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Fianna Fáil appoint Antrim Road man as northern youth organiser

PLANS for Fianna Fáil to contest elections in the north have taken another step forward with a North Belfast man having been elected to organise the junior wing of the party in the six counties. Paul McNamee, a trainee solicitor from the Antrim Road, joined the party while studying at Trinity College as he didn’t […]

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90th anniversary of execution of famous local IRA leader Joe

ceremonIES to mark the 90th anniversary of the execution by Free State forces of legendary West Belfast republican Joe McKelvey

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Maestro McKillop honing in on Paralympics double gold

It’s November 2009 and the great and the good of Ireland’s cross-country scene have descended on Kilbeggan

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Football mad Oscar’s £250K treatment goal

A CAMPAIGN to raise vital funds for a Glengormley tot battling a rare form of cancer is gathering pace thanks

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Action needed now

As jobless figures spiral to record levels, it’s crucial that every penny of government spending adds value to the economy.

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Antrim must keep a keen eye on Dublin hurling development

We now enter a very quiet period in the GAA world but first congratulations have to be given to the Minor hurlers of St John’s and the Under 16 footballers of Rossa as each won the Ulster competitions in their respective codes last weekend.

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