Tag Archives: Belfast City Hall

Stained glass window is proposed for city LGBT community by Mary-Ellen

BELFAST Deputy Lord Mayor Mary-Ellen Campbell has called for the installation of a stained glass window at the City Hall. The North Belfast Sinn Féin councillor proposed the motion at the monthly Council meeting which was held on Monday night, in recognition of LGBT citizens in the city. “Belfast has a vibrant LGBT community and […]

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Parade commissions udderly fabulous cow

A group of kids from the New Lodge have used their ‘udderly’ fantastic artistic skills to pay a moo-ving

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SF ‘disappointment’ at Angela

SINN Féin’s leader on Lisburn City Council, Arder Carson, has expressed his disappointment at the news

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The things that shaped Tom and the things that Tom has shaped

Tom Hartley is having difficulty finding a room in Belfast City Hall. Eventually he locates one, a big, shadowy room with a vast table and microphones in front of every chair.

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Almost summertime so time for a Xmas row at council

IT’S almost summer, so it’s the perfect time for an argument about Christmas at Belfast City Hall, where once again, the idea of wishing citizens and visitors to the city a “Merry Christmas” in Irish is too much for some unionists to stomach.

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Cú Chulainn window installed at City Hall

A NEW stained-glass window inspired by the tale of Cú Chulainn and the Cattle Raid of Cooley from Irish mythology has been fitted at Belfast City Hall.

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