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Warming to OAPs’ themes

THE unprecedented heavy snowfall and freezing conditions of last Christmas left thousands of people stranded in their homes or without the basic amenities that we usually take for granted.

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Heavy metal mamma

Cathy Chambers is the co-owner of Ma Nelson’s bar on the Lisburn Road and also a co-owner of Grotten Alternative Lifestyle store on Little Victoria Street along with her husband Matt.

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The Bethlehem experience shines again at Kings Hall

Although when Christmas time rolls around our minds turn to presents, songs and time off work, one South Belfast church group are looking to make sure we don’t forget the true meaning of the period.

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Online sermons mounting

Jonathan Abernethy-Barkley is the Assistant Minister at the Fitzroy Presbyterian Church on University Street. A former Queen’s student, the South Belfast local writes and gives sermons for the church, which dates back to 1813, making it one of the oldest Presbyterian congregations in Ireland. Jonathan has also made his sermons, along with other speakers at the church, available to listen and download online.

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Help at the hour of greatest need

Anyone who has ever lost a loved one through illness knows just how traumatic the last months of a person’s life can be and how difficult it can be to deal with.

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Niamh would do anything for The Little Prince

One of the most famous fables in the history of theatre has made its way to South Belfast, where it will be performed over the festive period.

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