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Archive | January, 2018

Cave Hill exhibition to open at Easter

THE Cave Hill Conservation Campaign group are appealing to the public for items as part of a new exhibition on the North Belfast historic landscape. An idea first discussed about a year ago by volunteers of the group, Belfast Castle has now granted space for an exhibition to be installed in the basement, which is […]

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Man shot in ankles in Ballymurphy as spate of paramilitary-style attacks continues

SINN Féin West Belfast MLA Pat Sheehan has condemned the shooting of a man in the Divismore area of Ballymurphy last night (Tuesday). The 38 year-old was shot in both ankles in Glenalina Gardens shortly after 9.30pm. The victim is understood to be in a stable condition in hospital. The latest shooting in the upper […]

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Calls to clarify comments from Chair of Arts Council

THE DIRECTOR of Féile an Phobail says he is “surprised and disappointed” by controversial comments made by the Chair of the Arts Council after he critised the “high level of dependency” on grants in the North. Speaking at the Arts and Business awards at Belfast’s Harbour Commissioner’s Office on Wednesday night, John Edmund said that […]

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A law firm with a difference

A dynamic and ever expanding law firm in the heart of Belfast city centre, Keystone Law’s use of bespoke and rapidly developing technology sets it apart from the competition. Founding partner John McMahon explained that Keystone began life back in 2002 in London and was set up by current managing director of the London operation […]

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Former BMG journalist has her first book published

A former Belfast Media Group journalist is celebrating after having her debut novel published. Áine Toner has been at the helm of Ireland’s most successful weekly magazine, Woman’s Way, since 2008. Born in Belfast and raised on the Ormeau Road, Áine has always dreamed of writing a novel, and after nine months of blood, sweat […]

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Two men shot in West and North Belfast paramilitary style attacks

POLITICAL representatives have spoken out after two men were shot in separate paramilitary style attacks one hour apart in West and North Belfast on Sunday night. At around 7.30pm a 41-year-old man was shot five times when a gang entered his Divismore Park home in the Ballymurphy area. A 26-year-old man was shot three times […]

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