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TDs and senators on the Shankill

A delegation from Leinster House was given a walking tour of the Shankill on Tuesday after accepting an invitation by a grassroots loyalist organisation to discuss how the Good Friday Agreement has been implemented. The senators and TDs, who are members of the Oireachtas Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement, were taken […]

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Schoolkids gather for prearranged clashes

POLICE are investigating reports that crowds of up to 40 youths armed with improvised weapons gathered for prearranged fights in a local estate. North Belfast DUP MLA William Humphrey has called for an end to “sectarian” attacks and intimidation following incidents in the Waterworks area last Tuesday and Wednesday night. Mr Humphrey said that nationalist […]

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Sigerson winner Healy looking to steer Antrim back on promotion path

Allianz Football League Division Four London v Antrim FRESH from helping UCD win the Sigerson Cup last weekend, Peter Healy has stressed Antrim must learn the lessons from their disappointing draw against Wicklow when they take on London in Ruislip on Sunday (throw-in 2.30pm). Healy played a key role for the Dublin university as they […]

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Antrim boss McKinley defiant ahead of Treaty test

Allianz Hurling League Division 1B Antrim v Limerick BARRING a strange set of results over the next two weekends, Antrim are highly likely to be involved in next month’s relegation play-off, but Dominic McKinley insists his side will battle for every point, starting with Sunday’s clash against Limerick in Cushendall (throw-in, 2pm). The Saffrons arrived […]

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Hynes hopes to be on-song against Kennedy

AHEAD of a potential switch to the pro ranks later in the year, Belfast boxer Caoimhín Hynes says he is determined to make a name for himself inside the ring rather than being remembered for a terrible incident outside of it. Last year, Hynes was left fighting for his life after being stabbed following a […]

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Ferguson plans to announce his arrival on the national stage

IT will be quite a first season at Elite level for Caoimhin Ferguson should he manage to overcome Wayne Kelly in Saturday’s Irish Elite light-welterweight final. The 19 year-old had a fine run in the Ulster Elites back in November before losing out in the final to Sean McComb, but served notice to his talents […]

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