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Michaela event to light up West

The life of Michaela McAreavey will be celebrated at a major event in Andersonstown next month. The ‘Match for

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Relaxing in style in County Donegal

GROWING up in Derry, you tend to take having a county like Donegal on your doorstep for granted. Day trips to beach-side towns like Buncrana, Greencastle and Moville in the Inishowen Peninsula were such a regular occurrence as a child that I never really appreciated the beauty and history of Donegal like tourists from further afield would.

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Lock us up and swallow the key!

I was in Donegal at the weekend and I asked a man how he planned to vote in the south’s up-coming referendum. “Well,” he told me, “ if Sinn Féin say no about something, I say yes”.

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A year to remember for Antrim underage sides in Ulster

Pictured (right) are the players and mentors of the successful Rossa Under 16 football team who last Sunday became the first Antrim team to win the Paul McGirr Ulster Football tournament.

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Bredagh go in search of provincial glory

THE senior footballers of Bredagh will begin their quest for provincial honours on Sunday when they travel to Letterkenny to face Donegal champions Burt.

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