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Struggling village needs help now, insist traders

Traders in Glengormley have pleaded with the social development minister to urgently invest in the struggling village before more small businesses are forced to shut up shop.

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Jim Gillen tribute night

A tribute lecture and night of entertainment will be held in Greencastle this week in memory of a well known local republican who died suddenly in February this year.

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‘New Republic’ the theme of first Ard Fheis in Belfast

With over 1,200 delegates set to pour into Belfast, Sinn Féin are gearing up for the party’s first Ard Fheis in the city next weekend.

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Holy Cross families feature on tv show

A number of Ardoyne families are to appear on a BBC television show next week talking about their memories of the Holy Cross blockade.

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Clear up of Antrim Road after residents’ complaints

Belfast City Council is to undertake a clean up of a leafy stretch of the Antrim Road after complaints about the amount of litter thrown from cars on the busy route.

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Making an Impact on Business Top 50

The Seventh annual Belfast Business Top 50 Awards will include a new Impact Award, sponsored by the Belfast group of Local Enterprise Agencies, North City Business Centre

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