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It can’t have escaped your attention that a blog dedicated to an English guy’s reflections on living in Belfast and Northern Ireland almost never talks about Belfast and Northern Ireland. 587 more words



Belfast sibling duo MMODE’s self-titled debut is a charmingly understated record and is a welcome ray of sunshine dropped during a particularly cold snap here in the UK. 129 more words

Album Reviews

The Poppy Trail

“This memorial is in honour of the men from our neighbourhood who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War. The handmade ceramic poppies were created by the GVRT Well Women’s Group.” 48 more words


willow walk fourth floor.

I live on the fourth floor of uni accommodation, a lovely post-grad complex called Willow Walk. I have big windows that let in lots of light and I have a beautiful view. 622 more words

Harry's Cushendall

I live in Cushendun at the weekends and always enjoy checking out the local food and drink offering in the Glens.

Last weekend we were invited to try Harry’s restaurant situated in Mill Street in the heart of Cushendall. 340 more words

Top 6 Signs Your Child Requires Private Tuition

Private tuition is as old and popular as education itself. Children these days have to maintain their grades, keep up with extracurricular activities, and also have to deal with the busy family schedule. 615 more words


Kieran Nugent

The first blanket man, Kieran Nugent (obituary at An Phoblacht), is back in the first spot of the Divis Street wall, where he has resided, with brief interruptions, since 2005. 108 more words