Brexit

  1. Speculation about 'no deal' Brexit damages Irish economy

    Speculation about 'no deal' Brexit damages Irish economy

    As representatives from Northern Ireland's four main pro-remain parties met Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings in Dublin yesterday, the draft agreement the Taoiseach had publicly supported seemed certain to be rejected by the Commons.

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Opinion

  1. Difficult days ahead for Theresa May

    After securing the backing of most of her cabinet for the draft Brexit deal on Wednesday night, Theresa May acknowledged there would be 'difficult days ahead.

  2. Sonny Knowles was an entertainment legend

    The tributes which poured in after the death yesterday of singer Sonny Knowles at the age of 86 demonstrated that he was one of the best loved figures in Irish entertainment.

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Life

  1. Fr Edward O'Donnell: Following love, not law, as a way of life

    Fr Edward O'Donnell: Following love, not law, as a way of life

    "One of the scribes came up to Jesus and put a question to him, 'Which is the first of all the commandments?'" - Mark 12:28 WHICH of us hasn't complained about the amount of red tape we have to cope with today? Filling in what use to be a simple form has become a mammoth task.

Arts

  1. Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

    Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

    Today An Orchestral Interpretation of Dr Dre's 2001 – The Limelight, Belfast Aslan – The Empire, Belfast Electric Octopus, Unbelievable Lake – The Menagerie, Belfast Twelve Step Program, Ethan Hanna, Psyphony etc – The Pavilion, Belfast Waldorf & Cannon, Badhands – Bennigans, Derry Rory Nellis – Koko, Portrush, 3pm Drew Hamill – Portstewart Arms, Portstewart, 6pm Tony Whitten – Babushka, Portrush, 6pm Runabay – The Anchor, Portstewart, 7.

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