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Archive | December, 2016

Polish mother left shocked in wake of racist home attack

A POLISH mother-of-two who has lived in Belfast for ten years has been left shaken after her North Belfast home was targeted in a racist attack. The Downview resident was putting her eight-year-old and nine-month -old sons to bed when she heard glass smashing. The front door glass and windows at the front of the property […]

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St Luke’s and Swifts eye Irish Cup progress

THE chance to secure a Fifth Round Irish Cup meeting with one of the Irish Premiership’s big boys is the prize on offer to St Luke’s and Sport and Leisure Swifts this Saturday. Twinbrook’s St Luke’s are in their first year in the blue riband competition and they have adapted brilliantly following a First Round […]

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All smiles as Frampton and Santa Cruz prepare to resume hostilities

IT was all smiles and selfies at the Europa Hotel on Tuesday as Carl Frampton welcomed Leo Santa Cruz – the man he relieved of the WBA featherweight title in July – to Belfast for the first part of a two-leg media tour to promote the rematch between the pair on January 28 at the […]

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Rossa and Aghagallon face off to decide U21 football honours

THE final piece of silverware for 2016 will be decided this Sunday at Toome (2pm throw-in) when Rossa face Aghagallon to decide who will be crowned U21 football champions. Last year the men from the South West came up short in the final against St John’s, so they will be determined to go one better […]

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Young Senators on a cultural tour of the city

SENATORS Fintan Warfield and Niall Ó Donnghaile have been touring the city’s broad range of cultural and arts groups and to lend their support to a number of LGBT projects. The purpose of the visit was to showcase the burgeoning arts scene in Belfast and Dublin and to connect the two. Both Sinn Féin Senators […]

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Órlaithí Flynn set to become new MLA

A 28-year-old who has worked as a political advisor to three Sinn Féin MLAs is expected to be ratified as the party’s new MLA for West Belfast at a selection convention in the Felons tonight (Thursday). The Andersonstown News understands that nominations closed yesterday to replace Jennifer McCann, who announced last month that she was […]

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