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Opening doors to university

One of the abiding memories of my university days was the Olympic-standard sprint from the tutorial class to the library. Nobody spoke about the sprint, but everybody was aware of it. In the tutorial, the lecturer would hand out a list of books you needed for the work at hand. The library housed one copy, two at a push, so if you wanted it, you needed to have one foot out the door at the end of the class and be a step ahead of your competitors/fellow-students until you signed it out of the library.

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Barry returns home to the Waterfront

The Waterfront’s International Orchestral Series is bringing three of the world’s finest orchestras to Belfast.

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The Boss man

Hugo Finlay is the owner of Hugo Thomas menswear, one of the most recognisable independent stores on the Lisburn Road. A committed member of the

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Mourne the merrier for marine biologist

Later this month, the brightest and best of local businesses will converge on Stormont for the Belfast Media Group’s Top 50 Businesses awards ceremony.

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School of music in tune with ongoing rise of trad

Since 2001 over a thousand young musicians from North Belfast have taken their first steps on the road to traditional music mastery at a Glengormley music school.

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Lay people take the lead in return of Mission to Holy Cross

After an eight year absence a six day laity-led mission returns to a North Belfast parish this week. The Lay Passionist Mission in Holy Cross Church, which begins

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