Today, the town of Ballymena is in the spotlight as news has broken of a major project taking place in the heart of the town. The Ballymena Daily News is a new local newspaper that will be launching this winter and bringing daily, quality coverage to all residents of the town.

The brainchild of long-time journalists from across Northern Ireland and Scotland, the Ballymena Daily News aims to bring a range of stories to the fore. From local sports and culture, to business and economic news, this paper promises to cater for all residents’ interests and wants.

Each day the Ballymena Daily News will feature thoughtful reporting with pieces that range from in-depth feature pieces to hard-hitting news pieces on crucial police and court cases. The paper is passionate about local people and prides itself on bringing up-to-date, honest coverage on all issues.

The styling of the paper is traditional and straightforward, focusing on the core offers of reporting, investigative journalism and analysis. They come with a unique approach, clearly untainted by corporate affiliation or literary twists. Journalists and editors have their own moral code and will bring their dynamism and drive to the reporting.

Today marks the official launch of the Ballymena Daily News, a new online newspaper focusing on the area’s local daily news. This new publication is designed to provide readers with access to local news and events from around the area.

The Ballymena Daily News is committed to delivering unbiased and accurate coverage of the local news scene in Ballymena and the surrounding areas. It will feature reports from a variety of sources, including community members, professionals and other media outlets.

In its mission statement, the Ballymena Daily News promises to provide readers with “comprehensive coverage of significant developments in Ballymena and the surrounding area”, such as business updates, entertainment reviews, local sports news and much more. We will strive to become an indispensable source of information for our community.

This online newspaper is completely free to read, so everyone can access local news without breaking the bank. All content published on the website has been produced by experienced writers making sure that every article is well-researched and precise. Our editorial team is composed of journalists and professionals who are dedicated to bringing quality stories to our readers.

We hope that this new publication will become an important resource for those who are interested in staying up-to-date on what’s happening in their neighbourhood. With more features planned for the future, our goal is to be your one-stop source for all things Ballymena.

We have exciting news to report today! Through the combined efforts of local charity, Ability Onsite, and Dr Watson’s GP clinic, wheelchair access is now available at the rear door of the clinic. This is a massive improvement on the previous inaccessible entrance and will allow people living with disabilities far greater ease with accessing medical care.

The wheelchair-accessible door was installed after a few weeks of preparation, during which both Ability Onsite and Dr Watson’s GP clinic actively raised funds for the endeavour. Locals were surveyed in order to determine how best to approach this project and solicit an adequate level of support – an effort that appears to have payed off, judging by today’s results.

This initiative speaks to other small towns around Northern Ireland taking similar action in making life easier for those with disabilities. Ballymena rightfully continues to showcase itself as a diverse and progressive community, setting an example for others to follow. Hopefully as time progresses, we can see such actions become more commonplace throughout all areas in NI.