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Breaking down barriers in interface communities

THE peace process is often thought of in terms of a party-political deal, but the ability of ordinary people and communities to work together towards peace has undoubtedly been one of the process’s most important aspects. In local interface communities, groups such as Twaddell Ardoyne Shankill Communities in Transition (TASCIT) are working to break down […]

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Belfast City Council appoints first Irish Language Officer in its history

BELFAST City Council has appointed its first Irish Language Officer in its history. The announcement was made on Tuesday, making Belfast the fourth council in the north to appoint an Irish Language Officer. A second officer with responsibility for Ulster-Scots, sign language and other languages has also been appointed. The posts are jointly funded by […]

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Festival frolics to cheer us up

THE announcement by Teesie May on the eve of the Tory conference that there’s to be a Festival of GB and OWC in 2022 has, not surprisingly, split the Pravince down the middle. On the one side are those who think that an orgy of union jack-waving to the strains of Land of Hope and […]

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Pic of the Day, Tuesday, October 9

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Delivering a first class domiciliary service

AS part of our series to mark 25 years of the Ardmonagh Family and Support Group our final spotlight shines a light on their crucial and vital domiciliary care service, which, as Service Manager Grace Connolly explained, is one of their most sought after. Delivered to children from 0-18 and adults up to 65, the […]

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Raidió Fáilte move into new building

IT’S all change at Belfast’s Irish language radio station – the multi-award winning Raidió Fáilte – as they move into their plush new premises on Divis Street this week. The brand new state-of-the-art building, which cost £1.8 million, boasts the most up to date broadcasting equipment as well as the most amazing views of Belfast. […]

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