Archive | February, 2013

Rocket Launcher in derelict house belonged to ONH

ÓGLAIGH na hÉireann (ONH) has launched an internal investigation after a rocket launcher and warhead were found in a derelict house in West Belfast. Police made the discovery at an unoccupied

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Frazer ‘wanted match to GO AHEAD’

Self-appointed loyalist leader Willie Frazer has denied the disturbances that saw the cancellation of the Crusaders Cliftonville game last weekend was a flag protest, and claimed he wanted the game

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‘Standards should be the same’

The standard of street cleaning in Belfast should be the same whether you live on the Malone Road or the Cliftonville Road, a local MLA has said.

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It only takes 70 flag-waving loyalists to close our town

The flag protest outside Belfast City Hall may no longer be attracting a thousand loyalists, but as this photo shows – taken on Saturday lunchtime during what should be the busiest shopping day of

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Loyalists to target saint PAT’S Parade

Bouyed by their success in forcing Saturday’s crunch Irish Premier League game between Cliftonville and Crusaders to be abandoned, the Andersonstown News has learned that loyalist flag protestors

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Lisburn backs down on union flag promise

SINN Féin’s Arder Carson says the decision by Lisburn City Council not to conduct a review of its current flag policy in relation to designated days was “a victory for common sense”.

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