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Lock down on sectarian attacks

Homes in a North Belfast housing estate that have been targeted in sectarian attacks will be more secure after the erection of a new gate, a local councillor has said.

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Star out to create a piece of history

WHILE Crumlin Star have already created a piece of history by reaching the Border Cup final for the first time, they will now hope to finish off the job and bring the trophy back to Ardoyne when they face Islandmagee in the 2011 final at Seaview on Wednesday.

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Divided park to extend opening

The opening of a gate in the wall of the only divided park in Western Europe has been so successful that the opening hours of the peace wall could be extended.

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Turning the coal of broken hearts into diamonds of beauty

This is what you might call a partitioned book (not to be confused with a partitionist book). It exists as a separate entity, but added to the art exhibition, Tears in the Rain recently showing at the Golden Threads Gallery, Great Patrick Street, it forms a natural whole.

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Loyalist mobs will not deter pursuit of equality at City Hall

A North Belfast Sinn Féin councillor whose car was attacked by the loyalist mob at City hall on Monday night said they will “not be allowed to stop the progress on equality”.

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Cadet-gate rages amongst the councillors

Belfast City Council’s monthly meeting isn’t a whole lot of fun at the best of times. Lets just say some of our esteemed local reps enjoy the sound of their own voices a tad too much. I’ve often thought an Oscar-style time limit should be introduced, where loud music is played when someone has talked over their allotted time slot.

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