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Pressure mounts for new school building for St Joseph’s College

EDUCATIONALISTS and local community leaders have called for a new school building for St Joseph’s College. Housed in the former St Monica’s Secondary School on the Ravenhill Road, local representatives believe stellar progress at the school is being hampered by its crumbling premises. The school, which opened in 1992, is proud of its all-ability, Catholic […]

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Pic of the Day, Friday, December 14

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Christina out to build on her mum’s legacy

MENTION the name Belle Black to anyone in the Grosvenor area and you’ll get a smile of recognition and hear nothing but praise for the late community activist. Now her daughter Christina Black hopes with all her heart to continue that legacy and make her mum and her area proud. For after much soul searching […]

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OAP summonsed for feeding the horses

A WEST Belfast animal lover is calling on Belfast City Council to drop their case against him after he received a littering summons for feeding horses in a field. Ballymurphy man Seamus Conlon was feeding a friend’s horses in a field on the Hannahstown Hill in June of this year when he was approached by […]

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Family of Jim Donegan ask for ‘no retaliation’ as funeral takes place in West Belfast

THE family of Jim ‘JD’ Donegan have called for “no retaliation, only justice” as the Requiem Mass of the murdered 43-year-old took place in St John’s Church on the Falls Road this morning. Mr Donegan was shot and killed as he waited to pick up his son from St Mary’s Grammar School on the Glen […]

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New report lays out bright future for West Belfast

A NEW report detailing the positive transformation that has taken place in West Belfast in recent years will be launched on tomorrow morning (Friday). ‘Vision 20:20 Transforming West Belfast’ will look to the future as well as outlining projects such as the James Connolly Interpretive Centre, Casement Park and the Roddy McCorley Society interactive museum […]

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The Fureys: Uniting generations through music

DESPITE its relatively small population, ours has never been a country with a shortage of musicians on the international stage, but few of them have had an impact as lasting as The Fureys. Formed in the 1978, the iconic folk group has entertained audiences throughout the world for 40 years. While the band’s line-up has […]

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Pic of the day, Thursday, December 13

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