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Area ‘swamped’ with posters

A South Belfast community is being “plagued” by an abundance of fly-posting promoting bars and clubs there, a local councillor has said. Cathy Curran from the Alliance Party said the streets of Stranmillis were “out of control” with the posters, which are plastered over lampposts and walls in the area, and advertise a range of […]

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Cops remain tight-lipped on frequency of patrols in park

Police continue to refuse to reveal the amount of patrols that take place in Ormeau Park, despite a local District Policing Partnership (DPP) meeting disclosing the PSNI have been called to 18 incidents there since the start of the year.

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Rain can’t dampen St Brigids’ spirits

St Brigid’s sent two teams to compete in the annual Jack McCartan tournament at St Paul’s recently and, despite terrible weather conditions, both the girls and boys performed very well on the day.

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Bredagh claim junior football title in style

BREDAGH lifted the Down Junior Football Championship with a comprehensive 4-10 to 0-9 victory over Dromara at a damp Pairc Esler on Sunday.

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Expectation is hotting up ahead of firewalk world record attempt

There’s just over a week to go before over one hundred courageous firewalkers attempt to break the Irish record for walking on flames – and raise vital funds for a local suicide awareness charity.

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Taylor organises Invest NI meeting

A South Belfast businessman has taken matters into his own hands and arranged a meeting for local traders with an economic development agency after personally contacting the chief executive.

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