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Belfast Telegraph
Some UTV operations may go to England, admits boss Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella during their B&B Road Trip series, whic
Some UTV operations may go to England, admits boss
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella during their B&B Road Trip series, which was a success for UTV Some of UTV's operations could be moved to England after a takeover by ITV goes ahead, the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Euro 2016 touts sell Northern Ireland match tickets for £2,500 By Adrian Rutherford Northern Ireland fans in the stands prior to the UEFA E
Euro 2016 touts sell Northern Ireland match tickets for £2,500
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford Northern Ireland fans in the stands prior to the UEFA European Championship Qualifying match at Windsor Park, Belfast. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date:... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sports minister denies knowledge of Casement Park safety concerns Caral Ni Chuilin and the GAA have both insisted they acted correctly througho
Sports minister denies knowledge of Casement Park safety concerns
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Caral Ni Chuilin and the GAA have both insisted they acted correctly throughout the design process The sports minister has told MLAs she strongly refutes an allegation she was aware... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
POhWER group’s offer to businesses - support our Stevenage summit, reap the benefits Some of the team who organised last year's summit Businesses are being given
POhWER group’s offer to businesses - support our Stevenage summit, reap the benefits
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 6 days ago
Some of the team who organised last year's summit Businesses are being given the chance to get on board when Stevenage-based POhWER – which provides information,... Read more
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The Comet
POhWER group’s offer to businesses - support our Stevenage summit, reap the benefits Some of the team who organised last year's summit Businesses are being given
POhWER group’s offer to businesses - support our Stevenage summit, reap the benefits
The Comet / Posted 6 days ago
Some of the team who organised last year's summit Businesses are being given the chance to get on board when Stevenage-based POhWER – which provides information,... Read more
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chroniclelive
The story of Gateshead's vanished industrial landscape which was a staple in everyday lifeThe vanished industrial landscape of a Tyneside town is explored in a new river
The story of Gateshead's vanished industrial landscape which was a staple in everyday life
chroniclelive / Posted 10 days ago
The vanished industrial landscape of a Tyneside town is explored in a new riverside exhibition. The free exhibition runs until March 26 at St Mary’s Heritage Centre, in Oakwellgate, between the Tyne Bridge and Baltic arts centre which itself was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Committee 'in a quandary' over safety issues at Casement Park The GAA's efforts to develop Casement Park in west Belfast have been mired in
Committee 'in a quandary' over safety issues at Casement Park
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
The GAA's efforts to develop Casement Park in west Belfast have been mired in controversy An Assembly inquiry into safety issues at a redeveloped Casement Park is in a "quandary" over... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
MLA hits out over lack of civil servants at committee Questions were raised about a lack of civil service staff at Parliament Build
MLA hits out over lack of civil servants at committee
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Questions were raised about a lack of civil service staff at Parliament Buildings Civil servants at Stormont's department of culture have come under fire for not attending important scrutiny... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Strictly bizarre as Shinners dance on the memory of their 1916 heroes By Nelson McCausland Many different events are being organised to commemorat
Strictly bizarre as Shinners dance on the memory of their 1916 heroes
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
By Nelson McCausland Many different events are being organised to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin, which ended with the execution of the rebel leaders. There is an... Read more
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The Comet
Rolling out the barrels as Stevenage’s first ever CAMRA beer festival draws near Jon Kirby, Martyn Beer, Andy Rawnsley, Jeremy Kitson and Heather Royles, prep
Rolling out the barrels as Stevenage’s first ever CAMRA beer festival draws near
The Comet / Posted 15 days ago
Jon Kirby, Martyn Beer, Andy Rawnsley, Jeremy Kitson and Heather Royles, prepare for Stevenage Beer festival Beer lovers will be delighted to hear the barrels are... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Health Minister McGimpsey is to walk away from AssemblyEx- Michael McGimpsey in 2008 during his time as Health Minister One of the b
Health Minister McGimpsey is to walk away from Assembly
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Ex- Michael McGimpsey in 2008 during his time as Health Minister One of the best-known faces in Northern Ireland politics is to stand down from the Assembly in May. UUP stalwart Michael... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
End of the line for St Albans Model Railway Exhibition Exhibitors and visitors have said farewell to the annual St Albans Model Rail
End of the line for St Albans Model Railway Exhibition
Herts Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
Exhibitors and visitors have said farewell to the annual St Albans Model Railway Exhibition which has been a feature in the city in January for the past 30 years. To send a link to this page... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Who signed off £200,000 overdraft at events company flop quango? A chairman’s signature approving a £200,000 overdraft at a scandal-hit quango
Who signed off £200,000 overdraft at events company flop quango?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
A chairman’s signature approving a £200,000 overdraft at a scandal-hit quango was considerably different from his previous signature, investigators have said A chairman's signature... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Overdraft signature at scandal-hit quango 'could have been forged' The Northern Ireland Events Company brought over star acts like Sir Elton Joh
Overdraft signature at scandal-hit quango 'could have been forged'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
The Northern Ireland Events Company brought over star acts like Sir Elton John A chairman's signature approving a £200,000 overdraft at a scandal-hit quango was considerably... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Side by side at the Executive The Northern Ireland Executive (clockwise from bottom left): Deputy First Min
Side by side at the Executive
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
The Northern Ireland Executive (clockwise from bottom left): Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness; Neill Jackson, OFMDFM; Junior Minister Jennifer McCann; Education Minister John O’Dowd; Culture Arts and Leisure... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Chilling Belfast terror mural gives way to artwork remembering Somme The terrorist emblem it is replacingThe new mural takes shape on the Newtowna
Chilling Belfast terror mural gives way to artwork remembering Somme
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
The terrorist emblem it is replacingThe new mural takes shape on the Newtownards RoadMurals down the years ... former IRA sniper and Sinn Fein politician Martin Meehan aiming a... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Call to limber up for Church Stretton community games « Shropshire StarChurch Stretton has seen a number of events where townsfolk have come together
Call to limber up for Church Stretton community games « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 24 days ago
Church Stretton has seen a number of events where townsfolk have come together for a day of sporting activities in recent years, but now is hoping to do so again to coincide with the Olympics this year. Alan Fox, a governor at Church Stretton... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lawrence of Arabia images found in Belfast records office A forgotten image of Lawrence of Arabia which has been discovered at a record
Lawrence of Arabia images found in Belfast records office
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
A forgotten image of Lawrence of Arabia which has been discovered at a records office in Northern Ireland. (Department of Culture, Arts and leisure/PA) Forgotten images of Lawrence of Arabia... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Windsor Park set for full capacity for Northern Ireland World Cup qualifier as new Kop rises High hopes: The foundations have been put in place to begin work on the new K
Windsor Park set for full capacity for Northern Ireland World Cup qualifier as new Kop rises
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
High hopes: The foundations have been put in place to begin work on the new Kop stand at Windsor Park Windsor Park is on course to have its full capacity... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Primary schools could benefit from a bit more nurturing By Nelson McCausland 'Nurture groups can make a real difference, with improv
Primary schools could benefit from a bit more nurturing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted a month ago
By Nelson McCausland 'Nurture groups can make a real difference, with improved wellbeing, improved achievement, improved attendance, improved behaviour and an improved teaching experience' I... Read more

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