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Lisburn's forgotten hero remembered in BBC programme 08/06/2012
Sam embarks on Titanic anniversary cruise 04/05/2012
The Rev John McCaughan, well known clergyman and former churches correspondent, passes away at the age of 91 20/08/2010
Andrew 'Andy' McMaster, one of the last aircraft fitters at Langford Lodge passes 20/08/2010
Hundreds pay their respects to well known Lisburn businessman Brian Boyd 06/08/2010
Tributes paid to veteran councillor who stood up for justice and for his community 03/04/2009
Maurice Walker. A long and fulfilled life reflected at service. 13/03/2009
Freddy Hanratty 29/01/2009
Founding member of Historical Society laid to rest 30/05/2008
Huge turnout for funeral of popular former Mayoress 30/05/2008
Motorcycling was Robert's signature, his gift 25/03/2008
A bitter sweet occasion for Boardmills man whose son fell in Belgium 09/11/2007
From battlefield to Kingsway -veterans share experiences 09/11/2007
Tragic Donegal bride-to-be is buried in her wedding dress 27/09/2007
More than 20,000 throng to Auld Lammas Fair 1938 16/09/2007
Lost heroes honoured on restored war Memorial 06/07/2007
Lisburn link to the River Kwai Railway marked on memorial 06/07/2007
Maghaberry's role in WWII. When American pilots descended on village 09/03/2007
The Maghaberry war effort 02/03/2007
Former Spitfire Engine Fitter Robert Cummins recalls life at his father’s butcher’s shops in Bow Street, Lisburn 19/02/2007
Popular caretaker leaves after 39 years (Central School 1980) 04/01/2007
When hope broke out through the horror of war 22/12/2006
Remembering Lisburn in the `hungry thirties' 24/11/2006
Well known shop to close for the last time 24/11/2006
One of Lisburn's best known representatives announces plans to hang up his political gloves, Close calls it a day 17/11/2006
Llewellyn Avenue, one ordinary street in Lisburn, but so many remarkable people lived there 10/11/2006
Widespread sorrow at sudden death of doctor 03/11/2006
Voices from the Street echo down through history 20/10/2006
Lisburn’s dead from the Great War 1914-1919 11/10/2006
Canon John Barry former Rector of Hillsborough dies, aged 91 29/09/2006
The Keightley family - Fort House, Lisburn and Drum House, Drumbeg 26/09/2006
Blue plaque honours one of Dromore's finest, William Gibson (Goldsmith) 02/06/2006
The Parkinson Family from Lisburn to New York City 23/05/2006
Memories of happy times spent on the towpath of the River Lagan 16/03/2006
Guests At Event View First Cardiac Ambulance 10/03/2006
Boxing legend John enters Hall of Fame 03/03/2006
My Generation, memories of the 1960s Folk Club at the Red Rooster Café, Lisburn 24/02/2006
Veteran recalls D Day Landings 17/02/2006
Barbour's 200 years of history draws to a close 03/02/2006
Why Lisburn's Somme heroes deserve to be remembered 27/01/2006
Long Kesh connections with the Longest Day recalled 13/01/2006
Shock and sadness at death of patient advocate 2005
Tom 'Barney McCool' McDevitt 23/12/2005
The Belfast boy who never forgot his roots 02/12/2005
Crewe plan tribute night for soccer legend George Best 02/12/2005
Gloria comes home to tell Caron's story 02/12/2005
Leukaemia Research buys much needed equipment for hospital (Lisburn branch) 02/12/2005
Lions plan a roaring night to celebrate 40 years of service 02/12/2005
Search underway for people who served at air bases 18/11/2005
Hillsborough Farmer Took Part In First Match In 1955 18/11/2005
Caron's carefree days in Lisburn re-called 18/11/2005
Sun shines down on Hillsborough as crowds gather for 'Helen's Day' 11/11/2005
Sam Kirkpatrick 'Mr Darts' passes away 04/11/2005
Ray recalls life as POW through his war diaries 28/10/2005
Kelso Stewart Owner of  Down Royal Race Course and Golf Club passes away  28/10/2005
New £12m Rathmore School officially opens 21/10/2005
Saintfield bids farewell to local doctor 14/10/2005
Presentation of framed photographs in memory of the late George McCandless 14/10/2005
History of Quilly Temperance Flute Band, Dromore, 1957 – 1978 14/10/2005
Annahilt woman's remarkable story to be told on TV 23/09/2005
Well known equine vet passes away 16/09/2005
Golden age of TT road racing recalled at Dundrod 16/09/2005
Boxing legend Sam makes a real knockout offer 09/09/2005
Long serving Laurelhill teacher passes away following illness 26/08/2005
Brave Helen, the little girl who touched hearts everywhere, loses her battle for life. 19/08/2005
Hospital bids fond farewell to Mr Crooks 12/08/2005
Prominent businessman passes away at age of  92 (Jim Black) 01/07/2005
Death of scout leader causes great sadness (Jim Fleming) 01/07/2005
Could you help to piece together the history of local scouts? 01/07/2005
Caring Angela is the Marie Curie Nurse of the Year 01/07/2005
Wartime, courage is recalled at Knockmore Primary School 10/06/2005
The end of an era for Hillsborough children 10/06/2005
Hillsborough bids a fond farewell to its old school 10/06/2005
Descendent of chapel benefactor sends best wishes on 200th anniversary 10/06/2005
ST. Columba's church at Old Warren will celebrate its 40th anniversary,  June 5. 03/06/2005
Youngest Mayor is determined to leave city a lasting legacy 27/05/2005
The final bell rings out at Newport 27/05/2005
Local man helps American family find war grave 22/04/2005
Knockmore man recalls life under fire on board HMS Delhi 22/04/2005
Former Lisburn man honoured by Australian university 22/04/2005
Church packed for well known solicitor's funeral - Melvyn Thompson Doherty 22/04/2005
Veterans prepare for trips to scenes of wartime action 08/04/2005
Local parishes mourn the passing of Pope John Paul II 08/04/2005
Glenavy man sails into the lead in Global Challenge 08/04/2005
Hillsborough beekeeper faces buzzy time as Association President 07/04/2005
Lisburn Golf Club Celebrates Its First 100 Years 04/04/2005
Packed church mourns Lisburn sportsman 01/04/2005
Sixty years on the memories of lost friends linger on for war hero Tommy 18/03/2005
Glenavy man celebrates St Patrick's Day in nautical style 18/03/2005
Sunday service celebrates 250 years of Ballinderry Moravian Church 11/03/2005
Brave Dromore woman battles new illness 04/03/2005
Hillsborough finally claims boxing great Jimmy 26/02/2005
Lisburn remembers heroic son 12/02/2005
New Zealand man keen to make contact with his Lisburn relatives 28/01/2005
Knitters all over the globe eagerly await Maggie's new book. 21/01/2005
The nightmare ending to a holiday in paradise 07/01/2005
Roy Hero of a Killer Wave (tsunami disaster) 07/01/2005
Marie Curie worker helps families in area, 2004
Principal's essay charts the early history of Lisburn institute 90 years on 31/12/2004
Invention by world renowned cardiologist saved countless lives 31/12/2004
Local history book that struck a chord in Canada 12/11/2004
Former MP dies suddenly on golf course 12/11/2004
Residents' delight at Bridge reprieve 29/10/2004
Last local Colditz survivor is laid to rest 29/10/2004
Ancient harp fine-tuned for concert 29/10/2004
English family searches for roots in Lisburn 22/10/2004
Aghalee man Eddie receives RSPB's top award 15/10/2004
THE pictures of staff and students at Lisburn College in the late 1930's 24/09/2004
Bertie Humphreys laid to rest one year after his son 24/09/2004
The miraculous escape from Portmore Lough `splashdown' 17/09/2004
Historic locomotive pulls trains from Lisburn  to 'Bangor by the sea' 03/09/2004
It's full steam ahead for vintage railway engine 27/08/2004
A flier's life recalled at Long Kesh air base 13/08/2004
Tragic tale of the Bridge Street fire of 1910 30/07/2004
Royal Ulster Rifles association attend D Day anniversary 02/07/2004
Lisburn fire fighters recall the Belfast Blitz 02/07/2004
Railway Street Presbyterian honour former moderator 25/06/2004
Local hero returns to France to remember fallen friends 18/06/2004
Former Moderator celebrates 50th anniversary of ordination 18/06/2004
Hugh Gray Bass Dies At His Home In Clonevin Park 21/05/2004
Lisburn man, Ronnie Adams, dies aged 88 30/04/2004
Caron Keating is laid to rest in Hever castle 23/04/2004
`Inspirational' Caron loses battle with cancer 16/04/2004
Large turnout for funeral of much loved Lisburn woman  20/02/2004
Another good day at The Office for for Lisburn schoolboy 20/02/2004
Fond memories of lost friends to be revived at Normandy D-Day commemorations 06/02/2004
A proud history since being transformed from a meadow 30/01/2004
Queen of the roads' records still stand half a century on 21/11/2003
Alexander Colvill Welsh Dromore, Co. Down 21/11/2003
The plight of the cotton weavers at Lisburn, Maze and Broomhedge by F. G. Watson 12/11/2003
The Maze Racecourse by F. G. Watson  12/11/2003
The Colvill Family in Dromore, Co. Down in the Eighteenth Century by F. G. Watson 12/11/2003
Hugh Frazer (fl 1813-1861) Landscape and Portrait Painter by F. G. Watson 12/11/2003
Emigration Of A Large Number Of Cotton Weavers From Lisburn 12/11/2003
Harry Ferguson, Inventor And Pioneer 12/11/2003
Sadness at passing of well known watchmaker, jeweller and optician 17/10/2003
Lisburn branch of leukaemia research celebrates a quarter century of success 24/10/2003
Tributes paid to well-known Lisburn man 04/10/2003
Tales of the Great War Make their way back home 19/09/2003
Tales of the Great War that led to an epic work of commemoration 12/09/2003
Much Loved school teacher passes away Ellen Lowe 12/09/2003
`Father of the general assembly' passes away 18/07/2003
Mothballing of line marks end of an era for Harry 19/06/2003
The final bell rings out at St John's Primary 06/06/2003
Parishioners vote restore historic St. Joseph's church 06/06/2003
Bell becomes first Mayor of two cities 04/06/2003
Steam train farewell to Antrim line 04/06/2003
St Patrick's bids farewell to much loved Staff 04/06/2003
'End of ERA' at local schools 04/06/2003
Sadness at death of Wings Appeal Organiser 30/05/2003
Doors at Saint James's Primary set to close for final time   30/05/2003
Turning an important page in the history of the Maze 23/05/2003
Former Ritz cinema organist passes away 18/04/2003
A momentous day for first Freeman of Lisburn City 04/04/2003
Former Mayor delighted to receive an audience at the palace 04/04/2003
Former first citizen is laid to rest 14/03/2003
Why Peter was here when others didn't want to know 21/02/2003
Peter overcomes overwhelming odds to help make a difference 14/02/2003
Tributes paid to Lisburn Evangelist Clarence Cregan 14/02/2003
St. Joseph's Primary School celebrate their centenary year 07/02/2003
How a mother's instinct saved her son from meningitis 07/02/2003
Tributes to the GP who cared for everybody 31/01/2003
The night the ground opened up in flames 10/01/2003
Boating accident claims life of local man 10/01/2003
Council full of praise for Harry Ferguson event 14/07/2002
Harry Ferguson special event 07/07/2002
End of an era at Ardmore boat yard 21/06/2002
Sam brings down curtain on long and special association 26/05/2002
Alan Elliott recalls one of the worst convoy disasters of the war. 07/09/2001
Memories of well known family (Genesi's) 25/05/2001
Recalling one of Lisburn's biggest characters 'Davy Jones ' 13/04/2001
Lisburn's ballroom of romance is gone but not forgotten by Jakki Black 09/03/2001
IRA Killed RIC Detective Inspector as he left Morning Service at Cathedral 28/07/2000
`Niagara' Jim looks back on lifetime of chips 21/04/2000
Bishop of Connor to retire (The Church of Ireland Gazette Friday, 27 January 1995) 27/01/1995
Lisburn remembers it's War dead - 30 Years ago 11/11/1988
The story of Lisburn town 1987
Bakery closure recalls days of horse-drawn bread carts   20/06/1986
Lisburn Museum 1985 6/09/1985
Stewart's Mill is demolished 28/01/1985
When life aboard the schooner was a real family affair (Darryl Collins) 06/04/1979
Smithfield: (Belfast) now only the ghosts are left  09/05/1974
Lisburn Civic Week News Letter Saturday May 4, 1974 (1) 04/05/1974
Lisburn Civic Week News Letter Saturday May 4, 1974 (2) 04/05/1974
Lisburn Waterfront  by Alan M. Cooke 26/10/1973
Mayor Bass Quits 28/04/1973
The good old days of the Lagan Canal 18/12/1971
Lisburn a town with a lot to offer 24/1/1970
A long and chequered history 24/01/1970
Memories of W. E. A. in Lisburn 17/01/1970
Tommy Recalls The Colourful Characters Of Lisburn  unknown
The  Theatre in Ulster by Louis Gilbert 1966 unknown
Coulson's of Lisburn unknown
Lisburn links to Ulster's worst ever ferry disaster recalled unknown
Colonial charm at Junee Higginson family who came to Australia from Northern Ireland (Norn Iron) in 1954 unknown
Historic covenant be signed at Lambeg unknown
William's journey ends in tears of joy. unknown
The Ulsterman who helped to give the world T. V. (Hillsborough Man) unknown
The canon of Peru tumbles in La Loo unknown
Bygone masters of natural history unknown
Sadness at death of well known conservationist unknown
The Hillsborough By-Pass unknown
Recalling Lambeg of 50 years ago unknown
Memories of a Drumbeg Woman in Australia "Emily Graham Dunlop" unknown
Wesley's links with Lisburn are strong unknown
The College Badge (Lisburn Technical) unknown
Mayor says she will serve only one term unknown
New First Citizen has a keen interest in the silver screen unknown
Emotional outgoing Mayor pays tribute to late Councillor unknown
Lisburn's special relationship with the Garden City unknown
The life and times of a philanthropist extraordinaire: Alexander Turney Stewart unknown
Garden City founder's body stolen and held for ransom unknown
Historian played big role in developing Garden City links unknown
Move down under Sam has never regretted unknown
Llew and Winnie Renew Vows unknown
Ernie takes a trip down memory lane to Downshire  National School unknown
Working in 'JCs' ---the shopping experience of a lifetime. unknown
F. and W. McMahon's Shop Bow Street unknown
Lisburn poised for 'gold rush' Bow Street Mall 1980's unknown
Fire-fighters pause to remember colleagues unknown
Days when newsroom was an institution unknown
Fountain water and wax candles - Lisburn in1880's unknown
Extracts from an old scrapbook unknown
Conditions the Quakers face 300 years ago (James Logan) unknown
Friends - a school with a proud, proud tradition and Quakers unknown
Quaker properties of historical interest unknown
Robins Nest-modern hostelry with historic past c 1988
Lisburn Tech shows how! unknown
The' miracle' from Greece at Kilwarlin Moravian Church unknown
Nicholson plaque unveiled at Seymour Street unknown
Army headquarters, opened in Lisburn unknown
The Raggety-Bap where shining shoes was a treat unknown
David Sloan remembers the Blitz in Belfast written by Neil Greenlees  unknown
Bill Rea Enjoying the best of times in the Lisburn of yesteryear  unknown
Did Hess consider landing at Aldergrove? unknown
History is made as boats return to the Lagan at Lisburn unknown
Silver dream machines return to the place of their birth unknown
Christ Church's First ever Sunday school excursion unknown
The best days of your life unknown
A harrowing experience which will stay with me all my life (Nazi concentration camp) unknown
Ballycarrickmaddy to produce book of memories as pupils prepare to move unknown
The ties that bound Iris Murdoch with Hillhall unknown
End of an era in local medical practice unknown
The end of an era at Fort Hill unknown