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Design for life

Wesley Farren is the principal architect at Bee Architecture in Ballynafeigh, a small practice which specialises in home design and work on listed buildings. He tells us how he wants to visit the other side of the world and his desire to knock down the newest addition to one of the local area’s most famous sites.

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Voice of a new generation

2012 promises to be a big year for Cliftonville singer Marcella Walsh, one of the North’s fastest rising opera stars. The former Dominican College, Fortwilliam pupil is a recipient of the prestigious BBC and Arts Council’s Young Musician Platform for 2011-2013 and on Sunday, December 18 the 24-year-old wowed the Ulster Hall with a spectacular performance with the Ulster Orchest

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When the war ends

A NEW documentary film featuring a popular community worker and McGurk’s Bar campaigner has been named as ‘Best Debut’ at the Netherlands Film Festival.

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Untold story is finally told

The seldom-told facts about how the churches here were involved in the peace process have been told in a new book.

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A portrait of the artist

Answering the People Like You questions this week is artist Imelda Hume, who is currently exhibiting her work in the Cultúrlann. She took time out to tell us how she had a succession of jobs before finding her calling

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Cold reality of bereavement at Christmas

Christmas is certainly the most emotional time of the year. Families join together to be thankful for everything and everyone they have.

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