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Beyond green and orange in Northern Ireland

Once the fracking process has began, its effects on the environment and the population does not distinguish between communities or denominations.

That why is so important that in Northern Ireland… 235 more words


Frock around the Clock: Northern Ireland's Vintage Fair

While i am loving being home there is one aspect of Scotland that i have been severely missing, especially at this time as i am receiving so many Facebook notifications  – is the number of opportunities to go to vintage fairs. 536 more words

An Autumn Fair

Today marks the start of Autumn. It has arrived here with a bit of a drizzly start – bleugh! I had definitely got used to the dry, sunny, warm spell that we had been having. 679 more words

Family Life

UCAS September data: further analysis - capping matters

Further to this post, more analysis of the detailed data tables provided by UCAS as part of its 23 September publication here. While there is likely to be some further growth in absolute numbers over the next few weeks, UCAS is comparing the situation now with that at the same point last year, so the scope for any significant change  in the percentage  figures below is limited. 914 more words


Gel Print diptych 'Uniform' in Higher Bridges Gallery, Clinton Centre Enniskillen

a place to be placed

within a set of values and parameters

an algorithm for staying put

2014 Helen McNulty 67 more words

Paintings By Me

The Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast

One of my favourite buildings in Belfast is the Lanyon Building at Queen’s University. The building is named after its architect, Charles Lanyon, who put a massive stamp across the face of Belfast. 125 more words


Home nations

How do the different nations of the UK compare when it comes to housebuilding and the wider housing market?

An official report out this week reveals a fascinating snapshot of housing across the union that survived last week’s referendum. 86 more words