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Plan published to reduce NI’s suicide rate by 10 per cent

THE Department of Health has published its long-awaited Protect Life 2 suicide prevention with plans to reduce the suicide rate by 10 per cent over the next five years. The strategy aims to dispel the myths around suicide, including the suggestion that most happen suddenly and without warning. The prevention states that early intervention can […]

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All change for All Saints

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Cllr’s family no longer visit cemetery

BELFAST City Council will aim to tackle the issue of desecration of graves within the City Cemetery after a motion was brought forward on the problem. At the September Belfast City Council’s monthly meeting UUP Alderman Sonia Copeland proposed a motion to tackle the problem. Alderman Copeland called on Belfast City Council to ensure that […]

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Tony set to launch new book

FRESH from seeing his autobiographical work Paperboy brought to life on the Lyric Theatre stage, author Tony Macaulay is set to launch his debut novel Belfast Gate. The satirical comedy drama is set at a fictional peace gate in Belfast. Twenty years after the peace process, scores of so-called ‘peace walls’ continue to separate Catholic […]

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Inspirational Youth Awards 2019 kicks off

THE Andersonstown News is set to honour our young people with the paper’s fourth Inspirational Youth of the West Awards. The awards will highlight and draw attention to all the good and inspiring work that our young people do – and which is sometimes overlooked – and we’ll shine a big light on our youth […]

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Residents: Someone is going to be killed

RESIDENTS in the Rock streets have held a protest after a child was knocked down due to what they say are ongoing parking and traffic congestion issues. Four-year-old Cadhla Sheridan was knocked down last week. While the driver was not speeding at the time and Cadhla was uninjured, residents have said that poor parking is […]

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