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South Belfast netballers honoured

The year 2011 was a memorable one for the South Belfast pair of Oonagh McCullough and Fionnuala Toner and the Northern Ireland netball team, who reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the first time ever, in Singapore in July.

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Design for life

Wesley Farren is the principal architect at Bee Architecture in Ballynafeigh, a small practice which specialises in home design and work on listed buildings. He tells us how he wants to visit the other side of the world and his desire to knock down the newest addition to one of the local area’s most famous sites.

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Bradley plotting to Erne win on the road in Canavan’s Fermanagh managerial bow

THE New Year is a time that offers fresh hope and a fresh start. That is certainly the objective for Antrim football manager Liam Bradley who is hoping to begin the 2012 inter-county campaign with a bang when his Saffron squad travel to Enniskillen to face Fermanagh in the first of three Section A games in the Dr McKenna Cup.

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Attempted armed robbery spoils ‘convivial New Year’

AN attempted robbery in the early hours of the New Year spoiled what was an otherwise “convivial” atmosphere in the Ormeau area, a local community representative has said.

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Area ‘forgotten’ in Malone design guide

A South Belfast residents’ group has called on a major design guide for a local conservation area to be changed in order to include their community, which they claim has been “forgotten about”.

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Hopeful signs amidst the economic gloom

It’s not clear whether the old Chinese adage, ‘May you live in interesting times’, is a curse or a proverb but, either way, an interesting year lies ahead for Belfast. Readers can certainly expect to be buffeted by the headwinds of a turbulent economy over the next 12 months.

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