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Liam Adams ruling put back to Monday

A decision on whether a brother of Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams is to be extradited to the North to face charges of sexual abuse has been postponed.

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Six toddlers expelled from nursery after a clerical blunder

THE mother of a Poleglass toddler says she and her daughter have been left devastated after the child was one of six excluded by a local playgroup due to an administrative error.

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Targeted by neo-Nazis

Local members of the Irish Republican Socialist Party whose photographs have been published on a neo-Nazi website have described the development as unsettling.

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All our yesterdays as Falls reminisces

LOCAL author Bobby Devlin (right) will be taking us on a fascinating journey of nostalgia and history in a series of autumn events at the Falls Library.

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Nuala back behind her old desk ahead of school centenary

AS St Teresa’s Primary School prepares to mark its centenary year, the Glen Road school is calling on the community and past pupils to take part in the celebrations.

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Laughter of our children can be heard

Commemorations marking the 30th anniversary of the 1981 hunger strike draw to a close this weekend.A number of events will be taking place to mark three decades since the hunger strike – which left 10 men dead – was called off on October 3, 1981. The biggest event of all is a memorial run through West Belfast on Sunday – the Run to Remember

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