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Commission still to decide on banner ‘breach’

The Parades Commission is yet to make a decision on whether or not the large banners carried by loyalists during this summer’s marching season

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White line picket against hostel extension plans

A white line picket will be held next Thursday (September 8) in protest against plans to extend a North Belfast hostel that houses male ex prisoners including sex offenders.

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Son’s death won’t be in vain­ say parents

The mother of a Newtownabbey teenager who died from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning has said that her son’s death will not be in vain if they can raise awareness

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Charity shop says thanks through sale

A North Belfast charity that offers help and support to cancer sufferers and their families is holding a one week sale to say thank you to everyone who has donated in the past year.

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New lease of parklife after vandalism and closure

A North Belfast children’s play park that was on the verge of closure after vandals repeatedly caused thousands of pounds worth of damage has been granted a reprieve

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Struggling village needs help now, insist traders

Traders in Glengormley have pleaded with the social development minister to urgently invest in the struggling village before more small businesses are forced to shut up shop.

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