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Christina set to take on roles

TAKING on the mantle of bringing multiple characters to life in West Belfast playwright Patricia Gormley’s I’ll Tell My Ma, actress Christina Nelson says it is a “huge honour” to be involved in the critically acclaimed play. Having wowed audiences last year at the Mac Theatre during a sell-out run of the semi-autobiographical tale of […]

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No deal on cards says DUP leader

DUP leader Arlene Foster says there is “no current prospect” of a deal to restore the power-sharing Executive at Stormont. In response, last night Sinn Féin’s leader in the north Michelle O’Neill said a deal had been reached and the DUP had collapsed the process. “We had reached an accommodation with the leadership of the […]

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New centre a boost for mental health

A NEW mental health facility has been officially opened in North Belfast thanks to a joined-up approach to patient care. Launched by mental health organisation Threshold, the Clearwater House facility is located in Brookhill Avenue, off the Antrim Road. The multi-million pound residential facility is the first of its kind in the north and helps […]

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Man killed in front of partner and child in shotgun attack

COLIN SINN Féin Councillor Stephen Magennis says the local community is outraged by the brutal murder of a man in Poleglass last night. Raymond Johnston, who’s believed to be in his late 20s, was hit in the chest with a shotgun blast shortly before 8pm on Tuesday night at his partner’s home in Glenbawn Avenue. […]

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Patricia’s play is all set for Lyric Theatre

WEST Belfast playwright Patricia Gormley says it will be a real family affair when her one-woman penned semi-autobiographical work I’ll Tell My Ma makes its Lyric Theatre debut this month. The production, which first entertained audiences at the Cultúrlann back in 2012, charts the adventures, highs and lows in the lives of four generations of […]

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Police launch investigation into suspicious death of May Stevens

POLICE are investigating a potential burglary link to death of a 64-year-old woman who was found dead in her North Belfast home on Sunday morning. PSNI officers discovered the body of 64-year-old May Stevens at her house in Lismoyne Park shortly after 3.00am. Officers visited her property to inquire about her vehicle, which had failed […]

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Short Strand bus depot cancer fears

SINN Féin Councillor Mairead O’Donnell has called for the relocation of the Translink bus depot in Short Strand. Cllr O’Donnell was speaking out after a worrying report complied by Queen’s third year medical students revealed a possible link between the number of cancer-related illnesses in the area and pollution emitted from diesel engines. Cllr O’Donnell […]

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MI5 ‘tried to recruit’ Saoradh member in France

AN Ardoyne ex-prisoner and republican activist claims MI5 attempted to recruit him at an airport in France. Conál Corbett (21) was on his way to board a 9pm Ryanair flight from Nice to Dublin after spending a week visiting his girlfriend’s family in France. “My partner, who was in front of me in passport control, […]

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