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New centre a boost for mental health

A NEW mental health facility has been officially opened in North Belfast thanks to a joined-up approach to patient care. Launched by mental health organisation Threshold, the Clearwater House facility is located in Brookhill Avenue, off the Antrim Road. The multi-million pound residential facility is the first of its kind in the north and helps […]

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Police launch investigation into suspicious death of May Stevens

POLICE are investigating a potential burglary link to death of a 64-year-old woman who was found dead in her North Belfast home on Sunday morning. PSNI officers discovered the body of 64-year-old May Stevens at her house in Lismoyne Park shortly after 3.00am. Officers visited her property to inquire about her vehicle, which had failed […]

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200 jobs ‘under threat’ in Schlumberger closure

AROUND 200 gas and oil jobs are under threat with the closure of Schlumberger in Newtownabbey. Trade union, Unite say the oil firm is closing the plant, despite attempts from management to retain it. In November, the company at the time said that no decision had been made as a consultation was taking place with […]

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Belfasters set to play hits by The Dubliners

A GROUP of well-known local musicians have joined forces to form a tribute group to the much-loved Dubliners – and are set to play their first gig in West Belfast. The aptly named Belfasters comprise of father and son duo Seán and Seán Óg Mac Corraidh, Gerard McNeill, Shane McNeill and Stephen Loughran. Seán Mac […]

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Body of tragic Michael Cullen found

THE family of North Belfast man Michael Cullen have thanked everyone who helped in his search for their ‘valiant’ efforts. The 33-year-old’s body was recovered yesterday from Cavehill. He was last in contact with his family on Tuesday January 9 after which he was reported missing from his North Circular Road home. Fresh searches were […]

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Cave Hill exhibition to open at Easter

THE Cave Hill Conservation Campaign group are appealing to the public for items as part of a new exhibition on the North Belfast historic landscape. An idea first discussed about a year ago by volunteers of the group, Belfast Castle has now granted space for an exhibition to be installed in the basement, which is […]

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