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  1. Dunbia in £1m emissions investment

    Dunbia in £1m emissions investment

    DUNBIA, the UK division of Dawn Meats Group, is investing an initial £1 million in a new multi-year full supply chain project to measure the carbon footprint of 500 farms, working with suppliers to reduce emissions and improve emissions accounting.

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  1. Brian Feeney: Attacking Sinn Féin has got the SDLP nowhere

    Brian Feeney: Attacking Sinn Féin has got the SDLP nowhere

    SPEAKING in a panel discussion at the weekend, SDLP leader Colum Eastwood said it would be difficult to persuade a lot of unionist people, “who had serious hurt and pain because of what the IRA did”, to vote for a united Ireland. Well, that seems pretty obvious.

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New to stream: Last Night in Soho and The Woman in The House Across The Street From The Girl in The Window

New to stream: Last Night in Soho and The Woman in The House Across The Street From The Girl in The Window

LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (Cert 18, 119 mins, Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd, Horror/Thriller/Romance, available now via Premium Video On Demand rental, available to rent from January 31 on BT TV Store/iTunes/Prime Video/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services, also available from January 31 on DVD £19.

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  1. Bloody Sunday drama brought to life in Guildhall on 50th anniversary

    Bloody Sunday drama brought to life in Guildhall on 50th anniversary

    EXACTLY 50 years on from the darkest day in Derry's history, the city's Guildhall will be host to a new drama inspired by the enduring image of Fr Edward Daly waving a blood-soaked handkerchief as he led a group of people carrying one of Bloody Sunday's victims - 17-year-old Jackie Duddy -from the scene of the shooting.

  2. Northern Ireland established in 1921 as 'a cold house for Catholics'

    Northern Ireland established in 1921 as 'a cold house for Catholics'

    KATE Hoey's recent comments, including the controversial view "that many professional vocations have become dominated by those of a nationalist persuasion", have attracted widespread criticism, particularly by those who welcome the fact that discrimination against nationalists in Northern Ireland is no longer open and prevalent.

  3. Edy Fung: God is in the details - still

    Edy Fung: God is in the details - still

    WHEN does conceptual art crackle and when does it remain a clever doodle on the back of the envelope? This thought came to mind after viewing Edy Fung's intriguing, philosophical show at The Golden Thread Gallery.

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