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City Hall’s big plans for future open to the public

BELFAST residents have been invited to an information session to make their views known on the development of the city over the next 20 years. The question that Belfast City Council is asking residents is, how do you want to see your city grow? As a result the Council has launched a plan for the […]

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Free Breakfasts at the Top of the Rock

PASSERS-by were delighted to be greeted at the top of the Whiterock Road by young people from local youth and community group Glór na Móna who were distributing free breakfasts. In launching their new ‘Bricfeasta Pobail Saor agus Gaelach’ (Free and Gaelic community breakfast)  initiative, they were met with widespread positivity and gratitude. Glór na […]

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Frampton shows his class after Las Vegas defeat

IT was not to be for Carl Frampton at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday night as ‘The Jackal’ was narrowly edged out by Leo Santa Cruz in their WBA featherweight rematch, writes David Mohan in Las Vegas. The scores read 115-113 on two of the cards with the third judge scoring it a […]

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AK used on Crumlin Road had been fired at police before

THE ‘AK-type’ assault rife used in a ‘New IRA’ gun attack on the PSNI on the Crumlin Road had been used in other dissident operations, the detective leading the investigation has said. Detective Superintendent Kevin Geddes returned to the scene of the attack last night to appeal for information. He revealed that ten shots were […]

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Framing the future of football

DREAMS can come true for boys and girls who suffer from physical disabilities to enjoy football thanks to a new version of the ‘beautiful game’. Frame Football, launched at Loughside Recreation Centre on the Shore Road in January last year, currently has two coaching clinics at Lisburn Leisureplex and University of Ulster in Coleraine. Joanne […]

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Joby: Gift of life to Lagan heroes

LIFE-SAVING Community Rescue Service volunteers and the family of tragic Joby Murphy will unite this weekend to mark the fifth anniversary of his death. A special commemoration will be held at the Lagan Weir, which will also mark the 500th patrol by the volunteers. 20-year-old Joby, from Glengormley, went missing after a Snow Patrol gig at the […]

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