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Image of the day, Tuesday February 19

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Springhill Massacre Families to relaunch their campaign in fight for truth and justice

PROMINENT QC Michael Mansfield will be guest speaker at the Cultúrlann on Tuesday February 26 as the Springhill Westrock Massacre Families officially relaunch their campaign for justice 47 years after their loved ones were killed. Five lives were lost in the Springhill estate on July 9, 1972. New inquests into the death of the civilians […]

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Call goes out for race marshals ahead of annual Craic 10K

VOLUNTEER race marshals are being sought to assist as part of the annual St Patrick’s Day Craic 10K. With the countdown well and truly on until race day this March 17, a number of marshals are still needed to ensure the race runs as smoothly as possible. Partnering with the Craic 10K team for 2019 […]

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Pic of the day, Monday February 18

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PIPS ‘killing’ us as claim chaos hits a new low

SICK and disabled people are being left in benefits limbo after having their PIP assessments cancelled. In October, a report published by campaigners Right to Work: Right to Welfare (R2W) detailed what they describe as the “conscious cruelty” of the PIP disability assessments, which are carried out by the private company Capita on behalf of […]

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Defeat ends Antrim’s promotion hopes

Allianz Hurling League 2A Antrim 1-15 Westmeath 1-17 ANTRIM’S two-point defeat to Westmeath at Corrigan Park yesterday left their promotion hopes in tatters as the visitors took a huge step towards a final berth. Going into the game, the Saffrons knew they needed a win to keep themselves in the mix, but they just couldn’t […]

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Cops’ early weekend start to stop fighting

INCREASED police resources are to be deployed at the Falls Park and City Cemetery from as early as 3pm this weekend following pre-arranged fights in the area. And the PSNI were “stretched “ on Saturday night as they tried to control hundreds of young people who had gathered in the Ballymurphy area – notably the […]

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Double winners as it gets too close to call

THE prize for Brexit Bellylaugh of the Week is getting more competitive with every day that brings us closer to March 29. After giving the matter some thought, Squinter has been unable to separate two candidates, and so the prize is jointly awarded. First co-winner is Andrea Leadsom, Tory Leader of the House, for her […]

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