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Archive | March, 2016

All roads lead to a music career for country singer John ahead of his Coleraine CD launch

HE toured the pubs and clubs of Belfast making his name as a Garth Brooks impersonator, but now John Rafferty is setting his sights on making it as a country music artist in his own right. The Falls singer is taking the first steps towards his ambition when he launches his new CD, ‘Shake of […]

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Audio recording row rambles on at City Hall

The row that never was became the main talking point of March’s Belfast City Council meeting at City Hall last night, writes David Whelan in City Hall. Councillor Brian Heading (SDLP) looked incensed as he waved a publication circulating in North Belfast which he claimed “calls into question my integrity”. Cllr Heading was referring to […]

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Cólaiste performing arts students put on new 1916 production

PERFORMING arts students from Beechmount’s Coláiste Feirste will take to the stage this weekend in the Roddy McCorley Social Club to debut their latest work. A newly devised production by Máire McNally, entitled 1916, will premiere as part of the annual Eddie Keenan Memorial festivities. The play reflects on the role of the seven signatories […]

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Two charged with South Belfast shotgun murder

Two men have been charged with the murder of Stephen Carson, who was shot dead in South Belfast last week. Mr Carson, a father-of-two, was shot dead in a house at Walmer Street in the Ormeau Road area on Thursday evening. The men, aged 32 and 37, are due to appear before Belfast Magistrates Court. […]

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