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Archive | April, 2013

You can’t Beat this for a Féile line-up

THE cream of Irish traditional and international music acts are signing on the dotted line for Féile an Phobail’s massive 25th birthday. Every week more and more bands and musicians are confirming they’ll be in West Belfast in August with the festival shaping up to be the biggest party ever in West Belfast. Last week […]

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We’re not finished yet

AS CLIFTONVILLE chairman Gerard Lawlor gave an emotional address to reporters in Solitude’s media room, he stopped mid-sentence as the man who masterminded Saturday’s title triumph arrived. A smiling Tommy Breslin entered to fulfill his post-match duties and he wore a look of satisfaction that said ‘job done’. While there could be no doubt that […]

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A road to nowhere

IN the wake of bombs like those in Boston earlier this week, people say all sorts of things. Remember the Omagh bomb?  British and American politicians hurried to the town to join in the general sense of outrage and to assure local people of their support in rebuilding. Nothing would redress the terrible loss of […]

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Ditch the tattoo and buy a penknife

Dúlra’s got an idea for TV series that’s gonna make him a millionaire. He’s even got a name for it – you’ve heard of true love, well, this is Tree Love. He’s going to take a film crew through Colin Glen and across the Belfast hills, not to enjoy the wildlife, but to record the […]

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Sean Kelly and Mark Sweeney return for Antrim

ANTRIM’S preparations for the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final against Monaghan have been given a massive boost with the return of Sean Kelly and Mark Sweeney to the county panel. St Galls’ Niall O’Neill has joined the panel while Karl Stewart may also return to county colours as Frank Dawson tries to resurrect the county’s […]

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Stopping by woods on a snowy springtime

Forests go through months and years of cruel winters unscathed, but then in a few hours nature deals them a knock-out blow. The snow storm of three weeks ago did more damage than Dúlra has ever seen. This photo is of an ancient lime tree on Cave Hill – one of the biggest in the […]

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