Archive | September, 2014

Birthday Greetings 27th September

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Grimley’s boss tells of ordeal

THE Director of Noel Grimley Electrics says the callous actions of thieves who robbed his premises on Monday will not deter him or staff from continuing the business which has served the West Belfast community for 50 years. Speaking to the Andersonstown News, Eamonn Grimley said he and other staff are still “pretty shaken up” […]

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There’s one fine county in Ireland

When you’re a city person, sights like this can really surprise you. Rows upon rows of gnarled, old trees, branches heavy with big, awkwardly shaped apples. Dúlra was in the heart of the Orchard Country, but he was still surprised that people actually make a living from growing these fruit. And a good living, it […]

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5 pints of blood for mum sent home from A&E

A young West Belfast mum has accused the Royal Victoria Hospital’s A&E department of letting her down after she was sent home and had to return again within an hour suffering from severe internal bleeding. 23-year-old Aisling McGrath was brought by ambulance to A&E at around 5pm last Tuesday after she started to bleed heavily. […]

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Death of man in flat treated as ‘suspicious’

DETECTIVES from the PSNI’s Serious Crime Branch are investigating the death of a 31-year-old man at a flat in the St Mary’s Gardens area of Beechmount on Saturday. Detective Chief Inspector Justyn Galloway said that following a post mortem examination, results have indicated that the man may have died in “suspicious circum-stances”.   Suspicious “My […]

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‘Attacked because I’m a Pagan Priest’

A verbal attack on a ‘Shamanic priest’ in a popular West Belfast shopping centre is being treated as a hate incident by police. It’s believed to be the first time that an attack on a victim describing hiimself as “pagan” has been dubbed a hate incident by the PSNI. Patrick Carberry, proprietor of the Silent […]

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