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Archive | November, 2014

KILL ALL TAIGS: death threat to kids’ team

A group of West Belfast children fled a leisure centre cowering in terror on the floor of a minibus after sectarian graffiti was daubed on their vehicle while they played a soccer match. The children from Celtic Bhoys 12s were playing a friendly game in Ballysillan Leisure Centre on Friday evening past. The boys and […]

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Count your starling blessings

It’s a bird that many people have in their gardens, but to be truthful, few appreciate. Starlings are noisy, aggressive and certainly aren’t house-proud when it comes to building a nest. They’re common – at the last count there were half a million of them in Ireland – but for some reason they have just […]

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Gran’s plea to ‘distressed’ Leontia

THE grandmother of a North Belfast woman who left a family centre in a “distressed state” has made an emotional plea for her to get in touch with the family. Leontia Teague (20) who went missing two weeks ago today (Thursday), was staying at Thorndale Family Centre on Duncairn Avenue but was last seen visiting […]

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Now it’s curry my Gregory after years of quotable fun

GREGORY Campbell’s ‘Curry my yoghurt’ outburst in the Assembly was as unsurprising as it was unfunny. The line was spoken with all the confidence and panache of Willie Frazer reading a prepared statement, but regardless of the ham-fisted delivery, it had the desired effect of copperfastening Gregory’s unassailable position as the DUP’s sneerer-in-chief. It’s a […]

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Public told Bishop’s spending is ‘separate’ to parish

A public meeting held last night (Wednesday, November 11) to discuss the financial future of Holy Family Parish was told that spending on the renovation of the Bishop’s Somerton Road residence is a “separate issue” from the parish finances – even though he is officially the Parish Priest. Two weeks ago the North Belfast News […]

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Police make arrests after upsurge in car crime in Divis area

Police in West Belfast have made arrests in the Divis area to tackle the issue of car crime. There have been a number of incidents where vehicles have been taken from properties in areas outside of the area following creeper burglaries and then driven dangerously in Divis. Police have responded to this and have made […]

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