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1 hr ago | Ballycastle Today
Tomorrow is The Twelfth of July, and Portadown District No 1 will - like the other 10 Districts in County Armagh - be converging on the town of Markethill for the only one of the main demonstrations in Northern Ireland to be contained within a geographic county.
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5 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
9 hrs ago | The Independent
Eight people have also been arrested for public order offences as the annual celebrations, which often lead to sectarian clashes, begin Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
9 hrs ago | Belfast Today
The Loyal Orders and Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland will staunchly resist any attempts by the Scottish National Party to take Scotland out of the United Kingdom.
Thousands of Orangemen from across Londonderry will gather in Limavady for the Twelfth on Saturday and resolve to support the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland in its unionist campaign against Scottish independence.
A Lurgan man has been told the next time he is in court for 'thieving' he would be going to jail.
A murder victim found dumped in a wheelie bin in Craigavon was showered after being subjected to a violent assault, the High Court has heard.
The Survivalist is being shot at Leslie Hill Farm which has become a popular location for film makers largely due to the influence of John Leslie whose own company 'Wee Buns' has been behind a number of successful films including the award-winning 'Cup Cake'.
DUP councillor, John Finlay, has urged unionist and orange leaders to ensure that the villages of Rasharkin and Dunloy are included in any overall strategy being developed in relation to the parading issue.
Carnage Magaluf boss Paul Smith blames video shame girl and her parents, refuses to apologise and says he would let his own daughter join a booze marathon DEFENCE: A dejected Paul Smith facing the media at the press conference he called in his Magalluf Rocks bar today The man behind the pub crawl on which an 18-year-old British girl was seen ... (more)
Unionist and loyalist leaders have called for the government to set up a commission of inquiry to review a disputed Twelfth parade in north Belfast.
The Government and town hall leaders insisted yesterday's action had only been backed by a small minority of activists Further strikes are planned by union leaders in the autumn after a co-ordinated day of industrial action over pay, pensions and cuts to services supported by hundreds of thousands of public sector workers.
Protestant hardliners have been piling crates to heights of more than 80 feet in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to create massive flammable structures in a centuries-old religious celebration.
Ireland's biggest community festival was launched on Thursday as west Belfast gets ready for FA©ile an Phobail 2014.
Authorities on Majorca are cracking down on pub crawls on the island after last week's incident in which an 18-year-old from Northern Ireland was seen performing sex acts on more than 20 men in public.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:12 pm
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