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Gaa sport is alive and well in Belfast city

With so much bad publicity around gaa matches at present it is refreshing to write to tell you that the games are alive and well in west belfast. I recently attended

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Violence for the sake of violence

Dissident republicans are people of no substance who are shallow and deluded. This is a phrase which I have used on different occasions and it certainly

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Republican history clarification

IN your introduction to our forthcoming history pamphlet, ‘The Road to 1969, the Republican Movement’, which we hope to publish in the coming weeks

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Former barracks site is not a dump

LOCAL residents have contacted Find It & Fix It demanding that urgent action be taken to clean up the land at the former Andersonstown barracks site.

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Causing a stir on the Belfast art scene

FAST emerging as “one to watch” on the Belfast art scene, local artist Mickey Murray is wowing critics across the city as he prepares to launch

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St Paul’s school in the 1950s

UNEARTHING a box of hidden treasures at his home in Coventry, expat John Cassidy came across this photograph of the Class of 1953/’54 at St Paul’s Primary School.

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