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Poignant site set to be named after Clara and Emma

LORD Mayor Deirdre Hargey, along with community leaders, are to attend the unveiling of ‘Groves Reilly Corner’ at the former Andersonstown barracks site in tribute to the late Emma Groves and fellow human rights campaigner Clara Reilly. The renaming of the site, taking place on Saturday, is especially poignant as it is where Emma and […]

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Pic of the day, Thursday, January 17

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Excitement builds ahead of 2019 Blackboard Awards

THE Belfast Media Group will host the eighth annual Blackboard Awards next month recognising the quality of our schools in the city and rewarding the best of our principals, teachers and classroom assistants. For the eighth consecutive year, educationalists who have been transforming lives will be celebrated in a gala event highlighting their hard work […]

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De Gaulle was right: kick England out!

WITH Parliamentary arithmetic deadlocked on all options, the default position of ‘No-Deal’ Brexit looms larger. I voted to kick England out of Europe. Why? Because De Gaulle called it right. England doesn’t belong in Europe, remains Atlanticist, attached to imperial preference, consumed by the ‘great-game’ of divide-and-rule, of balancing powers in Europe, never committed to […]

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Patricia’s latest work set to banish January blues

MONDAY morning and a trip across the city to the old Belfast Metropolitan College on Tower Street ,whose beauty and hair salon is proving the perfect rehearsal space for Patricia Gormley’s latest work ‘Is That Too Hot?’ Set in the world of hairdryers, rollers, straighteners and all things beauty, the hilarious sequel to ‘I’ll Tell […]

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DUP and SF lay out their stalls ahead of this evening’s key Brexit vote

MPs are preparing to vote on whether to back or reject Theresa May’s deal for leaving the European Union. The so-called “meaningful vote” will take place around 7pm tonight as five days of debate on Brexit come to an end. Mrs May has called for politicians to back her deal or risk letting the British […]

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