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Bronagh powering through to the Worlds

HAVING cemented her status as an Irish champion, Andersonstown girl, Bronagh McPeake is eyeing success on the global stage at this summer’s World Classic Powerlifting Championships in Calgary, Canada. The 25 year-old daycare supervisor has enjoyed an incredible rise to prominence in just three years competing in the sport, but hopes there is much more […]

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St Malachy’s old boys to show they’re still in tune

PAST pupils and teachers will return to St Malachy’s College tomorrow night (Thursday) to perform in the school’s first inaugural Alumni Recital. The debut event aims to raise funds to purchase new instruments and equipment for the Music Department and to assist with the development of its infrastructure. The Alumni Recital Series will be a […]

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Spring is sprung at Cultúrlann for Féile an Earraigh

CRITICALLY acclaimed actor Martin McCann was on hand to help officially launch Féile an Phobail’s Spring Festival in the heart of the Gaeltacht Quarter in a packed Cultúrlann. The Divis-born actor, star of the BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated short Boogaloo and Graham, and who voiced Bobby Sands in 66 Days, joined representatives from the sporting, community […]

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King leads Laois to victory over Antrim

ANTRIM slumped to their third successive league defeat on Saturday night as Ross King’s 15-point haul helped Laois claim a deserved win in O’Moore Park, Portlaoise. Both sides were seeking a first win of the campaign and the early exchanges were keenly contested, but the home side opened up a five-point lead before half-time and […]

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New Lodge young people Romania-bound once again

SEVEN young people from New Lodge Youth Centre jetted off to Romania this week intent on changing people’s lives for the better. Now in its third year of existence, the Romania Project, in association with Ashton Community Trust, enables young people aged 15 to 18 to participate in projects at home before taking their experiences […]

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Christina set to take on roles

TAKING on the mantle of bringing multiple characters to life in West Belfast playwright Patricia Gormley’s I’ll Tell My Ma, actress Christina Nelson says it is a “huge honour” to be involved in the critically acclaimed play. Having wowed audiences last year at the Mac Theatre during a sell-out run of the semi-autobiographical tale of […]

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