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  1. Union could benefit from big ice at Friendship FourRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Gazette

    Olympic-sized rink in Belfast, Northern Ireland, should give the Dutchmen skaters more room to maneuver

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  2. May heads to Brussels under pressure to rewrite Brexit dealRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Haringey Independent

    Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday to meet the European Union's top official under pressure from Tory Brexiteers to secure further concessions. The Prime Minister will meet European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker for talks ahead of the special EU Brexit summit on Sunday.

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  3. Theresa May is in there, in the general jostling for last minute gainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Slugger O'Toole

    What a mad rush to the tape it's turning out to be! T heresa May will be in Brussels today ahead of Sunday's summit to squeeze the last scrap of advantage out of the withdrawal agreement as they all look ahead to the future. The EU states on the other hand are equally determined that as the price of leaving, Britain will be denied advantages she enjoys now.

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  4. It's now or never to remove May, Jacob Rees-Mogg tells ToriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brentwoodweeklynews.co.uk

    The Conservatives will be stuck with Theresa May as leader for the next general election unless they move to get rid of her now, Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned. Amid signs the attempt by Brexiteers to force a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister has stalled, Mr Rees-Mogg acknowledged they were struggling to get the support they needed.

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  5. UWM 92, LIU-Brooklyn 87 (OT): Panthers prevail Darius Roy scores 27...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Door Reminder

    ... of Fame Belfast Classic. UWM will next host Albany on Friday before playing a pair next week in Belfast, Northern Ireland. "What we tell our guys all the time is, 'The most important game is the one in front of you.' This game was the one in front ...

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  6. Gillen review: Public should be barred from serious sex trialsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Fermanagh Today

    The public should be excluded from serious sex trials as part of a radical overhaul in Northern Ireland, a retired senior judge proposed. Sir John Gillen is leading an independent review following the acquittal of two Irish rugby internationals of rape charges in Belfast earlier this year.

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  7. Wellington makes top 10 list of best cities for digital nomadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.

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  8. Donegal Square and Red Stag Pub Bring A Touch of Ireland in The Christmas CityRead the original story

    Tuesday | PRWeb

    "Family traditions and heritage helps create a welcoming atmosphere for shoppers and tourists from around the world," said Neville Gardner Neville Gardner, owner of Donegal Square and McCarthy's Red Stag Pub, brings a multitude of Irish traditions, culture, and products to one of Travel and Leisure's Top Holiday Destinations, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Neville Gardner grew up in Northern Ireland, in the village of Lambeg in County Antrim where the influence of both Irish and Scottish cultures, cuisine and humor were fairly equal, it's appropriate that his pub and restaurant would reflect this upbringing and background.

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  9. Jamie Dornan: Drunken fans at home in Northern Ireland can be a bit 'hands on'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Salisbury Journal

    Jamie Dornan has said he gets recognised in Belfast more than anywhere else and avoids certain areas of the city because his drunken fans can be "a bit hands on". Dornan, 36, stars alongside Matthew Rhys and Ann Skelly in Death And Nightingales, the BBC's adaptation of Eugene McCabe's modern Irish classic novel.

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  10. Belfast seeks its next poet laureateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Harbor Times Soup

    The City of Belfast, as it does every two years, is searching for a local poet to serve as Belfast's Poet Laureate. The successful applicant will be Belfast's 10th Poet Laureate; it has been an official city designation since 2007, when then mayor/now-Councilor Mike Hurley created the position.

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  11. Retired judge warns public could be excluded from serious sex trialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Brentwoodweeklynews.co.uk

    The public should be excluded from serious sex trials as part of a radical overhaul in Northern Ireland, a retired senior judge proposed. Sir John Gillen is leading an independent review following the acquittal of two Irish rugby internationals of rape charges in Belfast earlier this year.

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  12. Jamie Dornan says fans at home can be 'a bit hands on'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | RTE.ie

    Jamie Dornan has said that he avoids certain places in his native Belfast as he gets recognised there frequently and his fans can sometimes be "a bit hands on". The star of the hugely successful Fifty Shades of Grey franchise and BBC psychological thriller The Fall says that although he loves going out in the Northern Irish capital city, he doesn't always appreciate the attention he gets.

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  13. School students protest against PM's Brexit dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Salisbury Journal

    More than 200 students from four schools in Belfast have walked out in a protest over the Prime Minister's Brexit deal. Pupils from schools including Lagan College, Wellington College, Methody College and Our Lady and St Patrick's College Knock took part in the demonstration on Monday.

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  14. Sinn Fein issues call over legacy inquest fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Hampshire Chronicle

    Sinn Fein has voiced concern that the Government is withholding legacy inquest funding in Northern Ireland as a way of punishing the party for the Stormont deadlock. Party president Mary Lou McDonald said the money must also not be used to "entice" parties back to the negotiating table.

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  15. Bradley warns no-deal Brexit will mean WTO customs checks in IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 19 | Brentwoodweeklynews.co.uk

    Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has made clear a no-deal Brexit will deliver customs and regulatory checks on the island of Ireland. She stressed that, while the UK Government is committed to working to avoid a hard border, World Trade Organisation rules are "very clear" and checks would need to be carried out on consignments passing between two customs territories on a contemporaneous basis.

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  16. Mundell: Brexit deal is better than no dealRead the original story

    Monday Nov 19 | Borders Today

    Despite vowing to quit his job as Scottish Secretary if Northern Ireland was granted any special deal over Brexit in October, David Mundell is defiantly staying in place and is planning on supporting the draft EU withdrawal agreement which does exactly that. He is doing so, he says, because he believes that to do anything else would bring about a no-deal Brexit, which he says would be "catastrophic for Scotland".

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  17. Alex Kane: What unionism needs now is clarity and cool-headed thinkingRead the original story

    Monday Nov 19 | Fermanagh Today

    This is not November 1985. Everything has changed since then. Changed utterly. All of unionism, across every class, background and political party opposed the Anglo-Irish Agreement.

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  18. Withdrawal deal is a decisive step forward, insists NI SecretaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | BreakingNews.ie

    As the British Prime Minister continues to be criticised over the draft accord, Karen Bradley insisted it will help deliver a Brexit deal that works for the businesses and people of Northern Ireland. Mrs Bradley made the comments during an address to business leaders in Belfast on the 20th anniversary of the Northern Ireland Act, which brought a powersharing government to Stormont.

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  19. Northern Ireland Open: O'Sullivan and Trump level after first session of finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | BBC News

    Ronnie O'Sullivan and Judd Trump are level at 4-4 after a high-quality opening session of the Northern Ireland final in Belfast. Trump, 29, scored three centuries on his way to a 4-3 lead but O'Sullivan snatched the eighth frame on the black.

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  20. Hearn: Wilder-Fury Will Be Terrible; Fury Will Get Knocked OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Boxing Scene

    ... Italy's Francesco Pianeta (35-5-1, 21 KOs) and won a 10-round unanimous decision August 18 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Fury relinquished the IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles two years ago without giving Klitschko the immediate rematch he ...

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