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Results underline need for all ability post primary school in BT14

As hundreds of pupils from North Belfast celebrated getting their GCSE results last week a local education task group renewed their appeal for a new post-primary school

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Power of protest in music

The best political songwriters can deliver in three-and-a-half-minutes what many politicians can spend a lifetime trying to express.

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Younger Women urged to put their Faith in local group

A North Belfast women’s group set up to bring women from the two communities together through their shared faith in God are looking for new members to join.

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£44m Belfast Met campus opens after much controversy

BELFAST Metropolitan College’s (BMC’s) new £44million Titanic Campus will finally open its doors to students on September 12.

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Samuel’s spirit on the Titanic

After resting in an unmarked grave for more than a century, a chance encounter between a Belfast politician and a Dublin based author has led to a grave being

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‘Vedi Sorrento e poi muori’

There’s nothing like a prolonged period of grim weather to make daydreams turn to the hot and sunny climate of Europe. And where better than the spiritual home of good food when you’re dreaming of relaxing in the sun with a crisp glass of white wine in one hand a bowl of pasta in the […]

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