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Seaneen to be buried tomorrow

THE FUNERAL of Seaneen McCullough, the New Barnsley woman who tragically died on holiday last week, will take place tomorrow, Saturday. The 37-year old nurse fell from a hotel balcony in Turkey on July 11. She was on holiday with her partner and son at the time. This week her friends and family gathered outside […]

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Pic of the Day, Thursday July 19

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St James’ Swifts begin new chapter at DC

ST James’ Swifts begin a new chapter in their club’s history on Sunday when they play their first official fixture at Donegal Celtic Park after agreeing a ground-share deal with their West Belfast neighbours. Having played their home games at nearby Woodlands last season, the Swifts will begin their pre-season schedule at DC against National […]

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‘Belfast’s deadliest bend’ now even deadlier

THERE have been calls for the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) to take urgent action to cut back overhanging trees and foliage on what’s been dubbed ‘Belfast’s most deadly bend’. The hairpin bend at Colinglen Road, where there is gated access to the popular Colin Glen forest park, needs to be negotiated with extreme care by […]

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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, July 18

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Big hearts in a small community

FOR those who are not familiar with the geography of ‘The Bone’, Patsy Godfrey from the Marrowbone Community Association explains that the area stretches from Glenview Street to nearby Ardilea Street – neatly wedged between the Oldpark and Ardoyne. The Bone is a small area by most standards, but what it lacks in size, it […]

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English student appeals for return of stolen rare motorcycle

A STUDENT from England who recently moved to North Belfast has issued an appeal for information after thieves stole his prized motorcycle from outside his home. Lucas Gayle arrived in Belfast last September to study at Ulster University and brought along his rare Yamaha motorcycle as a means of getting to classes and to work. […]

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Hundreds turn out to show their support for Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey following attacks on their homes

HUNDREDS of people turned out in force to show their support for Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin northern secretary Bobby Storey after their West Belfast homes were attacked on Friday night. The rally, which was held at the former Andersonstown barracks site, heard Mr Adams say he wanted those behind the attack to “step up, […]

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