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  1. Dangerous bonfires must be kept away from property

    Given the near disaster caused by an Eleventh Night bonfire off Sandy Row in south Belfast, common sense would suggest that the best way to avoid a similar situation next year would be to move the pyre to another location.

  2. Jimmy Magee's rich legacy

    Ireland has been blessed with many outstanding broadcasters but, in sporting terms, Jimmy Magee, who died yesterday at the age of 82, was in a league all of his own.

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  1. 500 years on, does the Reformation still matter?

    500 years on, does the Reformation still matter?

    OCTOBER 31 marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his famous Ninety-five Theses on the door of All Saints' Church in Wittenberg, an act which is widely regarded as triggering the start of the Reformation.

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  1. Dancers Claire Cunningham and Helen Hall headline Bounce! disability arts festival

    Dancers Claire Cunningham and Helen Hall headline Bounce! disability arts festival

    THE Big Bouncy Hummm of Harmony gets Northern Ireland's annual disability and arts festival Bounce! under way in the grounds of Belfast City Hall next Wednesday, with three choirs – the Open Arts Community Choir, the Alzheimer's Society's Singing for the Brain and Sing for Life from Cancer Focus and the Crescent Arts Centre – joining together in song.

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