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Thousands attend Love Equality rally

THOUSANDS of people took part in a marriage equality march in Belfast on Saturday afternoon. The Love Equality rally was led by Sara Canning, the partner of murdered journalist Lyra McKee. Addressing the crowd at Belfast City Hall, Sara said: “We pay our taxes, we are governed by the same laws, we live deeply and […]

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The Adventures headline Holywood

BELFAST’S very own The Adventures are one of the headline acts at this year’s Harmony Live. Supported by Ards and North Down Borough Council, the exciting line-up has been revealed for this year’s festival, to take place in Holywood Rugby Grounds from 31 May – 2 June 2019. Topping the festival bill are iconic Welsh […]

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Eastwood optimistic at taking third Euro seat

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood says his party are in the “best position” to take a seat in the European Parliament. There are 11 candidates battling for seats in the north with sitting MEPs Sinn Féin’s Martina Anderson and DUP’s Diane Dodds expected to win a seat following next Thursday’s election. A LuicdTalk poll, published by […]

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Belfast election results bring fresh opportunities

BY Jake MacSiacais, Director Forbairt Feirste An open letter to all non-unionist councillors in Belfast: THE new Council is now elected. As we face into the new mandate it is high time to effectively deliver on the long-promised aspiration of Belfast as a ‘Diverse City of Equals’. The Gaeltacht Quarter Board has long engaged with […]

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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, May 15

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Church leaders meet Stormont politicians

LEADERS of the Catholic, Presbyterian, Anglican and Methodist churches in Ireland have held talks with Stormont parties in the latest attempt to break the political deadlock. British and Irish Ministers including Secretary of State Karen Bradley also attended the meeting on Tuesday. The delegation of church leaders told the Stormont parties it was time to […]

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