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RFJ welcome Labour Party councillor to St Mary’s University College as part of Féile programme

AS part of their enduring Féile an Phobail collaboration, Relatives for Justice (RFJ) joined their iconic Remembrance Quilt with The Women’s Quilt to highlight the loss of life through domestic violence. The victim’s support group had extended an invitation to Labour and Co-operative councillor Roxanne Ellis to bring the quilt over to commemorate the 598 […]

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PSNI appeal over taxi driver assault

POLICE have issued an image of a man they wish to speak to after a taxi driver was assaulted and left with a broken jaw in Belfast earlier this year. The assault happened at around 3.30am on Monday, May 7 in High Street. The male taxi driver was seriously assaulted by an unknown male as […]

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Falls Park set to be awash with colour on September 23 for the ‘Run for Anto’

THE Falls Park is set to be awash with colour on Sunday, September 23 as Antrim GAA hosts a 5k colour run in aid of deterMND, the charity set up by former football captain Anto Finnegan. The run will see participants cross the finish line wearing all the colours of the rainbow while raising some […]

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Attwood: ‘I’ll take flags down myself’

The SDLP’S Tim Attwood says he will “take down” a number of tricolours bearing the the RNU (Republican Network for Unity) logo on the Glen Road close to St Teresa’s Primary School that are still up a week after they were erected. Councillor Attwood told Daily Belfast that it’s “disappointing” the RNU flags are still […]

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Well-known local businessman is laid to rest after sudden death

THE funeral took place yesterday (Sunday) of well-known West Belfast man Hugh Kennedy Junior. Hundreds of mourners gathered at St Joseph’s Church, Hannahstown for Mr Kennedy’s Requiem Mass and members of Lámh Dhearg GAC formed a guard of honour. Mr Kennedy, the son of prominent West Belfast business man Hugh (Curley) Kennedy, died suddenly last […]

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