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Hold Your Head Up High

On April 15th, 1989, 96 Liverpool football fans were crushed to death against steel fencing around the pitch at Hillborough stadium in Sheffield. On Tuesday (April 26th), an inquest found the police “grossly negligent” and that the fans were “unlawfully killed”. 95 more words


Gumball 3000 rolling into Belfast.

Gumball 3000 the annual international motor rally, partaken by those with too much time and money on their hands, rolls into Belfast for a short time. 84 more words


Belfast & Northern Ireland-The unsung heroes of the UK

Endless greenery, plenty of castles, abundance of fresh produce, a simple coastline- Northern Ireland is very much United Kingdom, but with a difference! For starters, the accent is positively peculiar, distinct and simply musical to the ears! 746 more words


In The Cause Of Irish Freedom

A lily and written ‘salute’ have been added to the Fianna Éireann wall at the top of Berwick Road/Paráid An Ardghleanna for the centenary of the Easter Rising: “1916 – 2016 – We salute the memory of those who have given their lives in the cause of Irish freedom.” 55 more words


James Street South Cookery School

I was recently given a voucher for James Street South as a present and was pleased to see that it could be used against the restaurant’s… 531 more words

M is for Maud (and Rosie)

A couple weeks back, I watched the art documentary I Am Belfast. Though I’d never heard the term before, I understood after a few minutes of watching what makes an “art documentary” different from a regular documentary. 459 more words