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Marie Louise McConville

THERE were calls last night for a "sick" anti-refugee demonstration through Belfast next weekend to be called off amid fears it could spark violence scenes on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. The PSNI were last night also called upon to "scrutinise" comments made by organisers of the event, The Protestant Coalition who have referred to refugees as "terrorists".


Sinead O'Connor receiving treatment

Sinead O'Connor receiving treatment
Sinead O'Connor is reportedly receiving medical treatment after posting a disturbing message online claiming she had taken an 'overdose'.


  • Ice on roads forecast for tonight with salting taking place
    Icy conditions forecast tonight. Salting is currently underway on all main through routes. — Trafficwatch NI (@TrafficwatchNI) November 29, 2015
  • Strule River in Omagh is being searched after reports of man on bridge
    A major search operation is underway in Co Tyrone after a motorist passing the Strule River reported seeing a man on bridge railings. Read the full articl...
  • Woman found unconscious on Co Down road
    A woman in her 50s is seriously ill after being found lying unconscious on a rural road in Ardgass in early hours of this morning Read the full story here...
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    Victory celebrations for @RockcorryGAA after winning Ulster JFC title #TheToughest
  • Diego Costa throwing his bib at Mourinho 😂
  • Tonight's world heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko has had an eventful build-up...
  • Planned operations are cancelled at Belfast children's hospital
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    Very famous visitor at the causeway stones today with Visitor Experience ranger John... #RoryMcIlroy #golf

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Crossmaglen stalwart David McKenna doing it for the kids

Crossmaglen stalwart David McKenna doing it for the kids

GAA Football
CROSSMAGLEN midfielder David McKenna admitted that he thought his Ulster Championship was over when Scotstown’s Rory Beggan had a late chance to win the game, but insisted it was the young players in the squad that drove is side to victory.
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