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Canada Post delivers cremated remains to widow, but box was damaged

Canada Post delivered the cremated remains of a Montreal man to his widow on Tuesday, more than two weeks after the ashes were supposed to be shipped to Northern Ireland. 343 more words

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Shamrocker All Ireland Rocker Day 2: Dunluce Castle

After wearing ourselves out wandering around Giant’s Causeway, our guide Dave and driver Fred took us on one last adventure before we headed to our stop for the night in Derry. 1,089 more words

Letters Of Wanderlust

A Sermon Worth Hearing, Worth Going to Prison for Preaching

James McConnell led Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle Belfast for 57 years. At age 78 he was facing six months in prison for a sermon he preached. But the prosecution’s primary witness is the one who should have been prosecuted instead. 18 more words


GREBEs Associated Partner, the Irish Bioenergy Association holds its’ National Bioenergy Conference.

Eamonn Confrey (Principal Officer Decarbonisation, DCENR), Cara Augustenborg (Friends of the Earth), Fred Tottenham (outgoing IrBEA President), Eamonn McGrath (Gaelectric, conference sponsor) and Michael Doran (incoming IrBEA President) 224 more words

Pancake Day Crepes..

Just thought I’d share this super, never fail recipe for crepes. We normally prefer the little fluffy pancakes (that I’ve shared before) but Mr M requested ‘skinny ones’ for Pancake Tuesday, so here they are. 108 more words


Northern Irish Pastor Faced 6 Months in Jail for Preaching This

On May 18, 2014 Belfast Pastor James McConnell could not have known that the sermon he preached, “There is but One God,” would lead to his prosecution on two counts for violating Northern Ireland’s Communications Act of 2003. 103 more words