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Archive | July, 2014

Launch of Féile 2014

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Priests at Féile suggest ‘a corner has been turned’

TWO prominent priests are coming to Lenadoon as part of the annual St Oliver Plunkett Talks during Féile an Phobail. On Tuesday, August 5, Father Tim Bartlett will be speaking on the topic of ‘God and Caesar – How Should Church and State Relate in Ireland Today?’ Fr Bartlett has been described as one of […]

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Tom and that unfinished cemetery story

DESCRIBING it as “the other half of the story”, Tom Hartley is preparing to launch his new book about Milltown Cemetery. It is the second part of his The History of Belfast, Written In Stone series, the first focusing on the City Cemetery. The new book will be launched as part of Féile an Phobail […]

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Twelfth weekend stabbing and hate crimes investigated

A 19-year-old from Ligoniel was treated for a stab wound to his back on Saturday in the most serious of a number of crimes reported over the twelfth weekend. The teenager was rushed to hospital after he was attacked on the Mountainhill Road following an incident in the early hours of Saturday (July 12). The […]

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Killer ‘anti-drug’ gang heads west

A CRIMINAL gang that extorts North Belfast drug dealers while claiming to oppose them has started to spread its tentacles into West Belfast. Action Against Drugs (AAD) had until recently operated almost exclusively in the North of the city, particularly the New Lodge area. They are widely believed to have been responsible for the murder […]

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Transport in transition

WE report today that work on the much-heralded new Belfast Rapid Transit system is to begin in West Belfast in August. The new system has an impressive title, no doubt, but when you strip it right down it’s clear we’re not going to see anything nearly as visionary or as exciting as Dublin’s Luas service, […]

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