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Excitement builds as Féile begins

THE curtain finally goes up on Ireland’s biggest community arts festival today (Thursday) as Féile an Phobail gets set to welcome thousands of visitors and concert-goers to West Belfast. With the Féile Falls Park Big Top set to welcome international headline acts such as The Kooks, The Coronas, All Saints, Deacon Blue, Holly Johnson and […]

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Marie Curie gets ready to step out at Stormont

MARIE Curie Hospice, based on the Kensington Road, offer a wide range of information and support to those diagnosed with a terminal illness. Their dedicated team offers round-the-clock care and support in a very friendly and welcoming environment. Marie Morrissey, the Day Hospice Sister, said: “We have patients who come in for the day from […]

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Traffic lights attacked for 20th time close to West Belfast primary school

WEST Belfast MLA Jennifer McCann has hit out at vandals who destroyed a set of traffic lights a stone’s throw from St Kieran’s Primary School in Poleglass. The lights, which have come under repeated arson attack, are now out of commission due to the extensive damage they sustained in the early hours of Sunday morning. […]

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Fantastic Frampton hails ‘career defining’ victory over Santa Cruz

IT was a night to remember for Carl Frampton and the city of Belfast on Saturday night in Brooklyn as ‘The Jackal’ prevailed in a classic battle against Leo Santa Cruz to claim the WBA featherweight title, writes David Mohan in New York. After 12 pulsating rounds of jaw-dropping action, it was the North Belfast […]

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Police suspect Lisburn bomb may have fallen off a vehicle

A prison officer is understood to have been the target of a failed bomb attack in Lisburn. Police believe the device may have been an under-car booby trap bomb that fell off a vehicle as it made its way through Market Square in the County Antrim town on Saturday (July 30). They described it as […]

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‘Troubled Belfast’- The 7th Annual Irish Pages Lecture

A major lecture, entitled ‘Troubled Belfast’ will take place today at the Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre in Armagh by poet, Chris Agee. The editor of Irish Pages offers a distillation of 37 years of his life in Belfast as an immigrant, focusing on the aftermath of the Good Friday Agreement. He reflects on […]

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