This week, 125 people gave their lives to Jesus…54 of those people came to Jesus all in one day! This month, we have had the incredible privilege to be working alongside of a church who passionately pursue the lost. 336 more words
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Disabled Students Allowance across the UK in 2013-14: spending remains lower in Scotland and Northern Ireland
Last month the SLC published the latest figures for all forms of student support spending in 2013-14 in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. The equivalent Scottish figures were published a month earlier. 380 more words
1638 – Birth of Narcissus Marsh, provost of Trinity College Dublin and founder of Marsh’s Library – the oldest public library in Ireland.
1645 – Edward Worcester, Earl of Glamorgan, aristocrat and inventor, is sent to Ireland to raise troops for the king; he makes two secret treaties with the confederates – one on the 25 August and the other on this date. 557 more words
Campaigners are “over the moon” following the overturning of the non-admissions policy at Dalriada Hospital, Ballycastle by the High Court. 341 more words