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  1. Dowds reflects on Antrim journey as Saffrons target senior survival

    Dowds reflects on Antrim journey as Saffrons target senior survival

    ANTRIM manager Elaine Dowds was in reflective mood following her side's defeat to Galway in their Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Championship clash in Dunloy at the weekend, looking back on the last two games that saw her charges face the All-Ireland champions of the past three seasons.

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  1. Offensive assertions

    Obviously stung by my criticism of another hypocritical Sinn Féin political stance, Jack Duffin – ‘Stones and glass house spring to mind’ (June 20) – defends Sinn Féin and instead falsely accuses me of political hypocrisy.

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  1. 70-year-old Cookstown bakery is bought over

    70-year-old Cookstown bakery is bought over

    BELFAST businessman Martin Booth has acquired one of the north’s longest established bakeries, the Corner Bakery in Cookstown, and says he has exciting plans for growth under his ownership.

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  1. Haunting terror of Altnaveigh Massacre lives on in infamy

    Haunting terror of Altnaveigh Massacre lives on in infamy

    IN the early hours of the morning of Saturday June 17 1922, a party numbering between 20 and 30 from the IRA's 4th Northern Division crossed the border from Ravensdale in Co Louth and raided a Protestant farming community in the small townlands of Altnaveigh and Lisdrumliska in south Armagh, approximately five miles from the border and one mile from Newry.

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