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Pic of the day, Thursday, May 24

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Carol Ann anniversary: info appeal

A WEST Belfast family have issued an appeal for information relating to the killing of 11-year-old schoolgirl Carol Ann Kelly, whose 37th anniversary occurs this week. Carol Ann was fatally injured by a plastic bullet fired by a British soldier in disputed circumstances on May 19, 1981. The round struck her on the back of […]

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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, May 23

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The Jackal delights primary school pupils

FORMER world champion boxer Carl Frampton made dreams come true for hundreds of children after a recent visit to two North Belfast integrated schools. ‘The Jackal’ visited Cliftonville Integrated Primary School and Hazelwood Integrated College as part of a whistle-stop tour in partnership with the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education (NICIE). During the visits, […]

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Boy finds drugs found on the way to school

A LOCAL mother is urging children and parents to be on their guard after her 16-year-old son found drugs on his way to school. Patricia Lagan Haywood posted an image of the pink tablets, which are understood to be a type of ecstasy, on social media after her son picked up the tablets on Jamaica […]

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Pic of the Day, Tuesday, May 22

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Our young people, our hard work: R-City

SINCE its foundation in 2013, R-City has become one of the most important and impressive youth projects in the country. The project is based in the former Holy Cross Boys’ Community School, which straddles the Shankill and Ardoyne, and aims to build bridges between interface communities. At its core R-City is about providing educational and […]

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‘Asbestos is killing Carrick Hill people’

A CARRICK HILL resident is calling for an inquiry into a link between deaths of local people from exposure to deadly asbestos over the years in the area. Daniel Howard Mulcahy has lived in Carrick Hill for over 50 years and believes there is a strong link between the ‘silent killer’ disease and a large […]

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