Tag Archives: Poleglass

Classrooms gutted in blaze

THE PRINCIPAL of a primary school in Poleglass says he and his staff are fighting a “tough battle” after vandals

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ONH blamed for pipe bomb

Óglaigh na hÉireann (ONH) are being blamed after a hoax call lured six police officers into a pipe bomb attack on the outskirts of West Belfast

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Can Ireland top the Euro charts?

YES, folks, it’s that time of year again. The 57th Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in Azerbaijan this weekend and the, ah, most talented twins in Ireland – Jedward – will be representing us for the second year in a row.

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You haven’t lost a bridge, have you?

Never mind the Bridge Over The River Kwai, people in Poleglass are calling this the Bridge Over The River, Why? Shocked residents of Poleglass awoke this week to find a large metal bridge dumped in a field near their homes. Situated at Woodside Hill, the dumped half-ton bridge has left local people scratching their heads.

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Two more local girls in beauty finals

TWO West Belfast girls are among 26 from across the North competing for the title of Miss Northern Ireland next week – putting the West of the city firmly at the top of the Irish beauty league. Elpitha Lyssary, 19, from Kestrel Green near Poleglass, and Rebecca McMahon, 18, from Dunmurry, will be taking to the stage for the Open + Direct Miss NI 2012 final at the Europa Hotel in Belfast on Monday night.

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Poleglass youth going on the run

Teams from the Poleglass cross-community organisation Youth Initiatives are running the Belfast Marathon on Monday in a bid to raise £10,000. Two teams of young people and the Youth Initiatives management team will take part in the marathon to raise money for a new youth centre in Poleglass and a trip to Romania where the Colin area’s young people will build houses for families in need.

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Now it’s curry my Gregory after years of quotable fun

GREGORY Campbell’s ‘Curry my yoghurt’ outburst in the Assembly was as unsurprising as it was unfunny. The line was spoken […]

Justice came late for scapegoat airman

The murder of Patricia Curran (19) in November 1952 sent shockwaves all over Ireland and beyond. By the end of […]

Halloween horror at Camp Twaddell

CONCLUDING PART Big Geordie flexed his pudgy fingers furiously. The pyjama cord that bound his wrists behind his back had […]

Abuse a challenge for all our society

The recent allegations made by Maíria Cahill are of serious concern to myself and Sinn Féin. While I refute completely […]

Who goes there, friend or foe…?

It must be hard for journalists to follow all the wars going on now. Because in these wars today’s enemy […]

From Hardinge to Street Park Lodge

The Christian Brothers were a great organisation for planning ahead. In the late 1950s they looked at the growth of […]