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Who can use the new bus lanes?

WITH just weeks to go until the launch of the Glider, as part of the Belfast Rapid Transit system (BRT), the 12 hour bus lanes to accommodate the new transport system are up and running. However, there is still confusion over just who can and cannot continue to use the bus lanes inside these 12 […]

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‘Quiet Man’ Ward excited ahead of Windsor clash with Collins

IT’S not just a dream coming true for Carl Frampton on Saturday night at Windsor Park, but Steven Ward is also beyond excited at the prospect of boxing at the stadium when he takes on Steve Collins Jnr for the BUI Celtic Nations light-heavyweight title. ‘Quiet Man’ Ward has enjoyed a steady start to life […]

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Reilly ready to rule the world once again

AISLING Reilly has declared herself fit and ready as she aims to successfully defend her World Handball Championship title in Minneapolis. After winning the Ladies Open crown in 2012 and 2015, Reilly will emulate her St Paul’s clubmate, Fiona Shannon if she can retain her title in the American Midwest. Shannon, a pioneer of women’s […]

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Business and community leaders celebrate launch of Aisling Awards

BELFAST’S First Citizen along with a host of other distinguished guests was in attendance at the Balmoral Hotel for the official launch of the Aisling Awards. Dubbed the ‘Belfast Oscars’ and now in its 22nd year, the November event is set to shine the spotlight on those unsung heroes and community organisations on October 18, […]

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The year of a bonfire breakthrough?

WEST Belfast MP Paul Maskey has commended the hard work and efforts of statutory agencies and his own Belfast City Council party team in working to remove anti-internment bonfire materials ahead of August 8/9. Belfast City Council officials were busy removing pallets and other debris at sites across West Belfast in the run-up to the […]

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