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Ardoyne houses safe despite crash of property company

Ardoyne residents who feared they might lose their homes after a property company went into receivership were celebrating this week after their futures were secured.

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Men attacked by loyalists

A North Belfast man set upon by loyalists in Glengormley at the weekend warned a life could be lost in the area due to rising sectarian tensions.

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Bus stops for North changed in city centre

New departure points for buses to North Belfast come in to operation today (Thursday). From today all buses from North Belfast will be departing

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Protest to Save Ulster a ‘bizarre turn of events’

A planned loyalist protest criticising Sinn Féin and the PSNI advertised on a Tigers Bay community group’s website is ‘not reflective of the cross community

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Daring to dream of a united future

Behind the rhetoric of a transformed Belfast lies the nasty reality of over 70 peacewalls, criss-crossing the city and dividing working class communities.

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Owner would accept dog having to be put down

The owner of a dog that left an eight-year-old girl with serious arm injuries after biting her says he will accept it if the dog has to be put down.

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