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Semi-automatic pistol used by Jim Donegan killer

A SEMI-automatic pistol was used by the killer of West Belfast murder victim Jim Donegan. Mr Donegan, 43, was shot dead outside St Mary’s Grammar School on the Glen Road on December 4. The attack happened as the victim was waiting in his red Porsche to collect his 13-year-old son from school. Head of PSNI’s […]

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Spring forward with Féile an Earraigh

Fresh from the massive success of Féile 30 in August last year, the dynamic team at Féile an Phobail have put together a fantastic programme of events for Féile an Earraigh, the annual Spring Festival, which will take place from 1-18 March. Féile an Earraigh will be launched tomorrow (Wednesday February 13) at An Chultúrlann […]

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AOH supports Ballymurphy Massacre Families as inquest resumes

A 35-member delegation of American Hibernians led by AOH National President Jim McKay showed their solidarity and support to members from the Ballymurphy Massacre Families as they accompanied then to Laganside Court on Monday. The group attended the morning inquest session as part of a nine-day fact-finding visit. Ballymurphy Massacre spokesperson John Teggart told Daily […]

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Image of the day, Monday February 11

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Hundreds of young people gather for pre- arranged fights in West Belfast

SINN Féin Councillor Steven Corr says the PSNI were “stretched” on Saturday night as they tried to control hundreds of young people who had gathered for pre-arranged fights in West Belfast. Councillor Corr said hundreds of young people descended on parts of the City Cemetery, the Whiterock children’s playpark and the Bullring in Ballymurphy. It […]

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Enda the road . . .

AIB All-Ireland Club Intermediate Football Championship final Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-9 From Paddy Tierney at Croke Park FRANK Fitzsimons was right all along. It would take a great team to beat his Naomh Éanna side in Championship football this season. On Saturday night, they went toe-to-toe with a fine Kilcummin outfit and […]

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Bia Rebel and check out the best noodles in town

WHEN you’ve been educated in Italy, worked as part of the Pulitzer-winning New York Times team covering the 9.11 terror attacks, and lived in Dublin during the property boom, there really is only one challenge left: setting up a noodle bar in south Belfast. Thus does the irrepressible Jenny Holland find herself most evenings fielding […]

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