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Belfast Telegraph
Famine Song at Glasgow Orange march - can you help Scottish police identify these men?Scotland has appealed to the public to help identify a group of men after the a
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Scotland has appealed to the public to help identify a group of men after the anti-Irish 'Famine Song' was sung at an Orange Order march in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Meet new chief executive of DUP - party's enforcer who 'puts fear of God into MLAs'every political controversy going". He was a strong supporter of the Orangemen
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
every political controversy going". He was a strong supporter of the Orangemen at Drumcree, although he never joined the Orange Order. He led the college's debating team, which was runner-up in the Northern Ireland schools' debating... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Memorial for Irish famine victims to be built where Celtic was founded in Glasgowwhich has been coordinating the development of the famine memorial, has heard r
EveningTimes Online / Posted 26 days ago
which has been coordinating the development of the famine memorial, has heard representations from Ulster Scots groups, the Orange Order, the Irish Heritage Foundation and others. It was reported that the Rangers Supporters Assembly suggested it... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Memorial for Irish famine victims to be built where Celtic was founded in Glasgowwhich has been coordinating the development of the famine memorial, has heard r
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
which has been coordinating the development of the famine memorial, has heard representations from Ulster Scots groups, the Orange Order, the Irish Heritage Foundation and others. It was reported that the Rangers Supporters Assembly suggested it... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Judge handed references 'from both sides of community' for Orangeman John Aughey who drove into group at Belfast flashpointwould show Aughey as a "hard-working, decent non-sectarian man", Mr Berry said:
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
would show Aughey as a "hard-working, decent non-sectarian man", Mr Berry said: "Mr Aughey is a man who is a member of the Orange Order. He is a fairly visible and well-known prominent Orangeman, and in fact is proud of that - but like all... Read more

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