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Archive | June, 2012

Public urged to protect Ormeau ‘ghost bike’

MEMBERS of the public are being encouraged to help protect a new “ghost bike” tribute that has been erected at the site of a fatal traffic accident on Ormeau Bridge.A local cycling organisation have designed a new “ghost bike” to replace the one that was stolen by thieves earlier this month.

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Falls Park to take centre stage at Féile an Phobail

With less than a week to go until the official launch of Féile an Phobail 2012, the Andersonstown News can reveal some of the exciting acts that will be taking to the stage this summer. From August 1 to August 12, West Belfast will be awash with culture and entertainment and will become a veritable hive of activity as the country’s largest community festival gets under way.

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Loyalist flags at shops and chapel

A number of loyalist paramilitary flags have been erected along a main route in North Belfast including outside a supermarket and at the entrance to a mixed neighbourhood. The Shore Road has seen a number of UVF flags and unions flags erected along the route into Belfast.

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Deluge opens floodgates to criticism of agencies

The recent bad weather in South Belfast has opened up the floodgates to criticism of how agencies are dealing with flooding in areas such as Sicily Park.SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell has held meetings with NI Water to address the response procedures that were implemented in the Finaghy area.

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Video: Floods devastate cul-de-sac

This is the devastating scene at a cul-de-sac in Orchardville Crescent, off Finaghy Road North, on Wednesday evening. The flash floods caused

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Arch vandalised ahead of parade

The orange arch in Glengormley was vandalised this week hours before it was officially opened during a

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