Tag Archives: North

Loyalist bus trip furore

Catholic bus drivers will consider strike action if the company fails to take action against employees who posted sectarian remarks on

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Victims hit out at plan for new City Hall statue

RELATIVES of people killed and injured by British soldiers and the RUC during the conflict are preparing to launch

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We’re paying enough as it is, thank you

WE could only watch helplessly last week as the heavens opened and flash flooding wreaked

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Iconic church ‘would make perfect home’ for Buddhists

ONE of the North’s biggest buddhist organisations is planning a move to South Belfast. The Black Mountain Zen Centre, located in the city centre, is hoping a move to the south of the city will help accommodate the group’s booming membership numbers.

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Mary to have flaming good time

A LOCAL pensioner will be having a flaming good week, as she has been selected to carry the Olympic torch as it makes its journey across the North. Ormeau volunteer worker Mary McCarney was chosen from thousands of worthy applicants to run a stretch of the torch route this Thursday, and will be cheered on by hundreds of well-wishers as she carries the flame in the Co Derry town of Magherafelt.

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It’s a buyer’s market as new report logs prices

There was some good news for prospective house buyers this week as a new report revealed that the average price of a house in West Belfast has dropped by almost six per cent to £105,121

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