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RTE News
Patterson pinches points for Derry at Dalymountthe points for Derry at DalymountBy Paul Buttner at Dalymount Park | Updated: F
Patterson pinches points for Derry at Dalymount
RTE News / Posted yesterday
the points for Derry at DalymountBy Paul Buttner at Dalymount Park | Updated: Friday, 22 Jul 2016 22:40 | Comments Bohemians 0-1 Derry City Not for the first time this season, Rory Patterson proved Derry City’s match winner as they took three... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
855 ex-soldiers quizzed over Troubles deaths in 'politically-driven witch-hunt' By Adrian Rutherford Belfast IRA men on patrol with new drogue bomb in North
855 ex-soldiers quizzed over Troubles deaths in 'politically-driven witch-hunt'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford Belfast IRA men on patrol with new drogue bomb in Northern Ireland 1987Belfast IRA man on patrol in West Belfast 1987 - PacemakerIRA Bomb attack on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Welcome to Drum - the only Protestant village in Republic of Irelandturned out smartly in their uniforms, lead the procession of local Orange lodge
Welcome to Drum - the only Protestant village in Republic of Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
turned out smartly in their uniforms, lead the procession of local Orange lodgesRev Larry Power of Coragarry Free Presbyterian Church in Drum with his wife ElaineDrum Accordion Band members, turned out smartly in their uniforms, lead the procession... Read more
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metro
How did your MP vote in Trident debate?Peter Bottomley (Worthing West), Karen Bradley (Staffordshire Moorlands), Graha
How did your MP vote in Trident debate?
metro / Posted 5 days ago
Peter Bottomley (Worthing West), Karen Bradley (Staffordshire Moorlands), Graham Brady (Altrincham & Sale West), Julian Brazier (Canterbury), Andrew Bridgen (Leicestershire North West), Steve Brine (Winchester), James Brokenshire (Old Bexley... Read more
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Daily Record
How did your MP vote on Trident renewal?on the west coast of Scotland. Every one of the SNP's 52 members of Parliament
How did your MP vote on Trident renewal?
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
on the west coast of Scotland. Every one of the SNP's 52 members of Parliament voted against the motion - as did Labour's Ian Murray, Lib Dem Alistair Carmichael and independents Michelle Thomson and Natalie McGarry. In the end their voice went... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
The politicians who voted for and against Trident renewalhow they all voted (in alphabetical order). There were 116 MPs who voted again
The politicians who voted for and against Trident renewal
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
how they all voted (in alphabetical order). There were 116 MPs who voted against the motion: Crispin Blunt (Reigate) Diane Abbott (Hackney North & Stoke Newington) Graham Allen (Nottingham North), Paul Blomfield (Sheffield Central), Nick Brown... Read more
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Daily Mirror
How did your MP vote on renewing Trident? Search by name or constituency herevoted on renewing Trident How Tory MPs voted on renewing Trident How SNP MPs
How did your MP vote on renewing Trident? Search by name or constituency here
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
voted on renewing Trident How Tory MPs voted on renewing Trident How SNP MPs voted on renewing Trident Dozens of politicians from all parties gave powerful speeches in a six-hour debate as Labour split acrimoniously over the Tory government's... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Rebels rally to survive Longford scareSFC Qualifier: 16 July 2016 Cork's Brian O'Driscoll and Barry McKeon of Longfo
Rebels rally to survive Longford scare
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 7 days ago
SFC Qualifier: 16 July 2016 Cork's Brian O'Driscoll and Barry McKeon of Longford. Second-half goals from Colm O’Neill and Ian Maguire propelled Cork to a 2-9 to 1-6 victory over Longford at Pearse... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Unionists outraged as public money used to fund film about Bobby Sands' IRA hunger strikemarchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast cit
Unionists outraged as public money used to fund film about Bobby Sands' IRA hunger strike
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast. 9/10/1968.Mr Austin Currie, MP, addressing the crowd.People's Democracy group... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Theresa Villiers sees progress in resolving the deadlock over Troubles issuesmarchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast cit
Theresa Villiers sees progress in resolving the deadlock over Troubles issues
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast. 9/10/1968.Mr Austin Currie, MP, addressing the crowd.People's Democracy group... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland and Republic fans receive Paris medalin Paris, on July 7, 2016. AFP/Getty Images They were knocked after a 1-0 defe
Northern Ireland and Republic fans receive Paris medal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
in Paris, on July 7, 2016. AFP/Getty Images They were knocked after a 1-0 defeat to Wales. Mayor Hidalgo said that Parisians and visitors to the city were "charmed and impressed by their kindness, their chants and their good... Read more
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RTE News
No Zika worry for Paralympic champ SmythParalympic Games for the first time. Coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympics Game
No Zika worry for Paralympic champ Smyth
RTE News / Posted 18 days ago
Paralympic Games for the first time. Coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympics Games will be available on RTÉ with thanks to Allianz throughout the duration of the Games, on TV, radio and online. Ireland team for Paralympics ATHLETICS: Orla Barry... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's University graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of resultsPHOTOGRAPHY - BELFAST - 1st July 2016 Graduating from Ulster University today w
Queen's University graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
PHOTOGRAPHY - BELFAST - 1st July 2016 Graduating from Ulster University today with a Bachelor of Science is Ian Bothwell with brother in law Wayne McCulloughHARRISON PHOTOGRAPHY - BELFAST - 1st July 2016 Graduating from Ulster... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Archbishop commemorates sacrifice of Irish troops during Battle of the Sommesaid. A total of 1,147 soldiers were lost out of the 2,400 who attacked. Priv
Archbishop commemorates sacrifice of Irish troops during Battle of the Somme
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
said. A total of 1,147 soldiers were lost out of the 2,400 who attacked. Private Thomas Hughes of Castleblayney in Co Monaghan was awarded the Victoria Cross after he was wounded and went back into battle and single-handedly took out a German... Read more
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SportsFan
Salford still eyeing Super League finalsSalford coach Ian Watson insists the Super League top eight remains a realistic
Salford still eyeing Super League finals
SportsFan / Posted 22 days ago
Salford coach Ian Watson insists the Super League top eight remains a realistic target for his side after they snatched a 22-18 victory over Castleford at the AJ Bell Stadium. The victory lifted the Red Devils up to ninth, four points behind... Read more
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Farming Life
Horticultural awards ceremony at Greenmount2 Diploma in Work-based Horticulture (Parks, Gardens & Green Spaces) Samuel El
Horticultural awards ceremony at Greenmount
Farming Life / Posted 22 days ago
2 Diploma in Work-based Horticulture (Parks, Gardens & Green Spaces) Samuel Elliott, Lisburn, Oliver Gilmore, Kircubbin, Ian Jamison, Belfast, Mark Majury, Newtownards, Patrick Nolan, Glenavy, Simon Reeve, Belfast, Nigel Robinson, Maguiresbridge,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's University graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of resultsmanagementAnimation graduate Mary Stewart, who has landed a top job in ChicagoE
Queen's University graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
managementAnimation graduate Mary Stewart, who has landed a top job in ChicagoEnvironmental conservationist, maritime historian and kayaker Robin Ruddock received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (DSc) for distinguished services to the... Read more
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The Courier
Snapped in the Rat | June, 2016Ryal Joust at Kryal Castle: Mieka Leitch and Kiesha Formosa. The inaugural Kei
Snapped in the Rat | June, 2016
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
Ryal Joust at Kryal Castle: Mieka Leitch and Kiesha Formosa. The inaugural Keith Ryal Joust at Kryal Castle: Louise, Riane and Anthony Koutouzis. The inaugural Keith Ryal Joust at Kryal Castle: Sam Buckler, Christy Marsh and Amanda... Read more
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International Business Times
Judi Dench tattoo: James Bond star joins David Dimbleby and Helen Mirren after being newly inked art. Here are a few other stars that decided to threw caution to the wind and b
Judi Dench tattoo: James Bond star joins David Dimbleby and Helen Mirren after being newly inked
International Business Times / Posted 23 days ago
art. Here are a few other stars that decided to threw caution to the wind and brand themselves with tattoos. X-Men star Ian McKellen joined several of his Lord Of Rings castmates when they decided to get matching tattoos. The 77-year-old actor... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Troubles soldiers to sue PSNI for 'inaction' over terror attacksmarchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast cit
Troubles soldiers to sue PSNI for 'inaction' over terror attacks
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast. 9/10/1968.Mr Austin Currie, MP, addressing the crowd.People's Democracy group... Read more
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Farming Life
Loughry Campus AwardsCrawford, Killyman, Martha Jordan, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, Gemma McDermott, Colera
Loughry Campus Awards
Farming Life / Posted 25 days ago
Crawford, Killyman, Martha Jordan, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, Gemma McDermott, Coleraine, Gareth Williamson, Ballinode, Co Monaghan Associate Bachelor Degree: Ryan Irwin, Lisburn Certificate of Higher Education: Simon Ferguson, Aughnacloy,... Read more
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The Irish Times
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexitof hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refug
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
of hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refugee” evocative of ravening hordes of barbarians, whose only aim is to get raping and pillaging while simultaneously enjoying free plasma screen TVs in their luxury... Read more
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The Irish Times
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexitof hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refug
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
of hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refugee” evocative of ravening hordes of barbarians, whose only aim is to get raping and pillaging while simultaneously enjoying free plasma screen TVs in their luxury... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexitof hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refug
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
of hardship. It has made those most vulnerable terms “asylum seeker” and “refugee” evocative of ravening hordes of barbarians, whose only aim is to get raping and pillaging while simultaneously enjoying free plasma screen TVs in their luxury... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Treaty men stun SaffronsVictory secures a place in Monday morning’s second-round draw, where the Treaty
Treaty men stun Saffrons
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 28 days ago
Victory secures a place in Monday morning’s second-round draw, where the Treaty will be paired with either Mayo, Cork, Monaghan or Donegal, or Westmeath or Kildare Both sides set up defensively from the get-go and it was the visitors who led... Read more

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