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Archive | December, 2016

Lagan past becomes part of Minnowburn’s future

WOOD that was once the decking of Belfast’s Lagan Weir footbridge has found a new lease of life thanks to some creative upcycling by conservation charity, the National Trust. Upcycling is a buzzword at the moment as people seek creative ways to turn unwanted goods into something new. The National Trust recently showed just how […]

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Christmas misery for thugs’ victims

RAMPAGING thugs have brought misery to South Belfast in a series of attacks that have taken the sparkle off the season for the victims. A home intrusion in the Lisburn Road area by an armed gang left two young men requiring hospital treatment, while a car stolen from the Finaghy area was recovered by police […]

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Charity single aims to highlight the real meaning of Christmas

CRITICALLY acclaimed musician and composer Brian McAteer, renowned for his work with folk rockers Blackthorn and Bernagh, is donating all proceeds from his Christmas song ‘Christmas is Comin’ Around’ to West Belfast homeless charity the Welcome Organisation. He duets with Banbridge chanteuse Caitlin Cousins and the song has already caught fire on iTunes. Brian explained […]

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Foster survives no confidence vote

A VOTE calling for Arlene Foster to be excluded from holding ministerial office for six months failed yesterday in the Stormont Assembly. Over half of the 75 MLAs who voted backed the motion. However, cross party support was not given, with Sinn Féin abstaining from the vote, and the motion fell. Sinn Féin MLA Carál […]

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Olympics’ disappointment now a distant memory: Conlan

MICHAEL Conlan says his Olympics’ nightmare is firmly in the past as he gets set to embark upon his professional career that begins in Madison Square Garden, New York on St Patrick’s Day. Back in August, he was denied at least bronze at the Rio Games when Russia’s Vladimir Nikitin was controversially given the decision […]

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Chance meeting could fill in the blanks of woman’s missing past

A WOMAN born in Clifton Street who was put into care shortly after birth says she hopes she will be able to find out more about the mother who gave her up after coming into contact with a former work colleague. Marie Therese Rogers Maloney, 65, wrote a book recounting her experiences in Nazareth Lodge […]

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