Tag Archives: Andersonstown News

Loyalists to target saint PAT’S Parade

Bouyed by their success in forcing Saturday’s crunch Irish Premier League game between Cliftonville and Crusaders to be abandoned, the Andersonstown News has learned that loyalist flag protestors

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Truth call ahead of report

A MURAL dedicated to murdered West Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane will be unveiled on Sunday, days before the publication

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All Taigs are Targets: UDA

A HOUSING row has erupted in Lisburn after a huge amount of anti-Catholic graffiti was daubed over homes in a former

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New report is ‘unbelievable’

THE family of Lenadoon man Seamus Fox say it is “unbelievable” that his murder unfolded outside

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Classrooms gutted in blaze

THE PRINCIPAL of a primary school in Poleglass says he and his staff are fighting a “tough battle” after vandals

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Loyalist bus trip furore

Catholic bus drivers will consider strike action if the company fails to take action against employees who posted sectarian remarks on

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We hate loud music

ALL the news from the beating heart of Ulster loyalism. Camp Twaddell’s latest Twitter news as the battle for civil rights continues… […]

Coffee shop opens on top of the Black Mountain

If someone had said years ago that one day, someone will open a coffee shop at the top of Black […]

The Poor Old Woman left a very rich legacy

Having been relieved of the editorship of The Northern Patriot after just three issues in December 1895, it might have […]

The long wait for freedom

An Irish politician said recently that Irish people would have got freedom sooner – and better – if the 1916 […]

Master blaster misses the point… again

“That’s terrible,” said Peter Sheehan as he sat in the Bridge Bar and Grill in Glengormley watching the Munster hurling […]

Bring the sweet bird song back to your garden

If only workmen weren’t so damned professional nowadays, our birdlife would be in better shape. When Dúlra was a youngster, […]