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St Malachy’s actors ready to mark 400th anniversary of death of the Bard of Avon

PUPILS from St Malachy’s College have this week celebrated the 400th anniversary of the death of playwright William Shakespeare by taking part in a very special drama project on the Bard’s work. Almost thirty boys from Years Eight and Nine of the North Belfast school were chosen by the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) to produce […]

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Arder signs off on his final day as city’s First Citizen

WITH the morning sun flooding the Lord Mayor’s chamber outgoing First Citizen Arder Carson is in relaxed form as he prepares to hand over the chain and civic duties to DUP Alderman Brian Kingston. Over the first of many cups of tea on his final day yesterda (Wednesday), Arder told Daily Belfast that the past […]

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Roundabout number two to go at Whiterock

TransportNI are set to tear up a second roundabout in West Belfast. The mini roundabout at the bottom of the Whiterock Road is set to be removed and a traffic light system put in its place. There are also plans to make the City Cemetery into a one-way system. The scrapping of the roundabout at […]

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Music and art take centre stage at East Belfast showcase

IT was a day of celebration at East Belfast’s Skainos Centre as pupils from South Belfast’s Scoil an Droichid and Naíscoil an Droichid put on an storming showcase of song and art. Art displays from the Naíscoil pupils along with rang seven students were proudly displayed as proud parents, staff and special guests gathered to […]

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Plaque unveiled to remember Eamonn Magee Jnr

FAMILY and friends of slain boxer Eamonn Magee Jnr gathered on his one-year anniversary as a special plaque was unveiled in his memory in West Belfast yesterday. 22-year-old Eamonn, the son of former WBU welterweight champion Eamonn Magee Senior, was stabbed to death in May 2015 in Summerhill Park in the Twinbrook estate. Eamonn’s parents […]

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Local punter scoops £30,000 on winrush bet

BET OF THE WEEK We start with a cracking bet with one local punter taking Paddy Power for £31,590.00 with a £20 winrush bet on Sunday. He is either a expert on Norwegian, international and Spanish football or he just winged it. If it’s for you, it’s for you and that late England goal proved it for this lucky […]

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