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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 20 hours 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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Belleville Intelligencer
Aug. 27 Community ListingsYES, WE STILL HAVE GALLERY PAGES: Do you have an art show you'd like to publici
Aug. 27 Community Listings
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 2 days ago
YES, WE STILL HAVE GALLERY PAGES: Do you have an art show you'd like to publicize with a Gallery page? Please submit your galleries to dave.vachon@sunmedia.ca. Submit at least six photos of your art work (200 dpi) and a description of your show... Read more
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U TV
19 new listed buildings for BelfastThe Northern Ireland War Memorial Building on Waring Street and the modernist D
19 new listed buildings for Belfast
U TV / Posted 3 days ago
The Northern Ireland War Memorial Building on Waring Street and the modernist Danske Bank on Donegal Square West are among those newly protected. The Belfast Synagogue, the design of which influenced modern synagogues across the UK, has also been... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph building to be listed Environment minister Mark H Durkan outlined several buildings that are being
Belfast Telegraph building to be listed
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Environment minister Mark H Durkan outlined several buildings that are being granted listed status The Belfast Telegraph's closing city centre building is to be listed. The landmark premises in Royal Avenue... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Parade for Irish rebel Henry Joy McCracken passes off peacefully A republican parade to remember an 18th century revolutionary has passed off
Parade for Irish rebel Henry Joy McCracken passes off peacefully
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
A republican parade to remember an 18th century revolutionary has passed off peacefully, despite its route crossing paths with loyalist protesters. The event honoured United Irishmen... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Henry Joy McCracken parade passes off peacefully in Belfast Loyalist protesters at Clifton Street Orange Hall. Pic: Jonathan Porter/Press
Henry Joy McCracken parade passes off peacefully in Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Loyalist protesters at Clifton Street Orange Hall. Pic: Jonathan Porter/Press Eye.The Henry Joy McCracken parade passing Clifton Street Orange Hall as it makes its way from Ardoyne Avenue... Read more
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U TV
Henry Joy McCracken parade peaceful in BelfastHundreds of marchers with four bands took part in Sunday’s procession to rememb
Henry Joy McCracken parade peaceful in Belfast
U TV / Posted 5 days ago
Hundreds of marchers with four bands took part in Sunday’s procession to remember Henry Joy McCracken, who founded the United Irishmen in the 18th century. The annual parade, which in its fifth year, set off from Ardoyne Avenue, passing Clifton... Read more
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U TV
Traffic advice for Henry Joy McCracken paradeAround 700 marchers with four bands are expected to take part in the procession
Traffic advice for Henry Joy McCracken parade
U TV / Posted 5 days ago
Around 700 marchers with four bands are expected to take part in the procession to remember Henry Joy McCracken, who founded the United Irishmen in the 18th century. They are expected to set off from Ardoyne Avenue, passing Clifton Street Orange... Read more
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U TV
Traffic warning for Henry Joy McCracken paradeAround 700 marchers with four bands are expected to take part in the procession
Traffic warning for Henry Joy McCracken parade
U TV / Posted 5 days ago
Around 700 marchers with four bands are expected to take part in the procession to remember Henry Joy McCracken, who founded the United Irishmen in the 18th century. They are expected to set off from Ardoyne Avenue, passing Clifton Street Orange... 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 11 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
Union flag stolen from Orange Hall near Coleraine The flagpole that was broken at Ballinrees Orange Hall near Coleraine. Pic: S
Union flag stolen from Orange Hall near Coleraine
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
The flagpole that was broken at Ballinrees Orange Hall near Coleraine. Pic: Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia.The flag was stolen from Ballinrees Orange Hall near Coleraine on Friday. Pic: Steven... Read more
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U TV
Union flag stolen from Orange HallThe flag is believed to have been removed from the roof of Ballinrees Orange Ha
Union flag stolen from Orange Hall
U TV / Posted 12 days ago
The flag is believed to have been removed from the roof of Ballinrees Orange Hall on the Windyhill Road near Coleraine Co Antrim, during the early hours of Friday morning. The Orange Institution has condemned the theft and branded it a “hate... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bill Sevesi: Man of Steel enters NZ Music Hall of FameVeteran local musicians don't come much more seasoned than Bill Sevesi, the las
Bill Sevesi: Man of Steel enters NZ Music Hall of Fame
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Veteran local musicians don't come much more seasoned than Bill Sevesi, the lastest inductee into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame Dance band legend Bill Sevesi at his home in Mt Albert. (New Zealand Herald photograph by Dean Purcell) Sitting in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Villagers' vigil for bandsman Ray Laverty injured at march Seriously injured: Ray Laverty Hundreds of people have gathered in a Co Antr
Villagers' vigil for bandsman Ray Laverty injured at march
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Seriously injured: Ray Laverty Hundreds of people have gathered in a Co Antrim village for an emotional vigil to pray for a young father fighting for his life after suffering a serious head... Read more
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Anorak
Colin Wallace, Kincora, child murder and Sir Maurice Oldfield’s sick MI6Westminster paedophiles: The story of child abuse among the elite is taken up
Colin Wallace, Kincora, child murder and Sir Maurice Oldfield’s sick MI6
Anorak / Posted 1 months ago
Westminster paedophiles: The story of child abuse among the elite is taken up by the Times. “Child abuse cover-up at the heart of government,” says the headline. The story... Read more
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