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Well worth celebrating

AN urban art piece has been unveiled in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter celebrating the Springfield Road-based NOW Project’s tenth birthday.

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Opening doors to university

One of the abiding memories of my university days was the Olympic-standard sprint from the tutorial class to the library. Nobody spoke about the sprint, but everybody was aware of it. In the tutorial, the lecturer would hand out a list of books you needed for the work at hand. The library housed one copy, two at a push, so if you wanted it, you needed to have one foot out the door at the end of the class and be a step ahead of your competitors/fellow-students until you signed it out of the library.

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Barry returns home to the Waterfront

The Waterfront’s International Orchestral Series is bringing three of the world’s finest orchestras to Belfast.

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300 more jobs to go at RVH?

THE Health Service union Unison says it fears the number of jobs set to go at the Royal Victoria Hospital in the forthcoming round of cuts could rise to nearly a thousand.

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Another three points for Super hoops

WHAT a difference a year makes. Last Saturday we travelled to Mourneview Park in Lurgan to face Glenavon in the Carling Premiership and, fresh

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Rogie promises Pineda ‘a good hiding’

WEST BELFAST boxer Martin Rogan has promised to give Panama’s Luis Andres Pineda ‘a good hiding’ when the pair clash for the vacant WBU heavyweight

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