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Changing Hands

An ad for an “All Day Loyalist Party” on the 11th of July is pasted on top of an anti-drugs board showing two pairs of hands making a drug deal.  54 more words


Operation Motorman

Operation Motorman was a military operation carried out by the British Army in Northern Ireland. It took place on the morning of the 31st July 1972 and involved the use of Centurion AVRE tanks to break down barricades erected in Belfast and Derry. 344 more words



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An Endorsement for The Garrick Bar

There are a lot of pubs in Belfast, but I really like The Garrick Bar on Chichester Street. I went there with some friends for the first time during the World Cup, but the place was so packed and hot, so we had to leave. 120 more words


Belfast Fashion Week Launch AW14

Belfast Fashion Week returns for yet another stylish year showcasing the hottest Autumn/Winter trends. Now a regular on the style schedule, West Coast Cooler FASHIONWEEK continued its ten year celebrations with the launch party on Thursday 21st August 2014. 159 more words


Hard Hats Must Be Worn

Below the “peace” line, a confederate flag flies alongside the union jack over a new board in Cluan Place reading “Unbowed, Unbroken” and “east Belfast UVF” graffiti. 31 more words


Congratulations to #StGeorgesMarket - winning the National Lottery Awards!

Remember a while ago we were asking you all to vote for our gorgeous St George’s Market in the ‪#‎NLAwards‬? Well, we’ve only gone and won! 114 more words