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Archive | May, 2015

Tense wait as Villiers weighs up DUP offer to take over responsibility for welfare from Stormont

THE DUP has urged London to take over responsibility for welfare from the Assembly after the party’s bid to push through the Welfare Bill failed after a lengthy debate yesterday. A petition of concern tabled by Sinn Féin and backed by the SDLP and the Greens ensured that the bill would be blocked, opening the […]

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Alice in Wonderland ball tribute to tragic Caitriona

A MOTHER who cradled her daughter as she died of meningitis is to host an Alice in Wonderland-themed ball to mark the 10th anniversary of her death. Patricia Connolly cuddled her 20-year-old daughter Caitriona as she passed away from her third meningitis bout a decade ago. Patricia, who recently ran the Belfast Marathon with over […]

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Stormont on brink of collapse

As First Minister Peter Robinson recovers in the Royal Victoria Hospital in West Belfast from a suspected heart attack, his party colleagues will today bring forward a Welfare Bill which could trigger the collapse of the Stormont Executive. Having abandoned talks with Sinn Féin to close the gap between the two big parties on protections […]

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Four red cards produced as dismal Antrim go from bad to worse

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Qualifying Group Carlow 2-18 Antrim 1-11 THE annus horribilis for Antrim hurling continued on Sunday at Netwatch Cullen Park as they fell to a ten-point defeat to Carlow that means they drop down to the Christy Ring Cup for 2016. Both sides finished this game with 13 players, with Carlow’s Marty […]

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Narrower pavements for new transit system must mean lower speed limits, says urban campaigner

An architect and campaigner has called for a reduction in the speed limit on one of the city’s main roads to reduce safety fears around the new Rapid Transit System. Declan Hill from the Forum for an Alternative Belfast says the narrowing of pavements on the Falls Road represents a danger to pedestrians and has […]

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How Northern Ireland is making vital connections in the Big Apple

In America there are over six million first and second generation people with a close connection to Northern Ireland. This is a country which is changing for the better and NI Connections has been actively working to ask those with an affinity to the country to help us to update perceptions around the world. You […]

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