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Now local nursery is going high-tech

West Belfast is continuing to make giant strides in technology with Newhill First Steps Childcare Centre becoming the latest facility to embrace the wide and wonderful world of ICT.

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Oscar hopeful can teach us all so much

In June 2010, a hurricane hit the New York-New Belfast conference in the shape of Oorlagh George, film producer and daughter of Terry (of Hotel Rwanda fame).

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Former prisoner is to chair Belfast policing

The local District Policing Partnerships (DPPs) are facing an overhaul in the next two months. After nine years, the current arrangement is set to change with the DPPs merging with Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) to form Police and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs).

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Big John grabs that second chance at life

THE LAST player to score 100 goals for Celtic Football Club is to address a sold-out Rock Bar event this weekend as he shares his inspirational and emotional story of how he fought back against the cancer that almost killed him.

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Little man syndrome rears its head again

THE sterling contribution that the Gurkhas have made to the storied military history of Great Britain has been once again recognised in the traditional way – 400 more of the famed fighters are to get their P.45 calibre thank-you notes.

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The rough and tumble

What’s the story?

A knuckle-headed bouncer with a talent for physically hurting people, Doug (Seann William Scott) isn’t exactly the brightest chap in the world, much to the dismay of his intelligent and cultured father (Eugene Levy). But, if they handed out doctorates for violence, there’s no doubt that Doug would graduate with a distinction.

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