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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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Short Strand bus depot cancer fears

SINN Féin Councillor Mairead O’Donnell has called for the relocation of the Translink bus depot in Short Strand. Cllr O’Donnell was speaking out after a worrying report complied by Queen’s third year medical students revealed a possible link between the number of cancer-related illnesses in the area and pollution emitted from diesel engines. Cllr O’Donnell […]

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MI5 ‘tried to recruit’ Saoradh member in France

AN Ardoyne ex-prisoner and republican activist claims MI5 attempted to recruit him at an airport in France. Conál Corbett (21) was on his way to board a 9pm Ryanair flight from Nice to Dublin after spending a week visiting his girlfriend’s family in France. “My partner, who was in front of me in passport control, […]

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Representatives condemn ‘bomb attack’ at Lenadoon home

POLITICAL representatives have condemned an explosion at a house in the Lenadoon area last night . The area surrounding the rear of the property remains cordoned off this morning as police continue to investigate the scene. Officers were called to a house in Creeslough Court shortly after 8pm on Wednesday evening. Sinn Fein Councillor Arder […]

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Clonard set to welcome The Priests

CLONARD Monastery is set to be filled with song as part of the annual Féile an Earraigh with The Priests confirmed for Wednesday March 14. Supported by the wonderful Bernadette Morris, this is the first concert announcement in Féile’s 30th birthday year and is the first of many exciting announcements to come. Féile an Phobail […]

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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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