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Bawnmore suspicious approach leads to three arrests

The PSNI have arrested three men after Bawnmore residents confronted passengers of a car who were accused of approaching a young boy in the area. The North Belfast News understands the alarm was first raised on Sunday afternoon with local people getting involved yesterday after the men returned to a car park at a retail […]

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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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Families to sue army over MRF shootings

As the PSNI prepares to examine claims made in a BBC documentary about the murder of civilians in West Belfast, relatives of the victims are pursuing court action. The Panorama programme was broadcast as documents emerged showing that the British Ministry of Defence was intent on keeping the actions and behaviour of the of the […]

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Drug death and powder seizure

THE sudden death of a West Belfast man from a suspected drugs overdose has led to an emergency meeting being called today [Thursday] at the Falls Community Council.

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PSNI challenged on labelling of crimes against nationalists

The failure of the PSNI to investigate incidents against the nationalist community in North Belfast as sectarian will be brought up in a meeting between Sinn Féin and the police today (Thursday, August 8). MLA Carál Ní Chuilín will lead a delegation of elected representatives to meet with Chief Inspector Andy Freeburn regarding a number […]

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Rocket Launcher in derelict house belonged to ONH

ÓGLAIGH na hÉireann (ONH) has launched an internal investigation after a rocket launcher and warhead were found in a derelict house in West Belfast. Police made the discovery at an unoccupied

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