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Archive | May, 2018

Pic of the day, Thursday, May 31

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Syrian family’s nightmare is nearly over

A SYRIAN family living in West Belfast are calling on the Housing Executive to house them with “dignity.” Abed Elzohby, his wife Sakina and their four young children aged 8, 11, 13 and 14 fled Syria two and a half years ago and made a home for themselves in West Belfast. The Elzohby family were […]

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Three is the magic number for super Star

NAFL Clarence Cup final Crumlin Star 3 Sirocco Works 0 CRUMLIN Star made history at Breda Park on Tuesday evening as the Ardoyne club completed an Amateur League treble, adding the Clarence Cup to the NAFL Premier Division title and Border Cup. First half goals from Ciaran Murphy and Joseph McNeill set Star on their way […]

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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, May 30

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Business at the heart of the community

LOCATED on the Duncairn Gardens and North Queen Street interface between the neighbouring New Lodge and Tiger’s Bay communities, North City Business Centre was set up as a purpose-built business park. North City is all about encouraging the development of small and medium businesses in the surrounding community, creating employment and providing focus for the […]

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Loyalist flag protocol ‘cold comfort’ for Ballynafeigh residents

SOUTH Belfast Sinn Féin MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir has described a new loyalist flag protocol as “no comfort” for Ballynafeigh residents. Tuesday’s move will limit the number of flags on the Ormeau Road and the length of time they are in place. The protocol also states that no flags linked to paramilitary groups will be […]

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