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Could technology change insurance premiums and accidents forever?

The statistics for young, male drivers is startling. Aged between 17-20, they are seven times more

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Queens and UU join up for material gains

QUEEN’S University are welcoming the work of artists from the University of Ulster for an exhibition in South

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A red light challenge for Rachel

IT’S the famous river that slices through the Big Apple, and next month South Belfast woman Rachel

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St George’s is the ‘Real Deal’

Traders at St George’s Market have become the first in Northern Ireland to sign up to the national ‘Real Deal’ charter.

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Hopes high that new hotel will boost tourism and trade

DETAILS of a new luxury hotel to be built in South Belfast have been released as the ambitious project forges ahead with its planning application. Novotel, a four-star hotel, will be built on the site of the current Fanum House building on Great Victoria Street if it gets the green light

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Local man got natural life for murder after trial lasting 3 hours – and an hour for lunch

LAWYERS for West Belfast man Patrick Livingstone are confident that his 1977 conviction for the murder of ‘Good Samaritan’ Samuel Llewellyn will be quashed after it was referred to the Court of Appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC).

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