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Belfast Telegraph
Orangemen recall horrific gun attack at Guiding Star Temperance Orange lodge "I didn't expect to get out alive" is the chilling memory of a man who surviv
Orangemen recall horrific gun attack at Guiding Star Temperance Orange lodge
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
"I didn't expect to get out alive" is the chilling memory of a man who survived one of the most terrifying attacks of the Troubles. Berry Reaney (72) was among those... Read more
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Irish Central
Ulster says no, NYC says no - only the gays can unite IrelandTalk about an unforeseen irony. Who would have predicted that in 1916? Photo by
Ulster says no, NYC says no - only the gays can unite Ireland
Irish Central / Posted 2 days ago
Talk about an unforeseen irony. Who would have predicted that in 1916? Photo by: Photocall If there's one thing the Orange Order and the New York St. Patrick's Day parade committee can agree on, it's the gays. Whether you wear the sash of 1690 in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
It is now time for Orange Order to march to new tune Ahead of the Last Saturday parade by the Royal Black Institution, the Rev Bri
It is now time for Orange Order to march to new tune
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Ahead of the Last Saturday parade by the Royal Black Institution, the Rev Brian Kennaway outlines why it's time for the loyal orders to sit down and talk with the Parades Commission and to make... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
It's time daylight was shed upon these knights of the Catholic faith By Nelson McCausland Father James K O'Neill formed the Knights of St Columba
It's time daylight was shed upon these knights of the Catholic faith
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
By Nelson McCausland Father James K O'Neill formed the Knights of St Columbanus We are in the midst of a decade of centenaries, running from 2012 and the centenary of the Ulster... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Loyalist bandsmen avoid jail terms for flouting music ban Pride of Ardoyne Flute band members Robert Hayes Spence, David John Murphy, J
Loyalist bandsmen avoid jail terms for flouting music ban
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Pride of Ardoyne Flute band members Robert Hayes Spence, David John Murphy, James Cosby and Gary Edwin Wells arrive at Belfast Magistrates court yesterday Five members of a loyalist flute... Read more
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U TV
Band members escape jail for 11 parade breachesHanding down suspended prison sentences to the men, a judge told them they had
Band members escape jail for 11 parade breaches
U TV / Posted 6 days ago
Handing down suspended prison sentences to the men, a judge told them they had "flagrantly" flouted the law over a four-month period on part of Twaddell Avenue. The defendants, all members of the Pride of Ardoyne, breached a Parades Commission... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ardoyne band members avoid jail after Twaddell parade breach Pride of Ardoyne Flute band members Robert (Bobby) Hayes Spence (57), David J
Ardoyne band members avoid jail after Twaddell parade breach
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Pride of Ardoyne Flute band members Robert (Bobby) Hayes Spence (57), David John Murphy (38), James Cosby (26), and Gary Edwin Wells (24), arrive at Belfast Magistrates' Court where they... Read more
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Irish Central
Orange Order in Northern Ireland says they would exclude gay membersOrange Order backs Fermanagh County Grand Master, who said “homosexuality is wr
Orange Order in Northern Ireland says they would exclude gay members
Irish Central / Posted 8 days ago
Orange Order backs Fermanagh County Grand Master, who said “homosexuality is wrong.” The Orange Order is standing behind anti-gay remarks made by Fermanagh County Grand Master Stuart Brooker, who said gay people could not join the organization... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lambeg drummers give it some stick as they hope to set a new world record Alan Warke from Londonderry enjoys the occasionKane and Lilly Mehard in Pomer
Lambeg drummers give it some stick as they hope to set a new world record
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Alan Warke from Londonderry enjoys the occasionKane and Lilly Mehard in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone last nightDrummers from Northern Ireland attempt to set a new world recordDrummers... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order historian disputes gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell's claim that King Billy was bisexual William of Orange on his famous white horsePeter Tatchell Was King Billy bis
Orange Order historian disputes gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell's claim that King Billy was bisexual
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
William of Orange on his famous white horsePeter Tatchell Was King Billy bisexual? Leading British gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order historian disputes gay rights campaigner Tatchell's claim that King Billy was bisexual William of Orange on his famous white horsePeter Tatchell Was King Billy bis
Orange Order historian disputes gay rights campaigner Tatchell's claim that King Billy was bisexual
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
William of Orange on his famous white horsePeter Tatchell Was King Billy bisexual? Leading British gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell certainly... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order stands by Fermanagh County Grand Master after 'homosexuality is wrong' remarks Stuart Brooker said that any gay members would 'likely have to leave' The co
Orange Order stands by Fermanagh County Grand Master after 'homosexuality is wrong' remarks
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Stuart Brooker said that any gay members would 'likely have to leave' The comments were made in an interview with Impartial Reporter journalist Rodney... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Mary McAleese's husband Martin reveals their road to true love wasn't smooth - 'She got engaged to me, we broke up and then she got engaged to another fella' Mary McAleese and her husband Martin walk past an Orange Arch at The Grand Or
Mary McAleese's husband Martin reveals their road to true love wasn't smooth - 'She got engaged to me, we broke up and then she got engaged to another fella'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Mary McAleese and her husband Martin walk past an Orange Arch at The Grand Orange Order... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Pomeroy echoes to sound of drums as Lambeg exponents bid to make history Keith Buchanan, who is organising the Lambeg drumming world records Pomeroy
Pomeroy echoes to sound of drums as Lambeg exponents bid to make history
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Keith Buchanan, who is organising the Lambeg drumming world records Pomeroy will be marching to the beat of the drums as two noisy world records could be set tonight. Lambeg... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Margaret Thatcher was advised to ditch Irish languageAdvisers warned against using the Irish language on official documents in North
Margaret Thatcher was advised to ditch Irish language
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Advisers warned against using the Irish language on official documents in Northern Ireland, historical government files reveal. An official said: “The conventional pluralism of Northern Ireland public policy will be shattered and we shall end up... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Mooning Belfast rioter' identified on social media Riot police form a protective line as protesters gather ahead of the Twelfth
'Mooning Belfast rioter' identified on social media
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Riot police form a protective line as protesters gather ahead of the Twelfth parade at Woodvale Road, north Belfast, on Monday, 13 July. An alleged teenage rioter who mooned at police during... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Mooning north Belfast rioter' identified on social media Riot police form a protective line as protesters gather ahead of the Twelfth
'Mooning north Belfast rioter' identified on social media
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Riot police form a protective line as protesters gather ahead of the Twelfth parade at Woodvale Road, north Belfast, on Monday, 13 July. An alleged teenage rioter who mooned at police during... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Riot accused barred from entering part of north Belfast The accused was released on bail. An alleged rioter must not enter the north
Riot accused barred from entering part of north Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
The accused was released on bail. An alleged rioter must not enter the north Belfast district scarred by last month's street violence, a judge has ordered. Ryan Samuel Elwood, 24, appeared... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Graffiti threatens Belfast Protestants with being 'bombed out' Graffiti warning Protestants they could be "bombed out, burnt out or shot" in
Graffiti threatens Belfast Protestants with being 'bombed out'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Graffiti warning Protestants they could be "bombed out, burnt out or shot" in North Belfast Graffiti warning Protestants they could be "bombed out, burnt out or shot" has been put up in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order anger at 'hate crime' as thugs snap hall's Union flagpole Ballinrees Orange Hall on the Windyhill Road in Coleraine with the broken fla
Orange Order anger at 'hate crime' as thugs snap hall's Union flagpole
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Ballinrees Orange Hall on the Windyhill Road in Coleraine with the broken flagpole The Orange Order has condemned the theft of a Union flag from an Orange Hall near... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
A cynical attempt to disrupt city Rioting breaks out on the Oldpark Road in north Belfast after police stopped
A cynical attempt to disrupt city
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Rioting breaks out on the Oldpark Road in north Belfast after police stopped a controversial anti-interment rally from proceeding to the city centre. Pic: Kevin Scott / Presseye. Yesterday's anti-internment parade... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Anti-internment parade: PSNI hold the line on fraught day of disorder and disruption A young woman flees with her child as rioting breaks after an anti-internment
Anti-internment parade: PSNI hold the line on fraught day of disorder and disruption
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
A young woman flees with her child as rioting breaks after an anti-internment parade was stopped by police on the Old Park Road. Pic: Kevin Scott / Presseye.Rioting... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tricolour could have sparked disorder, court told Waving an Irish tricolour at loyalist protesters and shouting "Up the 'RA" fr
Tricolour could have sparked disorder, court told
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Waving an Irish tricolour at loyalist protesters and shouting "Up the 'RA" from a passing car could have sparked major public disorder, the High Court has heard. Prosecutors said police were forced... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Over 1,350 sign petition demanding an Easyjet apology for Twelfth ban More than 1,350 people have signed an online petition calling on budget airli
Over 1,350 sign petition demanding an Easyjet apology for Twelfth ban
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
More than 1,350 people have signed an online petition calling on budget airline Easyjet to make an apology for banning publicising the Twelfth of July from its in-flight... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Relief of Derry Apprentice Boys parade: 'Low key’ policing as march expected to pass off peacefully Apprentice Boys of Derry and bandsmen on parade around Derry Walls on traditi
Relief of Derry Apprentice Boys parade: 'Low key’ policing as march expected to pass off peacefully
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Apprentice Boys of Derry and bandsmen on parade around Derry Walls on traditional Relief of Derry celebrations in the city. Photo Trevor McBrideThe... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Waving an Irish tricolour at loyalist protesters from a passing car could have sparked major public disorder, court hears At the time loyalists were in the area staging ongoing demonstrations over an
Waving an Irish tricolour at loyalist protesters from a passing car could have sparked major public disorder, court hears
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
At the time loyalists were in the area staging ongoing demonstrations over an Orange Order parade being banned from passing... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tackling Stormont jams one at a time could clear road ahead It's easy for naysayers to sit back and predict the collapse of the Assembly;
Tackling Stormont jams one at a time could clear road ahead
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
It's easy for naysayers to sit back and predict the collapse of the Assembly; it's harder to suggest practical steps to buttress the institutions, says Alex Kane Loyalist flag protest at... Read more
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Aljazeera
Northern Ireland: Old conflict, new toolsNorthern Ireland has long had warring factions of those who pledge loyalty to t
Northern Ireland: Old conflict, new tools
Aljazeera / Posted 25 days ago
Northern Ireland has long had warring factions of those who pledge loyalty to the crown of the United Kingdom - the mostly Protestant "loyalists" - and those who believe Northern Ireland's six counties should be reunited with the Republic of Ireland... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Taking responsibility key to tackling parades deadlock The anti-internment parade and loyalist counter-demonstration two years ago w
Taking responsibility key to tackling parades deadlock
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
The anti-internment parade and loyalist counter-demonstration two years ago were followed by days of rioting in Belfast I don't compare notes with Nelson McCausland before we write our columns... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
0range Order lambasts easyJet Twelfth apology to blogger Easyjet has apologised for promoting the Twelfth in its in-flight magazine af
0range Order lambasts easyJet Twelfth apology to blogger
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Easyjet has apologised for promoting the Twelfth in its in-flight magazine after a blogger from Northern Ireland complained The Orange Order has lambasted easyJet for "offending thousands" by... Read more
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Daily Mail
James Corden tells Demi Lovato he would sleep with Mark Ruffalo'I'd let him go to town on me': James Corden tells Demi Lovato he'd sleep with
James Corden tells Demi Lovato he would sleep with Mark Ruffalo
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
'I'd let him go to town on me': James Corden tells Demi Lovato he'd sleep with Incredible Hulk star Mark Ruffalo... as they team up to play Singing Telegrams He is a happily married father-of-two. But that did not stop James Corden telling Demi... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Easyjet apologises for promoting the Twelfth on flights Belfast's Orange Order annual 12th of July demonstration makes its way throug
Easyjet apologises for promoting the Twelfth on flights
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
Belfast's Orange Order annual 12th of July demonstration makes its way through the City Centre to the field at Malone House beside Shaws Bridge. The parade makes its way up the Lisburn Road... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Easyjet apologises for promoting the Twelfth on flights after complaint from blogger Belfast's Orange Order annual 12th of July demonstration makes its way throug
Easyjet apologises for promoting the Twelfth on flights after complaint from blogger
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
Belfast's Orange Order annual 12th of July demonstration makes its way through the City Centre to the field at Malone House beside Shaws Bridge. The parade makes... Read more
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Independent
EasyJet advises tourists to head to Orange Order parade despite violent clashes“Hundreds of colourful parades take place across Northern Ireland on 12 July ba
EasyJet advises tourists to head to Orange Order parade despite violent clashes
Independent / Posted 27 days ago
“Hundreds of colourful parades take place across Northern Ireland on 12 July bank holiday to commemorate the 1690 Battle of the Boyne,” observed the inflight easyJet Traveller magazine, amid other Belfast insider tips on finding “wine and nibbles”,... Read more
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The New Statesman
As Northern Ireland's flag debate rages on, could a new neutral design be the answer?Flags might just be mere strips of fabric but in Northern Ireland, there’s a wo
As Northern Ireland's flag debate rages on, could a new neutral design be the answer?
The New Statesman / Posted 27 days ago
Flags might just be mere strips of fabric but in Northern Ireland, there’s a world of meaning woven into every stitch. Flag debates have raged in the province since it was first created. Unionists favour the British Union Jack and splash its red,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Forget about your politics, Irish language belongs to us all Fluent: Former UVF chief Gusty Spence spoke the Irish language The Gaelic Le
Forget about your politics, Irish language belongs to us all
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Fluent: Former UVF chief Gusty Spence spoke the Irish language The Gaelic League - or Conradh na Gaeilge as it is now known - was founded as a language revivalist organisation in 1893 by... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Rows over flags, a UDR memorial and now prayers before meetings: Is this NI's most divided council? Members at a meeting of Causeway Coast and Glens Council A row over prayers
Rows over flags, a UDR memorial and now prayers before meetings: Is this NI's most divided council?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
Members at a meeting of Causeway Coast and Glens Council A row over prayers being said before council meetings is the third political controversy to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Old foes Smith and Walsh now share stage in bid to build bridges between communities Seanna Walsh and William ‘Plum’ Smith meet at the Lanark Way gates, off the S
Old foes Smith and Walsh now share stage in bid to build bridges between communities
Belfast Telegraph / Posted a month ago
Seanna Walsh and William ‘Plum’ Smith meet at the Lanark Way gates, off the Springfield Road in Belfast, yesterday They were once enemies in the 'war' years -... Read more

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