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Belfast Poised To Tackle City Of Culture 2013 Programme Head On

Belfast Poised To Tackle City Of Culture 2013 Programme Head On

Following the publication of an impressive schedule of events for the City of Culture year, Belfast based news & media outlets have unveiled their own ambitious plans for showcasing Derry-Londonderry in 2013. Reports suggest that UTV and the Belfast Telegraph (among others) are planning on panic reporting every innocuous negative news story west of the

Derry News Round Up…

The Richmond Centre has now been re-opened after this morning’s emergency evacuation. Customer levels at the centre remained totally unaffected during the 30 minute drill – with only minimal disruption reported to those cutting through on their way to Foyleside. Derry has been named 4th in the ‘Best in Travel 2013’ guide published The Lonely

Derry City FC News

Local shops are reporting dangerously low stocks of Lenor following Derry City FC’s monumental victory over Shelbourne to reach the FAI cup final. Washing machines across the town are said to be working hard to wash mildew and musty smells from vintage replica Derry shirts, as die-hard fans who haven’t been the Brandywell for years,

BREAKING : Gregory Campbell rushed to Hospital

Gregory Campbell has been rushed to Altnagelvin after busting several blood vessels in his temples upon hearing that the BBC were to start a new Saville Enquiry. “Relax Gregory!” we reassured him when he phoned Pure Derry to complain from A&E. “It’s about that celebrity fella, Jimmy Saville!”. “Oh right” he muttered. “That’s the lead

Local News Roundup

~ Nick Griffin has caused a storm with controversial comments on Twitter during his visit to Belfast. The BNP leader, famous for his extreme views on immigration to Britain, was visiting Ulster to support the Orange Order, an organisation famous for celebrating a successful immigration to Ireland. ~ Police are looking to speak to a