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  1. Belfast's Linen Quarter BID launches regeneration vision

    Belfast's Linen Quarter BID launches regeneration vision

    BELFAST'S Linen Quarter business improvement district (BID) has launched a regeneration vision for one of its most historic and beautiful areas, highlighting business and tourism opportunities for a cultural hub around the BBC, Ormeau Urban Greenway and Shaftesbury Square Tech Hub.

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  1. When politics fails, we must fall back on democracy

    SINCE both the British Labour and Conservative Parties are deeply divided internally on Brexit, it was rather optimistic to believe that the two parties might reach agreement on how parliament could find a way forward on the issue.

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Life

  1. Gardening: Innovative, eco-friendly and smart gardening products of the year

    Gardening: Innovative, eco-friendly and smart gardening products of the year

    Want a composter with a difference? Or a light that doubles as a Bluetooth speaker? Or even a pot or seed tray made from bamboo? These are just some of the finalists for the RHS Chelsea Product of the Year title which may take your fancy in the coming months, whether you're looking for the practical, the sustainable or the high tech.

Arts

  1. Irish fight flick Float Like a Butterfly struggles to soar

    Irish fight flick Float Like a Butterfly struggles to soar

    FLOAT Like A Butterfly's period-set mix of heartwrenching family drama, road-movie adventure, coming-of-age melodrama and fight flick pugilistics might favour sentimentality over subtlety while being overly seasoned with cliches and heavy-handed scoring, yet writer/director Carmel Winters's film manages to punch above its weight thanks to an affecting performance from lead actor Hazel Doupe.

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