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Talking of God and Waiting for Godot

Like many of the world’s most celebrated writers countless name-droppers have claimed to have known Samuel Beckett personally.

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Ireland seek to slay Dragons

Declan Kidney’s side made history with their impressive victory over Italy to become the first Ireland team to top a pool at the World Cup.

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Bredagh seek to claim Junior title

THE footballers of Bredagh will seek to regain the Down Junior football title when they take to the field against Dromara at Páirc Esler, Newry on Sunday (4pm).

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Bradbury Place resident hits out at police response to device

A South Belfast man who lives opposite where a viable explosive device was found at the weekend has criticised the police response to the incident, claiming the item was left unattended for four hours as the general public walked and drove by it.

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Changing the rules of electoral game

When Bobby Sands was elected MP for Fermanagh/South Tyrone the British government decided it didn’t like that particular outcome and immediately introduced and passed legislation to change the rules of the electoral game.

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Brave soles go for firewalking record

Brave soles from across Belfast are signing up thick and fast to walk on fire to raise money for a suicide prevention charity – and write themselves into the record books.

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