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Tributes paid to ‘wee scotch Joe’ as police plead for killing info

POLICE have called for eye-witnesses to come forward following the brutal killing of West Belfast man Joe O’Neill.The popular 60-year-old grandfather from Brooke Park in Andersonstown died in hospital in the early hours of Monday morning after sustaining multiple head injuries following an assault at a taxi depot in King Street.

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‘Word of British Prime Minister can’t be trusted’

The wife of murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane has accused the British Prime minister of publicly humiliating her family after he backtracked on a commitment to hold a public enquiry into her husband’s death.

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When myth and culture collide

PUMPKINS are being carved, decorations are going up and costumes decided upon as we prepared to celebrate October 31 – Halloween.In this reporter’s opinion you are never too old to get into the spirit of the season and seek out the most ghoulish costume imaginable, McPeake’s and Elliott’s were always two staples to visit before the Halloween balls at university.

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Invest NI in the dock again over West record

INVEST NI has come in for yet more criticism on its performance in West Belfast after new figures revealed that the area has come bottom of the league tables once again for the amount of financial assistance offered by the body – and total jobs generated by its Inward Investment projects.

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Local girl takes to stage with Britney

A WEST Belfast schoolgirl and her best friend got the chance of a lifetime this week – to strut their stuff on stage with pop princess Britney Spears.15-year-old St Dominic’s pupil Hayley Gaskin took to the Odyssey arena stage with the singer after a dance video of her and her pal

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Colin Valley give Queen’s a footballing lesson

Paul Duff was the name on everyone’s lips after this game as the Valley winger showed his class in a match where Colin Valley showed a new ruthless streak to their game. Queens Grads were expected to come and provide stiff opposition after dumping Valley out of this cup at the fourth round stage last season – but they left Valley Park well and truly Duff-ed up as the home side ripped them apart with some scintillating football.

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