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Belfast Agreement through young people’s eyes

NEXT year marks the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and for anyone who remembers the frantic hours leading up to its signing it will remain a momentous event. But what if you were born after it was signed? What is your relationship to the document that ended widespread hostilities for the first time […]

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A win at the Showgrounds at long last

On Saturday Stevie Small’s Wee Hoops continued their recent good run of form with a first ever win over Coleraine at the Showgrounds in the Carling Premiership. We went into the game with a growing list of absentees. Starting off at the back goalkeeper Robert Robinson failed a late fitness test, defender Paul Bradley was serving a one match suspension, in the middle

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Hard work securing jobs for Catholics

There was a glut of voices on the radio the other day, each eager to comment on ‘The Estate’, a TV fly-on-the-wall documentary about Ballysally housing estate near Coleraine.

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Blues have experience to break records

There was no fixture for Linfield in the past seven days, due to Coleraine participating in the League Cup final – the Blues’ trip up north took place last night (Tuesday).

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