Tag Archives: North Belfast

Michael McGibbon vigil

Fr Gary Donegan hit out at the killers of Michael McGibbon calling on them to “turn away from these futile deeds.”

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Nationalist majority is inevitable for North Belfast

NORTH Belfast is changing dramatically and will soon boast a nationalist political majority despite the “state of denial” in which unionists are existing. That’s the opinion of leading political commentator Brian Feeney who was speaking this week during a debate about sectarianism in the north of the city. The North Belfast man also accused unionist […]

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‘Standards should be the same’

The standard of street cleaning in Belfast should be the same whether you live on the Malone Road or the Cliftonville Road, a local MLA has said.

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‘Brutal’ economic climate forces family art gallery out of business

ONE of Belfast’s oldest art galleries has shut its doors on the Antrim Road, blaming the “brutal” economic climate for the decision

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Teen robber of St Mals and BRA pupils is jailed

A New Lodge teenager with learning difficulties who was only 15-years-old when he robbed five North Belfast school kids

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A packed two hours in the council chamber

Five motions, the honouring of a sporting hero, growing moustaches for charity and the nitty-gritty

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