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Niamh would do anything for The Little Prince

One of the most famous fables in the history of theatre has made its way to South Belfast, where it will be performed over the festive period.

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Innovative thinking needed to save Lisburn Road says trader

The Lisburn Road will “die off” unless drastic action is taken by the government to combat problems facing independent shops there, a trader has warned.

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McCarthy is the Don

A last minute fixture change threw up a second local derby just two weeks after the first game, which Santos won 1-0 after a dour battle.

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Road to Ravenhill begins for local schools

IT may just be the start of December but the cream of schools rugby are already looking forward to March when the 2011/2012 Schools’ Cup winners will be crowned.

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A Blue for you

Former Irish League footballer Chris Morgan started his sporting career with Crusaders before moving on to Linfield, Glentoran, Newry City and Dungannon Swifts. In a medal-strewn career he won league titles for three clubs and scored the winner in the Irish Cup final for the Blues before retiring in 2010. Chris is currently a partner in the consultancy company, Copious Consulting.

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Spirit of the council

Belfast City Council has emerged relatively unscathed from a week of bickering which brought back unfortunate memories of a Dome of Delight which in effect brought little joy to the populace.

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