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BIG NAMES GO IN CITY HALL SHAKE-UP

It’s all change at Belfast City Council as two seasoned veterans of the chamber bid farewell. With 36 years of service between them, Sinn Féin’s Tom Hartley and Gerard O’Neill are old hands at City Hall but, they say, they have given all that they can give and the time is now right to stand […]

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DEMENTIA OAP DEATH THREAT

A West Belfast man caring for his 87-year-old mother, who suffers from dementia, has received a chilling death threat. Cavendish Street man Gerard O’Neill was left deeply shocked after sinister placards were placed on  his vehicle on Monday morning, warning him to “look under your car”. Gerard’s car was scratched by the heartless thugs and […]

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2nd brutal attack at flats of fear as warning is issued

A WEST Belfast councillor has said someone could be killed unless more is done to crack down on the number of violent assaults in Lenadoon. Sinn Féin representative for the area Gerard O’Neill was speaking after a local father-of-two was viciously assaulted outside his Corrib Avenue home in Lenadoon just days after two of his neighbours were attacked by a drunken gang in an outrage we reported on last week.

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