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Home is where I can play guitar or write songs'
Famous for the songs she has written for stars like Faith Hill and Willie Nelson, Beth Nielsen Chapman is now reclaiming her old lyrics with a new album and a tour which will see her play Belfast's Grand Opera House.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Marching season offenders warned of 'stiffer sentences'
A leading Belfast judge has warned that the courts will hand out "stiffer custodial sentences'' if there is further public disorder during this summer's marching season.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Sleeping Beauty visits young patients
The young patients at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children had a special visit from Sleeping Beauty on Tuesday.
Lottery funding boost for community organisations
Charities and community groups in the Newtownabbey area have been awarded funding from the Big Lottery Fund's Awards for All programme.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Sinn Fein to the fore for the photo, to the rear of the movement
Sinn FA©in, with the shamelessness we've become accustomed to from Establishment politicians, were to the fore in today's 'LA Dearg' parade in Belfast with Iontaobhas ULTACH, Altram and POBAL, who were campaigning for an end to the axing of their funding.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
South Yorkshire Times
Robin Hood Airport launches flights to Belfast
Chris Harcombe head of aviation development at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield with Roger Hage , LinksAir commercial manager.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Sinn Fein Lord Mayor to also meet Queen
MA irtA n A' Muilleoir, pictured, is to travel to London to join Dublin's Lord Mayor at a reception hosted by Her Royal Highness and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
NI shopping centres go on market
Some of Northern Ireland's best known shopping centres are reportedly for sale in a deal that could be worth up to A 750m.
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Judith Ann (Jackson) Fletcher
Judith Ann Fletcher, 72, of China, passed away peacefully on April 7 with her family and friends by her side.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Staff report problems getting resuscitation trolley to patients amid hospital overcrowding
Staff had problems getting a resuscitation trolley to patients at a major emergency department because of overcrowding, a regulator has revealed.
Time to break 'stranglehold' University of Ulster has on Derry
Fifteen hundred years ago, Derry was a world leader in education. Our city's founder, Colmcille, was, perhaps, the most influential teacher of his age.
Cruise Report: Forget the Med and go British island hopping instead
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Video: Epic road trip for NI Hospice campaign
Carnmoney men Ivan Kennedy and Stephen Mitchell are gearing up for an epic 3,500-mile road trip in support of the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Allister to stand in Euro election
Speaking at a TUV delegates conference in Belfast, he said: "Providing the electorate with the opportunity to better their representation in Brussels - when last, apart from at election time, has the public even heard of the three sitting MEPs - and the opportunity to give their verdict on the dismal, pitiful performance of Stormont."
Call for extension of bus service into Glenvarna estate
North Belfast DUP representatives Paula Bradley MLA and Councillor Phillip Brett have backed calls by Glengormley residents for the extension of a bus service through the Glenvarna estate.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Probation for man who attacked parents
A 20-year old man who attacked his mother and father in the bedroom of their Co Antrim home was yesterday placed on two years' probation.
The Irish World Newspaper
Belsonic announces first acts
They are Queens of the Stone Age, Example, Biffy Clyro, Imagine Dragons and Kodaline, with special guest Tom Odell.
'This is a long way from being a done deal'
A Glengormley councillor has claimed that there is no need to build a huge waste incinerator at Hightown, as a viable alternative has already been granted planning permission.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Belfast and Around on the Fly
Often overshadowed by its dark past, Belfast is slowly, but confidently escaping its bloody reputation as western Europe's darkest travel destination.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Community pioneer Noelle Ryan dies
Ms Ryan, a former nun originally from Dublin, came to Belfast in 1972 after spending six years as a member of an enclosed order.