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Pic of the Day, Tuesday, January 15

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Patricia’s latest work set to banish January blues

MONDAY morning and a trip across the city to the old Belfast Metropolitan College on Tower Street ,whose beauty and hair salon is proving the perfect rehearsal space for Patricia Gormley’s latest work ‘Is That Too Hot?’ Set in the world of hairdryers, rollers, straighteners and all things beauty, the hilarious sequel to ‘I’ll Tell […]

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DUP and SF lay out their stalls ahead of this evening’s key Brexit vote

MPs are preparing to vote on whether to back or reject Theresa May’s deal for leaving the European Union. The so-called “meaningful vote” will take place around 7pm tonight as five days of debate on Brexit come to an end. Mrs May has called for politicians to back her deal or risk letting the British […]

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Pic of the Day, Monday, January 14

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Park to be in full swing

SHAWS Bridge children’s play park is set to benefit from £165,000 of Belfast City Council funding as part of ambitious refurbishment plans. As part of its Playground Improvement Programme, Belfast City Council intend to commence work at the end of this month so that the play park will be in full ‘swing’ come the Easter […]

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Man to stand trial for murder of West Belfast mum-of-three

A MAN is to stand trial for the murder of a mother-of-three in West Belfast. 40-year-old Raymond O’Neill appeared before Belfast Magistrates Court on Friday accused of killing Jennifer Dornan (30) and setting fire to her home in August 2015. He is also separately charged with the rape of another woman in December 2003. Mr […]

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50 kilos of cannabis seized in North and West of the city

FOUR men will appear at Belfast Magistrates Court on Friday morning following the seizure of cannabis with an estimated street value of £1 million was seized in a police operation on Wednesday night. Properties on the Springfield Road and Shore Road, as well as two vehicles, were searched by police as 50 kilos of the […]

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EYE ON THE PAST: January 4 & 11, 1975

Sad home coming for Mary and Billy IT was a sad Christmas for Mary and Billy Kennedy despite their release from internment on Christmas Eve. For the Kennedys – parents of seven children – found their maisonette home in Divis Flats in ruins when they returned to it just hours before Christmas. Ceilings and walls […]

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