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  1. Being underdogs suits Longford says Mickey Quinn

    Being underdogs suits Longford says Mickey Quinn

    MICKEY Quinn admits “the big team” will win 99 per cent of games against lower-level opposition in the championship – but that Longford’s “one-in, all-in” approach to the qualifiers is what has seen them take scalps in the past.

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  1. Adams's recent epiphany on border poll has to be welcomed

    The 1920 Government of Ireland Act was an unworkable compromise which forced on the North of Ireland a parliament it did not want, provided for a Council of Ireland which never functioned, and looked hopelessly to Ireland’s two parliaments eventually agreeing to yield their powers to a single body.

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  1. May McFettridge on song for opera debut in Die Fledermaus

    May McFettridge on song for opera debut in Die Fledermaus

    WHEN word got out that May McFettridge was making her opera debut in Belfast, it took something of a leap of faith to imagine Belfast's outrageous panto dame shattering windows with a secretive high 'C' plucked from a hitherto unknown coloratura range.

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