Tag Archives: Belfast

‘Brutal’ economic climate forces family art gallery out of business

ONE of Belfast’s oldest art galleries has shut its doors on the Antrim Road, blaming the “brutal” economic climate for the decision

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Come along and have a coffee

Local people are being urged to take part in a coffee morning in September to raise money for the Northern Ireland Hospice.

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Concern over road accident figures

More people were seriously injured in road traffic collisions in South Belfast so far this year than in any other part of the city. Latest

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Loyalty plan could be the cure for St George’s Market stall headache

CASUAL traders at St George’s Market could soon be rewarded for their loyalty to the historic venue if new plans

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Bikers choose the easy life

SQUINTER didn’t know there were Hells Angels in Ireland, never mind a chapter in Belfast. But here’s the proof

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Bringing economy boost home

LOCAL property owners are set to go for gold at next year’s World Police and Fire Games in South Belfast, with competitors

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