty points for motoring offences.

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Hannah Johnston from Ballymena, who is doing a HLA course (Higher Level Apprenticeship) in Engineering at the College's Ballymena Campus.

Go further with Northern Regional College

Northern Regional College has introduced a number of new courses, including Foundation Degrees and Higher Level Apprenticeships, to give A Level students the benefit of accessing higher education without the burden of student debt.

Education
Around 350 preceptories will march at six venues on Saturday week

IN FULL: All six venues revealed for ‘Last Saturday’ demonstrations

The final major demonstrations of the loyal order marching season will take place in six main venues on August 26, with members of the Royal Black Institution on parade.

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