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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Antrim

All time
# ballymena
Two charged with attempted murder and kidnap after injured man discovered in Antrim field
Detectives have charged two more men, aged 38 and 39, in relation with the incident.
# Shaken Not Stirred
Earthquake in Scotland felt in Northern Ireland overnight
People in Co Antrim reported feeling the tremor.
# Hurling
Dunloy seal Antrim three-in-a-row, Ballyhale complete Kilkenny semi-final line-up
Shamrocks Ballyhale are back in the last four stage in Kilkenny.
# O'Donovan Rossa
'Never. Couldn’t watch it' - Trying to force Belfast hurling back up the hill
O’Donovan Rossa contest their first county senior hurling final since 2004 today.
# Tune in
Cork and Antrim club hurling showdowns to get live TV coverage next Sunday
The TG4 cameras are live from Páirc Uí Chaoimh and Corrigan Park.
# carrickfergus
Man hospitalised after ‘particularly vicious’ baseball bat attack in Antrim
Police say the men repeatedly hit the victim with the bats around the head, legs and chest.
# leading lights
Meath, Tyrone and Antrim stars win GAA Player of the Month awards for September
Vikki Wall, Conor Meyler and Maeve Kelly were all honoured.
Tributes paid after the passing of former Antrim player and campaigner Anto Finnegan
The Belfast man had been diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease.
# Ladies Football
Wicklow atone for last year's final loss to claim All-Ireland title at the expense of Antrim
Wicklow finished with 11 points to spare in Croke Park.
# carrickfergus
Legal action launched against Antrim funfair over collapse of ride
The claimants say they suffered serious physical and psychological injuries as a result of the incident.
# Planet Fun
Antrim funfair ride collapse caused by 'misuse of equipment' by teenagers, says operator
Six people were left injured when the funfair ride at Planet Fun in Carrickfergus collapsed yesterday.
# Antrim
Four children rushed to hospital after funfair ride collapses
None of the injuries suffered at Carrickfergus Harbour in Co Antrim were said to be life-threatening.
# onion bag
Goals prove decisive as Armagh power past Antrim
Kieran McGeeney’s men ran out 13-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# Davy Fitz
Davy Fitzgerald sent off as Antrim secure last gasp draw with Wexford
Wexford and Antrim played out a 1-21 to 2-18 draw at Corrigan Park in today’s NHL.
# League Sunday
Cusack's Antrim hurling verdict: 'Delighted to see it - but I still think they are going to struggle'
The RTÉ pundit took a look at how last year’s Joe McDonagh Cup winners fared against Clare.
# Newtownabbey
Man charged with riot as 30 petrol bombs thrown at police during night of loyalist unrest in Antrim
The violence comes after eight people were arrested and 27 police officers injured during riots in Belfast and Derry on Friday night.
# Antrim
'Shocking and horrific': Tributes paid as police identify two women murdered in Co Antrim
Two women and one man were found dead in Newtownabbey on Friday night.
Double murder investigation launched in Antrim after deaths of two women and man
Police believe the incidents are connected and are not looking for anyone else involved.
# Newtownabbey
Man (50s) hospitalised after being shot in knee in Co Antrim
The incident happened at around 7pm in the Newtownabbey area.
# Round-Up
Down make history by winning hurling’s first inter-county shoot-out
There was further Ulster success as Antrim defeated Kerry in the Joe McDonagh Cup.
# Antrim
Man (20s) shot in 'paramilitary style' attack in north Belfast
The incident happened just before 8pm this evening.
# Onwards
Cavan hold off Antrim in Breffni dogfight to book Ulster SFC semi-final spot
Mickey Graham’s men didn’t quite hit the heights of last weekend – but it’s a case of job done.
# Job Losses
Up to 700 manufacturing jobs to go in Antrim
A senior trade unionist suggested some of the roles at Caterpillar in the Antrim town of Larne may be outsourced to India.
# End of Story
Waterford accept Antrim's 'generous offer' to play south of the border after forfeit amid Covid concerns
Dundalk will now host Saturday’s Allianz Football League Division 4 clash.
# done and dusted
Antrim pull the plug on all club fixtures for 2020 after yesterday's GAA announcement
‘We will not be returning to complete any outstanding fixtures for the 2020 season and look forward to commencing a new fixtures calendar in 2021.’
# ballymena
Two men arrested on suspicion of murder after death of man in flat in Antrim
The PSNI has appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
# Antrim
Man shot in paramilitary-style attack in Antrim
PSNI said it received a report at 10.20pm last night that three men forced their way into a house in the Stranocum area.
# Antrim
Men blackmailed after using escort website in Northern Ireland
A 31-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of five counts of blackmail.
# Antrim
Woman has engagement ring and other valuables stolen while parked in vehicle outside hospital
The incident happened at Whiteabbey Hospital in Newtownabbey at around 2pm today.
# Antrim
Teenager charged with murder of 31-year-old Jason Lee Martin in Ballymena
Jason Lee Martin was stabbed in the early hours of Saturday morning.
# National Crime Agency
Three arrested after 'largest drug seizure ever made' by NCA in Northern Ireland
An estimated 600 kilos of herbal cannabis was discovered among vegetables on a lorry stopped in Co Antrim.
# Ballycastle
Mother and daughter die in Antrim crash involving a quad bike and tractor
A second young girl is in a critical condition.
# ballymena
Five masked men armed with machete enter property and assault man in 'paramilitary-style attack'
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.
# Late Late Show
Two stoppage-time Antrim goals condemn Offaly to another year in Division 2A
A dramatic finish in Tullamore this afternoon.
# Coronavirus
Hospital in Antrim sets up drive-through Covid-19 testing service
Patients will be swabbed in the nose and mouth then told to go home and self-isolate while awaiting the outcome.
# major operation
Child dies, baby and woman hospitalised with injuries in incident at Antrim farmhouse
A major police and emergency services operation has centred on the property throughout the day.
# Equality
'We've made history': First same-sex marriage takes place in Northern Ireland
“We didn’t set out to make history – we just fell in love,” Sharni Edwards said.
# Murder
Police welcome conviction of Co Antrim man for 'brutal and senseless' murder of Robert Flowerday
The body of Flowerday (64) was found in his home at Mill Road in Crumlin, Co Antrim on 28 January.
# Robbery
Two men arrested after double ATM is stolen from Tesco store
One man in his 20s and another in his 40s have been arrested.
# atm robbery
Digger used to steal two ATMs at supermarket in Antrim
The cash machines were ripped recovered by PSNI officers, but the digger was found on fire.