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Archive | September, 2014

Welfare reform could result in spike in suicides

WELFARE reform could have a major impact on the levels of suicide in North Belfast a leading mental health academic has claimed. Professor of Mental Health at the University of Ulster, Siobhan O’Neill, said that mental health problems coincided with the normal ups and downs of life and said that policy decisions made at the […]

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DUP opposed anti-poverty strategy as well as welfare cuts

ON September 1 at a full Council meeting Sinn Féin proposed a motion asking the Council to oppose the Tory and DUP welfare cuts strategy. A majority of councillors supported the motion and it was agreed by Belfast City Council. Belfast City Council now stands opposed to the Tory and DUP strategy of attacking the […]

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Smokin’ New Lodge fighters aim for US victory

IN A week where North Belfast is still buoyant from the success of boxing ace Carl Frampton, a group of New Lodge youngsters have taken their own fight to the world stage. Ten amateur boxers from the Holy Family Boxing Club this week travelled to America to take on some of the country’s best young […]

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Flegforce flatters to deceive as things stay just the way they are

HANDS up who remembers Billy Hutchinson’s cunning plan promise. Okay, now hands up who has ever managed to find out exactly what the cunning plan was. Thought not. Squinter’s been pondering for a while the apparent inability of unionists to do the things they say they’re going to do – Billy’s stirring response to the […]

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Birthday Greetings 20th September 2014

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Orange Order slammed for new Ardoyne parade bid

A new bid by the Orange Order to march along the Crumlin Road later his month has been slammed by nationalist politicians and the local residents group, CARA. Notification was sent to the Parades Commission this week by No. 1 District Loyal Orange Lodge for the parade – involving three bands and up to 350 […]

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