It’s Tuesday and it’s Chronicle Day.
We have a packed 64 page paper for you this week, crammed full of all your local news and sport.
On the front, we carry an important story, reporting how schools are seeking police and council help to tackle ‘potentially catastrophic’ risks associated with teenage vaping.
We also report on the Portstewart man, with no hands or legs, who has been told he will be left with no care package next month.
And we catch up with the local author gaining her inspiration from a rescue pony. Strange but true.
We have all the winners from the annual Chamber awards and begin our lead-up to Christmas with our useful festive guide to some of our major shopping towns and villages.
In sport, we reflect on a successful weekend for Derry GAA at the All Star awards ceremony in Dublin and a not so successful weekend for Oran Kearney and his Coleraine football team.
We have plenty of pics from the Towns Cup clash of neighbours Coleraine and Ballymoney as well as all your usual reports from a range of sports including golf, athletics, motorsport and much, much more.
To keep up to date with all that’s happening in your area, pick up your copy of The Chronicle today.