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McKavanagh family’s ‘closure’ over 21-year-old Billy’s death

THE family of a young Markets man shot in the back by a British soldier have said they can walk past the spot where he was killed after an apology from the Ministry of Defence.

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Food for thought

Diane Hoy is the author of The Scullery, a recently released book that looks at recipes from the Ulster-Scots heritage. She is also a regular contributor to the Ulster-Scots magazine Oot an Aboot and a part-time clerical officer at Queen’s University. She will be signing copies of her book at Newtownbreda Library on November 10.

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Holyland area costing £3 million per year to maintain

The notorious Holyland area of South Belfast is costing authorities almost £3 million a year to maintain, a major conference looking at problems there has revealed.

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Tesco gets go-ahead in Carryduff

A major new supermarket for Carryduff will begin construction next year after plans backed by the Planning Service were passed by Castlereagh Council last week.

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Conference on the Congo to take place on Donegall Road

A major conference looking at the lack of democracy in an African country will take place in South Belfast this weekend.

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Roses too prickly for Bangor

Rosario’s U15s got back to winning ways on Saturday with a convincing victory over Bangor at Ormeau Park.

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