Bangor(GB.NIR)

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DUP leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds in Westminster, London. As a result of the party’s  current policies, the present DUP leadership is undermining rather than enhancing unionism. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Being best man is always a tricky business; being best man at a North-South Co Down marriage in July 1994, came with a whole new set of challenges. T(...)

Rev Mairisíne Stanfield (53) minister of First Presbyterian Church, Bangor in Co Down since 2013.

For the first time the Presbyterian Church in Ireland may be about to elect its first female Moderator, or principal public representative. Election(...)

Windsor Davies in “It Ain’t Half Hot Mum”: his eardrum-shattering bellow never failed to amuse viewers. Photograph: Wesley/Keystone/Getty

Windsor Davies Born: August 28th, 1930 Died: January 17th, 2019 It may seem unlikely, even in the world of British TV sitcoms, that an actor could (...)

Juliane Mitchell with an Irish dancing trophy in a dress embroidered by her mother. Her medals are displayed behind her in a display made in Long Kesh by her father, a leading loyalist paramilitary who became a cross-comunity activist

“When you come to see me during the Easter break, I trust you will bring your medal with you and tell me all about the festival.” These words were wr(...)

Green Party leader in Northern Ireland Steven Agnew said: “It’s not easy being Green.”  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland is to quit, blaming in part the powersharing impasse at Stormont for sapping his drive for the job. (...)

Bloomfield Walkway bonfire in east Belfast on Monday after Belfast City Council asked bonfire builders to reduce its size. Photograph: PA

The girls were sitting out on picnic chairs at the edge of the estate, sipping cider from cans, chatting, watching the men on the green below. The pla(...)

Bill Wolsey of the Beannchor Group

More than 42 years ago, Bill Wolsey opened his first bar in Bangor. That bar would ultimately form part of the Beannchor Group, which now owns more th(...)

YMCA  will replace Railway Union in the top tier. Photograph: Inpho

YMCA almost contrived to blow it but eventually secured a place in the men’s EY Hockey League for the first time as they beat Bangor in a shoot-out at(...)

Police in Northern Ireland are investigating a fire in a car on the A2 this morning.

Army bomb disposal experts have been called to examine a car which caught fire on a main road in Northern Ireland. The incident, which police have d(...)

Solis Lough Eske Castle in Co Donegal welcomes dogs, who are allowed anywhere on the grounds – which provide ample opportunity for walks and runs.

From pointy-eared handbag dogs to doe-eyes spaniels, you’ll see canines great and small in hotels and restaurants around Europe, most notably in Franc(...)

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