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A Friday night tour of the hotspots is really quite cool

AS we prepared to leave Grosvenor Road police station at around 7pm last Friday night for a tour of West Belfast, I was offered the option of body armour, which hammered home to me the kind of threat that officers are under. I said no, but I gulped a little as I did.

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Tills are alive with the sound of music

ANDERSONSTOWN will come alive with music, art, theatre and dancing as part of this year’s Culture Night Belfast celebrations.

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Music school celebrates 20 years

THE Andersonstown Traditional & Contemporary Music School is appealing to former staff, students and local people to donate old photographs, videos, recordings and press articles of the school for a special archive exhibition.

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Aisling students lead the way to the ‘New Belfast’

AISLING Bursary honourees gathered at St Mary’s University College in the heart of the Gaeltacht Quarter to hear how they will lead the way forward in fulfilling their academic excellence for the “New Belfast”.

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Family appeal for info on murdered dad

A WEST Belfast family are appealing for information on the controversial killing of their father during the early 1970s at the hands of the British army.

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St Mary’s welcomes fees freeze

ST MARY’S University College has welcomed the decision by the Department for Employment and Learning Minister, Alliance MLA Stephen Farry, to freeze tuition fees paid to the North’s universities by local students at £3,465 per year.

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