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Archive | June, 2017

Tributes paid as QUB Vice-Chancellor Paddy Johnston passes away suddenly

Tributes have been paid to Professor Patrick Johnston, the Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University Belfast, who died suddenly on Sunday. Before becoming vice-chancellor in 2014, he was Dean of the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences and was regarded as one of the world’s leading cancer researchers. The university announced his death in a short […]

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Late Ahoghill penalty denies Rossa

Antrim Football League Division One O’Donovan Rossa 0-9 Ahoghill 1-7 A GOAL from a last-minute Noel Crossey penalty saw St Mary’s, Ahoghill snatch the league points from Rossa at a rain-lashed Rossa Park on Sunday. The South West side trailed by three going into the final minutes, but Crossey floated over a free before squeezing […]

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Summer market at St James’ Farm

THIS Saturday will see fun and frolics down on the farm as the first St James’ Farm summer market takes place. The fabulous urban farm in the heart of the Falls has been a big hit in the area with the Andersonstown News regularly covering their events. Farmer Damian Lindsay said: “We would love to […]

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Holy Trinity Day Care break in

STAFF at Trinity Day Care in Norglen Gardens say they are ‘fed up’ with the ongoing anti-social behavior they are facing.   Daycare Manager Siobhan Connolly, was opening up the day care facility on Tuesday morning after the bank holiday weekend when she realised they had a break in.   She said: “It’s an ongoing […]

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Army knew of loyalist bombing suspects

A shocking discovery from the British military archives proves that the British army knew that names of two loyalists suspected of involvement in the bombing of Kelly’s Bar. On the 13th of May 1972, a car bomb detonated without warning outside the Springfield Road bar and resulted in the death of three people. John Moran […]

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Burnett can be a Belfast regular with title win: Hearn

EDDIE Hearn has said Ryan Burnett can be a regular fixture in his home town should all go to plan next Saturday night. The Newington man takes on Lee Haskins for the IBF bantamweight title at the SSE Arena in his first bid for world honours and the Matchroom promoter believes performance and victory need […]

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