Archive | October, 2012

Fake notes swamp West ahead of the Christmas period

West Belfast is being swamped with fake £10 and £20 notes ahead of the busy Christmas shopping period

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Captured on film: Hoods ram cops

This is the moment three police officers were injured when their vehicle was rammed by hoods in Albert Street at the weekend.

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Heroin needles found

A LOWER Falls resident says urgent action needs to be taken after he found a heroin kit in an alleyway just yards from his home – and

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Now plans afoot for a major Finaghy facelift

Finaghy crossroads could be set for a recession-busting makeover after a local Councillor called for a 21st century facelift, similar to

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Olympic hero in sights

North Belfast’s Olympic boxing hero Paddy Barnes will put his reputation on the line when he steps in to the ring for a second time with a gutsy

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Immortalised in poetry but not by the poets

Few of us associate Glengormley with poetry. Seamus Heaney used one word to describe the place: bleak. Padraic Fiacc lived in Glengormley

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