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North Belfast’s rowdiest area: Action demanded

A flare-up of anti-social behaviour at a notorious Glengormley hotspot has drawn a strong response from the PSNI as crime stats show almost 100 incidents were reported to police in just six months. According to a PSNI spokesperson, officers had to deal with a large group of young people throwing items onto the road close […]

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Aamir faces his greatest challenge in touching tribute to a friend’s late son

ONE of the north’s best-known personal trainers, Aamir Ishtiaque, has set himself the toughest and most dangerous challenge of his life – to compete in seven different professional fitness competitions over the space of seven weeks in a bid to raise money for the Children’s Heartbeat Trust. This challenge will see the 27-year-old Belfast-based trainer […]

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AOH lobby hotel giant on housing

HOTEL giant Radisson is coming under increasing pressure this week over plans to expand its Gasworks hotel in South Belfast on to land originally zoned for housing. Earlier this month, Belfast City Council took a controversial decision to hand over to an office-block developer an area of land on the Gasworks site earmarked for homes […]

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Half Moon fáilte for Syrian guests

LENADOON Community Forum has hosted a delegation of Syrian refugees at the Half Moon Lakek. Cairde Loch na Leathghealaí and workers from Belfast City Council put on a day’s event for men from Syria who were forced to flee their homeland due to the conflict there. On their arrival at the Half Moon Lake they […]

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SF urge vesting of land to fight housing crisis

A SINN Féin delegation has met with Department of Infrastructure officials to ask them to vest land in North Belfast to deal with the housing waiting list. The meeting was held in the wake of the loss of the Hillview site to a retail development and the revelation that over £1.1 million of government money […]

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Family’s gift of love to South Belfast park users

A BELFAST family who lost a loved one to heart attack at a sporting event have dug deep to help others by donating £6,000 to place defibrillators in nine local parks. Members of the Murphy family recently unveiled of one of the defibrillators in their local South Belfast park, Cherryvale. They also presented a £6,000 […]

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