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Young Senators on a cultural tour of the city

SENATORS Fintan Warfield and Niall Ó Donnghaile have been touring the city’s broad range of cultural and arts groups and to lend their support to a number of LGBT projects. The purpose of the visit was to showcase the burgeoning arts scene in Belfast and Dublin and to connect the two. Both Sinn Féin Senators […]

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Young artists are invited to contribute to the future ahead of schools merger

GLENGORMLEY’S Edmund Rice College has started laying the groundwork for accepting girls next year with the winners of a ‘Design a Uniform’ competition announced. The school held the competition for local primary schools to allow girls to design how they thought their new uniform should look. Edmund Rice College will become co-educational from next September […]

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Full house at St Mary’s as George Galloway unveils Blair documentary

St. Mary’s University was packed to capacity on Monday evening for the screening of the controversial George Galloway documentary The Killing$ of Tony Blair. The hard-hitting film, which at times is extremely difficult viewing, explores how former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has spent his years after leaving Number 10 in what Mr Galloway describes […]

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Refugee song aims to raise funds for the children of Syrian war

A FUNDRAISING campaign to help raise cash for Syrian refugees has been launched on the Antrim Road. ‘Humanity’, written by Davy Kettyles, will be available for download from this week with the organisers aiming to top the download charts in Belfast. Davy wrote the song following the harrowing pictures of the young Syrian refugee Aylan […]

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Dembele to fire Celtic to cup glory

The PG continued it’s winning run last weekend when we delivered another knockout blow to the bookies with a 25/1 winning acca. The winning didn’t stop there with a 11/1 double also banked in the draw trixie so another profitable weekend for our online followers and readers. We start with the weekend racing. The Hennessy Gold […]

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Athens to Ardoyne: young philosophers celebrate Plato Day

Budding philosophers from Holy Cross Boys’ School marked World Philosophy Day on Thursday by exploring the life and teachings of Plato. The pioneering school includes philosophy in the curriculum and as a result World Philosophy Day is an increasingly important feature in the school’s calendar. This year Plato – the man credited with helping to […]

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