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Cops’ early weekend start to stop fighting

INCREASED police resources are to be deployed at the Falls Park and City Cemetery from as early as 3pm this weekend following pre-arranged fights in the area. And the PSNI were “stretched “ on Saturday night as they tried to control hundreds of young people who had gathered in the Ballymurphy area – notably the […]

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Pic of the day, Friday, February 15

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A chip off the old block at new ChipCo

ESTABLISHED as the north’s largest independent fast food group, the company behind ChipCo and PizzaCo recently opened a brand new ChipCo in Andersonstown Located in the heart of the bustling Andersonstown Road, the sit-in and takeaway opened in December and is already proving quite a hit with the locals. ChipCo is no stranger to West […]

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Double winners as it gets too close to call

THE prize for Brexit Bellylaugh of the Week is getting more competitive with every day that brings us closer to March 29. After giving the matter some thought, Squinter has been unable to separate two candidates, and so the prize is jointly awarded. First co-winner is Andrea Leadsom, Tory Leader of the House, for her […]

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You thought Nelson was joking?

‘PROJECT FEAR’. This reductionist argument has become the unionist response to the growing debate on Irish unity. Drawing on English Brexiteer propaganda, it is astonishing that political unionism believe that this is how to engage with Brexit. In the context of the majority in their artificial statelet wanting to remain, the attitude is so nuts […]

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EYE ON THE PAST: February 15, 1975

RUC men sided with loyalist strikers last May A SECRET memo prepared by British army intelligence has revealed that senior RUC men were closely involved with the Ulster Workers’ Council strike last May. The memo, prepared for Whitehall ministers some time ago, shows also that uniformed members of the RUC “connived at and assisted with the […]

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