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‘Dogs in the street’ know who attacked me’

A Newtownabbey man who was seriously assaulted by a gang of men last month has hit out at police for ‘a lack of progress’ in bringing someone to justice for the sectarian attack.

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Naíscoil refused vital funding

The committee at a Glengormley Irish-medium primary school has said it is “very disappointed” that a development proposal for the establishment

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Mum in Holy Cross doc says line has been drawn

Cross-community relations in North Belfast have improved dramatically in the ten years since the Holy Cross dispute and the positive attitudes of the

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Expenses paid despite hold on review

Belfast city councillors have been paid almost £30,000 in the past year for taking part in a review into the future of local government that has been suspended since June 2010.

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Locals block trial dig at mast site

North Belfast residents opposed to the erecting of a mobile phone mast in their street have blocked a ‘trial dig’ there, and stated they are “confused and angry” about the situation.

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Atlantic Philanthropies £200K boost for local primary schools

Two North Belfast primary schools were celebrating this week with the start of a three-year £200,000 community programme. Holy Family Primary in

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