Archive | September, 2011

Dark, fast and slick

What’s the story? If you’re planning a robbery, there’s one thing you can’t possibly do without and that’s a reliable and talented getaway driver.

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In City Hall corridors, wind of change picks up speed

I popped along to the Cultúrlann on Friday past – Culture Night – to view the 51-piece exhibition of Gerard Dillon’s work, and was blown away.

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No changing of the guard after county finals

Our Senior Championships were decided at Casement Park last weekend and to no great surprise the titles were retained by the respective holders.St Gall’s won

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Post-primary schools are in the firing-line

Hundreds of schools are facing the threat of closure after the Education Minister ordered an immediate review of the viability of every school in the North – and West Belfast is in the firing line. Post-primary institutions

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Loughgiel fight back to retain hurling title

LOUGHGIEL Shamrocks collected their second Antrim hurling title in a row when a devastating final ten minute scoring burst ensured they pipped Cushendall to claim the Volunteer Cup at Casement Park on Sunday.

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Champions complete drive for five

St Gall’s are the 2011 Antrim Senior Football champions after a three-point victory over Lámh Dhearg at Casement Park on Saturday night.

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