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New digital archive opens at the Linen Hall Library

A DIGITAL archive compiled by the Linen Hall Library on the Troubles and peace process has been officially launched. ‘Divided Society’ is a Heritage Lottery-funded project that saw the library’s Northern Ireland Political Collection catalogued digitally for ease of use. The archive includes hundreds of journal titles containing thousands of articles, hundreds of political posters, […]

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Fresh Stormont talks to begin

NEW Secretary of State, Karen Bradley, will lead a fresh round of talks later today (Wednesday) aimed at restoring devolution in the north. Ms Bradley, who was appointed to the post earlier this month after the resignation of James Brokenshire, will hold individual meetings with the five main parties. “Time is short but there is […]

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Finaghy man to light up the Lyric

A FORMER De La Salle College pupil who is a leading light on the West End stage has come home to tread the boards at the Lyric Theatre. Finaghy’s Mark Dugdale will head the cast of The Threepenny Opera, the first in a series of productions to mark the theatre’s 50th year. In between rehearsals […]

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Frampton and Donaire admit it’s make-or-break ahead of April clash

CARL Frampton and Nonito Donaire both admit their April 21 clash at the SSE Arena will be make-or-break in terms of world title aspirations with the winner set for a summer title tile, while it could be the end of the line for the loser of their featherweight dust-up. The former World Fighters of the […]

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Maze was eye-opener for actor Tom

The legacy of the conflict is daily news in the north and no recollection of past incidents can be retold without the danger of re-traumatising loved ones. But what everyone knows, and few will say, is that for the movie business, the Troubles threw up some incredible stories that are ripe for dramatic retelling. This […]

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Derry Girls get the Truly Fare treatment

RENOWNED West Belfast school uniform stockist Truly Fare say their team are delighted to see their designs dressing the stars of Channel 4’s latest success – Derry Girls. The community go-to for all school uniform and communion needs these past 30 years, the shop was approached by the production company Hat Trick to design and […]

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