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‘It’s alright for them, they don’t live here’

THERE are currently 42 ‘peace lines’ in Belfast, towering barriers that separate the two main communities. At a recent Belfast City Council meeting,

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Interface group offers hope

THE photographs that hang on the wall in the Suffolk Lenadoon Interface Group (SLIG) boardroom are perhaps the best indicator of just how far this

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Causing a stir on the Belfast art scene

FAST emerging as “one to watch” on the Belfast art scene, local artist Mickey Murray is wowing critics across the city as he prepares to launch

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St Paul’s school in the 1950s

UNEARTHING a box of hidden treasures at his home in Coventry, expat John Cassidy came across this photograph of the Class of 1953/’54 at St Paul’s Primary School.

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Our schools and pupils excel with top GCSE results

WEST Belfast schools and pupils are celebrating after another round of top GCSE results. As the envelopes were being peeled open last Thursday

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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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