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Police to probe Twelfth parade breaches

A file is being prepared by the PSNI detailing the breaches of the Parades Commission’s rulings on this year’s Twelfth parade in Ardoyne.

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Ardoyne visitors go for final Áras visit

A group of Ardoyne residents made their way to Dublin today (Thursday) to meet with President Mary McAleese in one of her last official engagements with visitors from the North.

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Crawford death: CCTV images shown in court

A BEECHMOUNT pensioner who died after trying to prevent a thief from fleeing a robbery at his local corner shop was suffering from severe heart difficulties at the time of his death, a court has heard.

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Racist graffiti on house-to-let sign causes anger

There has been widespread condemnation of the racist thug behind graffiti on a house-to-let sign in South Belfast that stated ‘locals only’ should apply for the property.

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Flooded Deanes doors reopen

SOUTH Belfast restaurateur Michael Deane was forced to close the doors of his popular Queen’s eatery this week because of flood damage during torrential rain.

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Ekin says bars and clubs should be allowed to open later into the night

SOUTH Belfast bars and nightclubs should be allowed to operate later into the night, according to the Chairman of the Council’s Licensing Committee.

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