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DEPRESSION MORE LETHAL THAN DISEASES SAYS DAD

The devastated father of an Antrim Road man who took his own life this week has made a heartfelt plea for resources to tackle mental health issues.

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Attempt to bring 1971 team back together

A photograph recently discovered in a local house has led one Newtownabbey man to embark on a quest to find where the players in his renowned school football team are now.Danny McLoughlin played left-back for the Stella Maris Primary School team in 1971, a year the school made history by having its first and second teams defeat all comers before competing against each other for the Newtownabbey Schools’ Cup.

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Crazy Stupid Love

What’s the story? Cal (Steve Carrell) and Emily Weaver (Julianne Moore) have been married for 25 years. However, their seemingly rock-solid marriage comes to an abrupt end when Emily announces during a dinner date that she wants a divorce and Cal is devastated when he learns that Emily has slept with her sleazy work colleague David Lindhagen (Kevin Bacon).

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Report finally acknowledges truth of father’s murder

The family of a North Belfast man murdered by the British Army 40 years ago are to make an application to the Attorney General to reopen an inquest into his death after an historical inquiry cleared him of any wrongdoing.

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‘Shame that UVF man came to peace too late’

The grandson of a woman murdered in the UVF bombing of McGurk’s Bar said this week it is a pity loyalist leader Gusty Spence had not realised non violence was the answer before innocent people were killed.

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Cranes lift spirits at Stormont

The Great Hall at Stormont was transformed into a craft workshop as MLAs made origami cranes to celebrate World Peace Day. The project is the brainchild of the North Belfast-based Arts and Disability Forum (ADF) which has been working with a wide range of community groups, ethnic minority organisations and disability groups throughout the North to produce almost 2,000 paper cranes as a symbol of peace.

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