Saturday, 8th November 2014

General News

Café Ceol seeks 2am opening Featured

 |  Saturday, 08 November 2014 16:36

AN APPLICATION by one of Bangor town centre's best known nightspots to stay open until 2am has passed the first stage of the approval process at North Down Borough Council.

Beach bomb made safe Featured

 |  Saturday, 08 November 2014 07:35

ARMY Technical Officers carried out a controlled explosion on a suspected WW2 munition which washed up on the beach near Donaghadee on Sunday, November 2.

Legendary mystery machine hits Bangor in WWII exhibit Featured

 |  Friday, 07 November 2014 16:30

BANGOR'S playing host to a legendary device that once held the fate of the world in its rotors – a World War II Enigma machine.


 |  Friday, 07 November 2014 06:28

A PUBLIC outcry has followed the announcement that Bangor Community Hospital is to lose two of its key health services to a 'temporary' closure in a shock cost-cutting exercise.

Ulster Orchestra unwraps its festive gift of music and song at the Aurora Featured

 |  Thursday, 06 November 2014 15:08

JOIN the Ulster Orchestra for Christmas Unwrapped supported by JTI - an evening of Christmas magic at a very special concert in Bangor's Aurora Aquatic Leisure Centre on Thursday December 4 at 7pm.

Friends in Spanish charity pilgrimage Featured

 |  Thursday, 06 November 2014 06:06

TWO years ago friends Neil Armstrong and Craig McGuicken travelled to Galicia in North West Spain where they walked along the 'Camino Ingles' into Santiago de Compostela.

Looking down on old Down Featured

 |  Wednesday, 05 November 2014 16:04

HISTORY Hub Ulster has welcomed the release of previously unseen vintage aerial photographs of Ulster by the Britain From Above website. The site has recently published many unseen vintage aerial photographs of Ulster covering the 1920s through to the 1950s.

Over 370 seek drug/suicide advice Featured

 |  Wednesday, 05 November 2014 06:01

A TOTAL of 372 local people have sought help for issues such as substance misuse, self harm and suicidal thoughts from Bangor's dedicated FASA charity over the past year.

Celebrities plan charity jailbreak to help hospice

 |  Tuesday, 04 November 2014 15:41

NORTH Down's Lady Elizabeth Bloomfield will face 'life' behind bars unless a bail of £3,000 is raised for her release.

‘Our takings are down by a half’ warn traders Featured

 |  Tuesday, 04 November 2014 06:36

BANGOR'S shops are losing 50% of their takings due to the heavily delayed public realm revamp.

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