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New Northern Ireland weather warning issued after snow and ice wreak havoc

Published 15/01/2016

Mason in the snow with Slemish mountain in the background. 15/01/2016. Pic: Ruth Dowds
Mason in the snow with Slemish mountain in the background. 15/01/2016. Pic: Ruth Dowds
The Mourne Mountains in the snow. Pic: Steven Hylands
Snow on the Mourne Mountains. Pic: Steven Hylands
Snow sleighing in the hills of Ligoniel, Co Antrim. 15/01/2016. Pic: Julie McBride
Jack Logan enjoying snow in the Ligoniel Co Antrim. 15/1/2016. Pic: Julie McBridge
Olivia and Luca Duggan having fun in the snow in Carryduff 15/1/2016. Pic: Aideen Duggan
Ponies brave the coldest of weather on at Dundrod just outside Belfast as Northern Ireland woke up to a blanket of snow for the first time this year. Photo Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press
Road users found Fridays driving conditions in Northern Ireland difficult. Photo Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press
The PSNI's air support tweeted this picture 'from the office'. @PSNIAirSupport
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 14th January 2016 Snow in Fermanagh General view of snow in Fermanagh Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
©Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 14th January 2016 Snow in Fermanagh Ben Hicks throws a snowball on his way home from school in the snow, Co Fermanagh Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye.com
A solitary figure is framed by the famous trees of the Dark Hedges. January 15. 2015
Onlookers record the weather in Portstewart with heavy winds hitting parts across the North Coast in Northern Ireland Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Aoife beside her first ever snowman in Ballyronan, Co Derry. Pic. Caroline Glendinning 14/01/15
A mischievous pup steals snowman's carrot Pic. K. Garvin 14/01/2015
‘Keeper’ the German shepherd plays in the snow in Ballycastle yesterday. The adverse weather conditions, however, brought misery to many
A woman throws a ball for her springer spaniel on the snowy west strand at Portrush
Brothers Brenn (10) and Aodan (7) Doherty sledge along Creggan Hill to the Model Primary School in Derry
Snowfall causes disruption in the village of Claudy
A stunning sky over a blanket of snow in Five Mile Straight, Maghera, Derry. Pic. Hilary McGrath 14/01/2015
A lone sheep surrounded by snow at a farm near Claudy, Derry. Pic. Fiona-Jane Garrett 14/01/2015
Proudly showing off their snowmen as children enjoy the snowfall in Northern Ireland. Pic. Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
Little 16-month-old Clara has fun as she gets her first glimpse of the snow and takes her first steps in the winter wonderland in Limavady. Pic. Hannah McCausland 13/01/2015
A thick blanket of snow lies in Kildoag, Londonderry. Pic Astrid Coyle 14/01/2015
A good day's work in the snow - proudly showing their happy snowman. Pic Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
Snowball fights in the snow as young and old enjoy the wintry spell in Northern Ireland pic. Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
A blanket of snow makes a dramatic view over Loughbrickland Lake. Pic Lisa Young 13/01/2015
Dramatic colours as winter takes over Loughbrickland Lake Co Down. 13/01/2015 Pic. Lisa Young
Beautiful wintry image of Loughbrickland Lake Co Down. Pic. Lisa Young 13/01/2015
Zoe Adair and Victoria Poole enjoying the snowy spell in Northern Ireland. Pic. Victoria Poole. 13/01/2015
A blanket of snow over Dungiven. Pic. Natasha Kealey. 13/01/2015
Traffic slowed down due to snow on the Glendermot road Londonderry. Pic. Marcus Bye 13/01/2015
Heavy snow cover in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
A beautiful snowy landscape in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
A bed of snow glimmers under the sunshine in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
Snow lying in Inishowen, Co Donegal. Pic. Trygve de Brun 13/01/2015
Florencecourt, CO Fermanagh Susan Elliott 13012015.
A wintry morning in Ballymoney. Pic. Emma McFaul 13/01/2015
A snowy morning in Park Village Co Derry. Pic.Fiona Jane Garrett 13/01/2015
A dark winter morning in Belleek, Co Fermanagh. Pic. Katriona Cox 13/01/2015
Blanket of snow outside Claudy. Pic Stacey Witherow 13/01/2015
A scattering of snow in Fivemiletown. Pic. Julie Brownlee 13/01/2015
Snow fall in Aghadowey. Pic. Lesley Richard Hunter 13/01/2015
Lettershandoney snow fall. Pic. Padraig Lynch 13/01/2015
Flashback: On the way to Cushendun from Ballycastle. Feb 2014 Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Moonlit snow and stars over derelict house on Glenshane Pass. Photo by Martin McKenna.
Walkers on Divis Mountain, Belfast
In England, a jay skips through the snow in Kielder Forest
A donkey on Divis Mountain, Belfast
Traffic on the Glenshane Pass in Co Londonderry, as snow is replaced with rain and high winds across the province.
Sheep brave the overnight snowfall in Co Derry, Feb 2014. Picture Margaret McLaughlin
Taken on Portstewart Strand,11/2/14. Some hardy surfers undeterred by a snowstorm. Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Frosty - Snowfall in Northern Ireland Feb 2014. Picture submitted by Stevie Burns
Snow in Maghera, Co Derry with bad weather hitting across Northern Ireland. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Snowfall in Coleraine - a creative eye. Submitted by Deanna Partridge Feb 2014
Snow at Creative Gardens Galgorm Castle. Feb 2014. Submitted by Philip Gass.
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Feb 2014 Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Snow in Limavady. Feb 2014 By @RichardCraig7
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Feb 2014 Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Snow in the Aghanloo area, just outside Limavady. Feb 2014 By @RVE_LTD
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Feb 2014 Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Heavy snow at Hillfarm House Deer Sanctuary, Derry. Feb 2014 By @kevinharkin3
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Feb 2014 Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Flashback to snowy 2013: Spelga Dam in the Mournes. Submitted on behalf of Lynette Cooke.
Flashback to Winter 2013: Icicles in Ballynure. Submitted by Stephen Millings
Flashback to Winter 2013: Carrigagh Road Dromara. Submitted by Stephen Dunniece
Flashback to Winter 2013: Okay, there's no snow and this is a snow gallery but this pic of Des Nixon, taken by his wife Jo, deserves to be published
Flashback to Winter 2013: Carrigagh Road Dromara. Submitted by Stephen Dunniece
Flashback to Winter 2013: Submitted by Sarah Loughridge
Flashback to Winter 2013: Fair head. Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Flashback to Winter 2013: Submitted by Sarah Loughridge
Flashback to Winter 2013: The Glens of Antrim. Submitted by Mary Legg.
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Flashback to Winter 2013: Cushendall Road, Co.Antrim. Submitted by Cathy Clark of Ballycastle
Twins Lewis & Dylan Crooks with big sister Zara from Lurgan. Submitted by Emily Gilchrist
The Glens of Antrim. Submitted by Mary Legg
After the snow, The Glens of Antrim. Submitted by Mary Legg
The Glens of Antrim. Submitted by Mary Legg
Biggest Snowman in Redburn Country Park. Submitted by Katrina Campbell
Debs and Phil wedding at Larchfield Estate. Submitted by Amy Millar
Debs and Phil wedding at Larchfield Estate. Submitted by Amy Millar
Debs and Phil wedding at Larchfield Estate. Submitted by Amy Millar
Cavehill. Submitted by Tim Blake
Cavehill. Submitted by Tim Blake
Cavehill. Submitted by Tim Blake
Divis Mountain. "No left turn" at Lindsay Hairpin on Hannastown road. Submitted by Reg Haslett
Trees at the Cuttings above Dundrod. Submitted by Reg Haslett
Ballycastle, Watertop farm! its in there somewhere. Taken on sunday morning 24th March 2013 by Cathy Clark
New line dam near Carrickfergus on Sunday 24th March 2013. Submitted by Claire Brown
Snow houses built at Ballyvallagh Road Raloo by Mark Stephen and James McConnell
Snow houses built at Ballyvallagh Road Raloo by Mark Stephen and James McConnell
A freshly dug path just off the watch-hill road, straid, ballyclare. This area is known as 'snowy glen' and it has certainly lived up to its name this week! Submitted by Christine Dunn
Snow houses built at Ballyvallagh Road Raloo by Mark Stephen and James McConnell
Gallery of Belfast Telegraph readers' snow pictures Garden fox - Carrowreagh, Dundonald submitted by Carol Cinnamond March 22 2013
House of Stephen Bryden on the Cairn Road outside Carrickfergus. Image sent in by Gerry Millar
Image of a car between a snow bank. Image supplied by Paul Connolly
Basil McCrea travelling through Dromara snowfields. Image supplied by Jamie Mackrell
Basil McCrea with residents in Annahilt. Image supplied by Jamie Mackrell
Gallery of Belfast Telegraph readers' snow pictures Castle Gardens, Lisburn. By Tom Porter
Beautiful trees on divis mountains. By Pauline
A Winter Sun In Lisburn. By Tom Porter

Snow and ice caused widespread disruption across Northern Ireland on Friday morning and the Met Office is warning of more with a new ice warning.

A yellow alert will be in place from 5pm on Friday and last until 11am on Saturday.

Forecasters are predicting temperatures to plummet on Friday evening leaving untreated surfaces particularly treacherous.

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The chief forecaster said: "Clear skies will allow temperatures to fall widely below freezing on Friday evening.

"Particularly at risk of icy patches are roads, pavements and cycleways which are either still snow covered, where surfaces are wet from partially melted snow or standing water and areas where wintry showers occur after dark."

Bus and train operator, Translink said it has put in place a range of measures to cope with sub-zero conditions.

Ciaran Doherty, said: "The last two days have seen the first significant ice and snow of the winter.

“In anticipation of the freezing conditions which have been forecast for the coming weeks, we are already taking the following steps to mitigate their effects and leek our customers moving.

“Our programme of points heaters installation, introduced in 2010 at key strategic points on the rail network, ensures that they are kept free from frost to keep trains moving.

"This programme was completed in 2015 with most points throughout the network now fitted with heaters. We have also introduced barrier heating systems to ensure that barriers on motorist and pedestrian level crossings don’t freeze.

Enough snow today in Belfast to make a lifesize horse! Submitted by Laura
Enough snow today in Belfast to make a lifesize horse! Submitted by Laura
The weather is a popular topic to talk about in Northern Ireland
Here is a picture of the snow dragon/ dinosaur my wife Sarah and I built on Thursday 29th January outside the in law’s home in Carryduff, Belfast. Submitted by Ruiseal McKimm
Myself and two friends took advantage of the recent snowfall and went for a hike in the Mourne Mountains. It was a stunning landscape. I shot this image as we were coming off Pierce's Castle 495m. I have aptly named it 'Frozen Landscape'. - David J Campbell. Twitter handle: @Photodave109
To all the sceptics, this is 100% not photoshopped. My boyfriend and I built it dodging cat poo in my garden the entire time. Submitted by Emma Hamill
A heavy snowfall in Mallusk, Co Antrim. Pic William Irvine. 02/03/2015
A winter wonderland in Carryduff, Co Down. Pic: Stevie Rea. 02/03/2015
A picture of my two very close friends on the last ascent to the summit of Slieve Donard on Saturday 31st January 2015. After battling through 80mph winds, sub zero temperatures and two severe snow blizzards, they made it! It was an amazing moment, and this picture just captures the majesty of it all. - Timothy Fergusson
Remarkable winter scenes on Benbradagh Mountain
Dundrod Co Antrim, submitted by Paul McFarland, Dromore.
Davagh forest nighttime snow mountain bike ride. Submitted by Michael Regan. Jan 29 2015
Olaf from Frozen lives again. Pic by Michelle White.
Images from Dromore Co Down, submitted by Paul McFarland, Dromore
Image of snow in Mayfield area of Glengormely. Submitted by Santhosh John. Jan 2015
Hillsborough Parish Church and Snow Topped Lisburn. Submitted by Tommy Blake. Jan 2015
Snow clings to the trees on the Cochranstown Road near Lisburn
A low winter sun peers over the horizon at Dundrod yesterday morning
A squirrel hunts for food in gardens in west Belfast
Dog-walkers in Stormont Estate yesterday
A horse braves the sleet and snow in Belfast
Hector, a Spanish Water Dog, plays in the snow
The McNeill family - twins Cathal and Caolan (3) and big sister Aoife (6) enjoy a day off school in Annaclone, Co Down. Pic: Paula McNeill (29/01/2015)
The rural beauty of Annaclone, Co Down this morning. Pic: Paula McNeill (29/01/2015)
Snow sun over Annaclone Co Down this morning. Pic: Paula McNeill (29/01/2015)
Thomas and Evie put their day off school to good use. Katesbridge, Co Down. Pic. Stepen Brown (29/01/2015)
Five-year-old Jasmine with her Olaf snowman in Belfast. Pic Maggie Parker (29/01/2015)
A touch of snow on the Coastal Path, Bangor. Pic Arlette Maginness (29/01/2015)
Shoppers and city workers get caught in the snow which fell in Belfast yesterday
Four-year-old Anna from Carryduff enjoying an afternoon in the snow. Pic. Claire Scarborough (28/01/2015)
Shoppers and city workers get caught in the snow which fell in Belfast yesterday
Shoppers and city workers get caught in the snow which fell in Belfast yesterday
Shoppers and city workers get caught in the snow which fell in Belfast yesterday
Portrush
Glengormley
Snow on the A1 dual carriageway near Newry, as an orange weather alert is announced in Northern Ireland. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday January 28, 2015. A cold weather front is to sweep in with temperatures expected to drop as much as 10C to below zero overnight into Thursday. See PA story WEATHER Cold. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire
Sheep in the snow in the Glens of Antrim, as an orange weather alert is announced in Northern Ireland. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday January 28, 2015. A cold weather front is to sweep in with temperatures expected to drop as much as 10C to below zero overnight into Thursday. See PA story WEATHER Cold. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire
Snow in the Glens of Antrim, as an orange weather alert is announced in Northern Ireland. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday January 28, 2015. A cold weather front is to sweep in with temperatures expected to drop as much as 10C to below zero overnight into Thursday. See PA story WEATHER Cold. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire
Little 16-month-old Clara has fun as she gets her first glimpse of the snow and takes her first steps in the winter wonderland in Limavady. Pic. Hannah McCausland 13/01/2015
Spring is just around the corner. Lambeg Pic: George Wills 25/01/2015
A snowy scene taken through a bus window while travelling home to Co. Tyrone. 18/01/2015 Pic. Feldore McHugh
Slemish looking cold and grey in Broughshane. Pic. Maureen Ballantine 16/01/2015
Motorists make their way through snowfall in Gortin near Omagh, as many parts of the UK were on snow alert with wintry showers threatening to disrupt travel. Niall Carson/PA Wire.
Sheep and a grouse in fields in Drumbo
A blanket of snow in Glenarm Co Antrim. Pic Matthew Morrow (28/01/2015)
The magical reflections of the mallards in the sunshine. Oxford Island Craigavon. Pic Noeni Bryars 22/01/2015
The magical reflections of the mallards in the sunshine. Oxford Island Craigavon. Pic Noeni Bryars 22/01/2015
Aoife beside her first ever snowman in Ballyronan, Co Derry. Pic. Caroline Glendinning 14/01/15
A blanket of snow covers Rathfriland. January 2015
A low sun rises over a gate in the Moneyrea countryside
Mischievous cocker spaniel Finn steals snowman's carrot in Coleraine Pic. Karen Garvin 14/01/2015
‘Keeper’ the German shepherd plays in the snow in Ballycastle yesterday. The adverse weather conditions, however, brought misery to many
A solitary figure is framed by the famous trees of the Dark Hedges. January 15. 2015
A woman throws a ball for her springer spaniel on the snowy west strand at Portrush
Brothers Brenn (10) and Aodan (7) Doherty sledge along Creggan Hill to the Model Primary School in Derry
Snowfall causes disruption in the village of Claudy
A stunning sky over a blanket of snow in Five Mile Straight, Maghera, Derry. Pic. Hilary McGrath 14/01/2015
A lone sheep surrounded by snow at a farm near Claudy, Derry. Pic. Fiona-Jane Garrett 14/01/2015
Proudly showing off their snowmen as children enjoy the snowfall in Northern Ireland. Pic. Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
A thick blanket of snow lies in Kildoag, Londonderry. Pic Astrid Coyle 14/01/2015
A good day's work in the snow - proudly showing their happy snowman. Pic Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
Snowball fights in the snow as young and old enjoy the wintry spell in Northern Ireland pic. Michelle Wilmont 14/01/2015
A blanket of snow makes a dramatic view over Loughbrickland Lake. Pic Lisa Young 13/01/2015
Dramatic colours as winter takes over Loughbrickland Lake Co Down. 13/01/2015 Pic. Lisa Young
Beautiful wintry image of Loughbrickland Lake Co Down. Pic. Lisa Young 13/01/2015
Zoe Adair and Victoria Poole enjoying the snowy spell in Northern Ireland. Pic. Victoria Poole. 13/01/2015
A blanket of snow over Dungiven. Pic. Natasha Kealey. 13/01/2015
Traffic slowed down due to snow on the Glendermot road Londonderry. Pic. Marcus Bye 13/01/2015
Heavy snow cover in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
A beautiful snowy landscape in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
A bed of snow glimmers under the sunshine in Strabane. Pic. John Blair 13/01/2015
Snow lying in Inishowen, Co Donegal. Pic. Trygve de Brun 13/01/2015
Florencecourt, CO Fermanagh Susan Elliott 13012015.
A wintry morning in Ballymoney. Pic. Emma McFaul 13/01/2015
A snowy morning in Park Village Co Derry. Pic.Fiona Jane Garrett 13/01/2015
A dark winter morning in Belleek, Co Fermanagh. Pic. Katriona Cox 13/01/2015
Blanket of snow outside Claudy. Pic Stacey Witherow 13/01/2015
A scattering of snow in Fivemiletown. Pic. Julie Brownlee 13/01/2015
Snow fall in Aghadowey. Pic. Lesley Richard Hunter 13/01/2015
Lettershandoney snow fall. Pic. Padraig Lynch 13/01/2015
Moonlit snow and stars over derelict house on Glenshane Pass. Photo by Martin McKenna.
Walkers on Divis Mountain, Belfast
In England, a jay skips through the snow in Kielder Forest
A donkey on Divis Mountain, Belfast
Traffic on the Glenshane Pass in Co Londonderry, as snow is replaced with rain and high winds across the province.
Sheep brave the overnight snowfall in Co Derry, Feb 2014. Picture Margaret McLaughlin
Taken on Portstewart Strand,11/2/14. Some hardy surfers undeterred by a snowstorm. Submitted by Evelyn McCullough
Frosty - Snowfall in Northern Ireland Feb 2014. Picture submitted by Stevie Burns
Snow in Maghera, Co Derry with bad weather hitting across Northern Ireland. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Snowfall in Coleraine - a creative eye. Submitted by Deanna Partridge Feb 2014
Snow at Creative Gardens Galgorm Castle. Feb 2014. Submitted by Philip Gass.
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Snow in Limavady. By @RichardCraig7
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Snow in the Aghanloo area, just outside Limavady. By @RVE_LTD
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Heavy snow at Hillfarm House Deer Sanctuary, Derry. By @kevinharkin3
The scene in Derry's Brooke Park as snow hits the North West. Photo Lorcan Doherty / pressye.com
Flashback to snowy 2013: Spelga Dam in the Mournes. Submitted on behalf of Lynette Cooke.
after the snow
Gallery of Belfast Telegraph readers' snow pictures Garden fox - Carrowreagh, Dundonald submitted by Carol Cinnamond March 22 2013
House of Stephen Bryden on the Cairn Road outside Carrickfergus. Image sent in by Gerry Millar
Image of a car between a snow bank. Image supplied by Paul Connolly
Basil McCrea travelling through Dromara snowfields. Image supplied by Jamie Mackrell
Basil McCrea with residents in Annahilt. Image supplied by Jamie Mackrell
Gallery of Belfast Telegraph readers' snow pictures Castle Gardens, Lisburn. By Tom Porter
Beautiful trees on divis mountains. By Pauline
A Winter Sun In Lisburn. By Tom Porter

“We have a training programme in place for all of our bus drivers on driving in winter conditions which is delivered as part of their annual CPC (Certificate of Professional Competency) review. 

"Each year Translink also produces a Winter Driving Bulletin, which is distributed to all bus drivers providing tips and reminders on safe driving in winter conditions including frost and snow, flooding and fog.

"Our fleet winterisation programme begins in early October, or earlier, depending on weather conditions, ensures that our buses and coaches can operate in cold conditions.

"The programme includes adjusting thermostat settings on engines, ensuring that antifreeze and screen wash fluids are replenished and up to winter strength and checking saloon heating systems. 

"Meanwhile, Service Delivery Managers and bus station personnel ensure that there is sufficient grit and salt in stock for use at bus stations and yards.

During extreme weather conditions Ulsterbus and Metro Inspectors, in conjunction with local bus driver risk assessment groups, carry out route risk assessments to determine the safety and suitability of routes for buses to operate on and divert services if required.

Translink has also taken steps to train around 100 staff in additional competencies such as clearing snow from points and managing points failures they are ‘on standby’ to keep rail, platforms and walkways clear.

Ciaran added: "We know how important it is to keep customers up to date on what is happening to their services so we have also improved our contact centre’s call queuing system, using a ‘cloud-based’ telephone system and server, providing greater resilience and allowing business to continue as normal.

"Our social media channels like Twitter and our TranslinkNI app are also a great ways for our customer to keep up to date with the latest travel news."

"We would call for members of the public to take extra care when using any of our bus and rail facilities in the colder conditions.

"We will do all we can to ensure trains and buses run as normally as possible and will keep passengers informed through social media, station announcements, our website and traffic and travel news.” Ciaran concluded.

Friday morning saw roads closed, bus services disrupted and schools shut after a flurry of snow overnight.

"People out there travelling to work or on the school run should be very aware of the conditions and take care," Transport NI's Cathal Brown told the BBC.

"We've been in action since yesterday afternoon and evening, through the night and into this morning dealing with the trouble spots."

For the latest road closures go to the traffic news website.

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