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  1. Westminster 2017: Fermanagh and South Tyrone

    Westminster 2017: Fermanagh and South Tyrone

    FIRST a few factoids about Fermanagh and South Tyrone: it is the most westerly constituency in UK; it was once represented by IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands; and it has a consistently high turnout, holding the record for a Westminster poll since 1951 when 93.

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  1. Action needed over bonfires

    Bonfires have always been a central part of the annual Twelfth of July celebrations, and as such are regarded in some quarters as an important element of unionist culture.

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  1. Look forward to: Arrested Development series five on Netflix

    Look forward to: Arrested Development series five on Netflix

    OK, SO series four wasn't exactly great – but that was because of scheduling difficulties which prevented the main cast from shooting together en masse (the reason for its not always rewarding focus on one character per episode), thus putting the kibosh on the kind of caustic multi-character back-and-forths which made the Bluth family TV comedy gold in the first place.

  2. Are you watching? Twin Peaks

    Are you watching? Twin Peaks

    IT'S happening again – Twin Peaks is back on our screens after 26 years, just one year later than the late lamented Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) promised us in that memorably bizarre 'final' episode back in 1991.

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