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Cliftonville fan donates season ticket to family support group

A US-based Cliftonville fan has donated a season ticket to a Belfast-based Cystic Fibrosis Family Support group. Bryan Eitz, who understandably cannot attend Solitude on a regular basis, purchased a Family Season ticket for the Reds, which the club decided to donate to the group. Run by West Belfast woman Lorraine Conlon, the organisation seeks […]

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IFI funding boost for North Belfast community projects

  THREE interface projects are to benefit from £2.6m funding by the International Fund for Ireland (IFI) for 22 groups across the north. Twaddell Woodvale Residents Association (TWRA) received £229,330 to extend their project for a further two years. This new phase will focus on building links with the nearby nationalist community, developing cross-border linkages […]

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Cliftonville FC: In defence of Gerard Lyttle

 I HAVE read some of the comments about Cliftonville Football Club and especially manager Gerard Lyttle this week with shock, disbelief, anger and amusement. I think a few things need to be pointed out. Can any tradesman do a proper job without the proper tools? Can a joiner build a fence without a hammer, nails […]

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Barton at the double to deny Reds victory

CLIFTONVILLE manager Tommy Breslin felt frustration as two late goals denied his side victory at Shamrock Park on Saturday. Leading 2-0 through Liam Boyce and Martin Murray, the Reds were pegged back by a home penalty before Murray’s second of the afternoon looked to have secured maximum points only for Portadown substitute Joshua Barton to […]

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Hatchet robber smashes way out of shop

An armed robber had to smash his way out of a North Belfast off licence last night (Wednesday, November 27) after his getaway driver panicked and fled the scene, leaving him trapped in the shop he had just raided. The North Belfast News understands the man arrived at the Winemark store at Cliftonville Circus on […]

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West Belfast turns green, white and red for big game

West Belfast was a sea of green and white and red yesterday  as Celtic and Cliftonville partied side-by-side ahead of the big Champions League game at Solitude. Indeed you were just as likely to hear a Glaswegian accent as a Belfast brogue as fans mixed in searing heat and visitors to the city from across […]

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