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Frampton and Donaire admit it’s make-or-break ahead of April clash

CARL Frampton and Nonito Donaire both admit their April 21 clash at the SSE Arena will be make-or-break in terms of world title aspirations with the winner set for a summer title tile, while it could be the end of the line for the loser of their featherweight dust-up. The former World Fighters of the […]

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Maze was eye-opener for actor Tom

The legacy of the conflict is daily news in the north and no recollection of past incidents can be retold without the danger of re-traumatising loved ones. But what everyone knows, and few will say, is that for the movie business, the Troubles threw up some incredible stories that are ripe for dramatic retelling. This […]

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Derry Girls get the Truly Fare treatment

RENOWNED West Belfast school uniform stockist Truly Fare say their team are delighted to see their designs dressing the stars of Channel 4’s latest success – Derry Girls. The community go-to for all school uniform and communion needs these past 30 years, the shop was approached by the production company Hat Trick to design and […]

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Snow forces over 280 school closures

MORE than 280 schools across the North are closed today (Wednesday) due to heavy snow and ice. Northern Ireland Electricity said about 600 customers remained without power after heavy snowfalls on Tuesday night. All bus services are now back operating as scheduled after Translink were forced to withdraw services for safety reasons. John Irvine, Head […]

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Goals prove crucial as Antrim exit McKenna Cup

Bank Of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup Section A Round Three Antrim………0-15 St Mary’s……4-8 ANTRIM’S hopes of reaching the semi-finals of this year’s Dr McKenna Cup ended at a misty Woodlands on Wednesday night as St Mary’s grabbed four goals at vital times to claim the points. With the students already out of contention, it was […]

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Make your New Year mark on Belfast Hills

THE Belfast Hills Partnership are seeking volunteers to help plant 6,500 trees and hedging plants before the end of March. Most of the trees to be planted this season will be part of an industrial revolution project in quarry and landfill sites throughout the Belfast Hills. Some of the trees are also part of the […]

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