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Archive | November, 2011

‘Bias’ towards affluent areas queried by community worker

A South Belfast community worker has accused authorities of being “biased towards more affluent areas” after another local community was awarded an alleygating scheme ahead of his.

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Fall in jobseekers but not all good news

DOLE queues in South Belfast have shrunk faster in recent months than any other part of the city, new statistics have shown.

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Linfield leave Donegal Celtic feeling blue

Linfield fired five goals past Donegal Celtic for the second time this season as they eased to a 5-1 away win at Suffolk Road.

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Champions of the city honoured at Aislings

The Belfast media group’s glittering community Oscars ceremony has once again proved a huge success as it honoured the champions of our city.

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Decision ‘sets dangerous precedent’

THE decision to demolish a historical city centre building could set a “dangerous precedent” for South Belfast’s unique architectural heritage, it has been claimed.

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Council hears of local concerns over planned nightclub for under 18s

RESIDENTS living off the Dublin Road have expressed concern over plans for a new under-18’s “nightclub” which, they fear, could lead to rising noise and anti-social behaviour. A licence is currently being sought from Belfast City Council for the club, called ‘The Factory’ above the former Burger King restaurant on the junction of the Dublin […]

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