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AOH supports Ballymurphy Massacre Families as inquest resumes

A 35-member delegation of American Hibernians led by AOH National President Jim McKay showed their solidarity and support to members from the Ballymurphy Massacre Families as they accompanied then to Laganside Court on Monday. The group attended the morning inquest session as part of a nine-day fact-finding visit. Ballymurphy Massacre spokesperson John Teggart told Daily […]

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Image of the day, Monday February 11

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Hundreds of young people gather for pre- arranged fights in West Belfast

SINN Féin Councillor Steven Corr says the PSNI were “stretched” on Saturday night as they tried to control hundreds of young people who had gathered for pre-arranged fights in West Belfast. Councillor Corr said hundreds of young people descended on parts of the City Cemetery, the Whiterock children’s playpark and the Bullring in Ballymurphy. It […]

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Enda the road . . .

AIB All-Ireland Club Intermediate Football Championship final Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-9 From Paddy Tierney at Croke Park FRANK Fitzsimons was right all along. It would take a great team to beat his Naomh Éanna side in Championship football this season. On Saturday night, they went toe-to-toe with a fine Kilcummin outfit and […]

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£1.6 million ‘youth club for older people’ opens in the heart of West Belfast

IT was standing room only in the lower Falls on Thursday for the grand opening of the Springfield Charitable Association ‘Youth Club for Older People’. The £1.6 million state-of-the-art intergenerational centre, described as the ‘future of older people’s services’, opened following an extensive refurbishment and modernisation of the former Lawther Buildings on Cupar Street. The […]

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Reflecting on Pat Finucane’s legacy

A SPECIAL event to reflect on the life and legacy of Pat Finucane is to be held at St Mary’s University College on Sunday. Organised by Féile an Phobail, the event is being held to mark the upcoming 30th anniversary of the prominent human rights lawyer, who was murdered by British state-backed loyalist death squad […]

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