Archive | November, 2011

Linfield back in the groove

LINFIELD midfielder Robert Garrett believes his teammates have put a sticky patch behind them and are now beginning to hit top gear once again.

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Politicians must act on audit report

Hardly a week passes without two themes asserting themslves in the pages of this newspaper: the tough times being experienced by ordinary families in the teeth of this gruelling recession and, conversely, appalling waste of taxpayers monies by public bodies.

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Ormeau Park parade clash

SDLP members have defended a decision to back the use of Ormeau Park for a controversial unionist ceremony celebrating the signing of the Ulster Covenant.

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Alarm call for South Belfast on boundary changes

The chair of a South Belfast community organisation has said South Belfast needs to “waken up” before its political representation disappears under proposals from the Boundary Commission.

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Civil society turns out to call for Irish language act

Irish language advocates have come together to call for legislation to protect the language at a major event in Stormont.

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Everyday items used to reflect on the story of the conflict

A new exhibition looking at how everyday objects were shaped by the Troubles is currently running in South Belfast.

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