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Sadness at the absence of Republic’s athletes at Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games was a joy to behold. It is such a unique arrangement, and I’m proud to be part of its heritage and ongoing existence.

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Senator George Mitchell introduces the film 'Hear My Voice' at QFT, which will run again there from May 17, and is based upon Colin Davidson's Silent Testimony exhibition at the Ulster Museum, that ends on Sunday April 22.''Photo by William Cherry/Presseye

Troubles exhibition can move one to tears

I urge anyone who doubts the relevance of the Good Friday Agreement to go to Colin Davidson’s Silent Testimony exhibition at the Ulster Museum (until tomorrow, Sunday April 22).

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We need wholesale review of how our government works

Northern Ireland is facing two crises.

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A re-dedication ceremony last February in west Belfast's City Cemetery, after attacks upon graves in the Jewish section of the site. The new forum said it is emerging in response to 'negativity' aimed at religious groups

Abraham a father figure to us all

We are the Three Faiths Forum NI: comprised of Jews, Christians and Muslims.

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Harry does not consider himself a hero – but we do

I am asking people to support the online petition to have former Northern Ireland international Harry Gregg knighted.

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Yez wuz bate: we don’t need another EU referendum

The dictionary definition of a referendum is: “A general vote by the electorate on a single political question which has been referred to them for a direct decision.”

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Copies of the Belfast Agreement.

In 1998 politicians tried... but failed

Jim Allister of the TUV may be the only sane man left in Ulster with one or two others who can see the wood from the trees.

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Calling all devotees of Billy Graham

On February 21 famed evangelist Rev Dr Billy Graham passed away at the age of 99.

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People’s Vote is a vehicle for pro-EU fifth columnists

The launching of the People’s Vote campaign [a cross-party group demanding a public vote on the final Brexit deal] by Conservative MP Anna Soubrey and Labour MP Chuka Umunna sends another warped signal to Brussels that troublemakers in the UK will be willing allies of the EU in bashing the Government over Brexit.

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(back row left to right) Lord David Trimble, Sir Reg Empey, Lord Paul Murphy of Torfaen and (front row left to right) Seamus Mallon, former taoiseach Bertie Ahern, Senator George Mitchell and Gerry Adams, at an event to mark the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, at Queen's University in Belfast on  April 10

I held my dying comrade, but bore no ill will at release of killers

In the past few days Northern Ireland has witnessed a gathering of leaders.

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NI's seaside towns such as Portstewart, pictured above, have been beset by bad planning writes John Mulholland

Bad planning is a seaside scourge

I have just spent three nights on the Causeway coast, where when the children were young we spent our holidays.

Environment
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Challenge of ageing NI only just begun

Where do you start when describing health and social care here?

Health
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Thoughts on ‘mental reservation of Gerry Adams’

May I congratulate CDC Armstrong on his opinion piece (April 13) “New ‘Brownie’ claim adds to the Gerry Adams-IRA controversy”.

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More must be done for a secular state

Rev Dr Paul Ferguson mentions the “population of Protestants in the Irish Republic markedly declined since partition by over 70%” in his article of April 9 (‘Why Arlene Foster is right to consider emigrating if there is a united Ireland’).

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Sinn Fein have overplayed their hand in bid to fish for left wing votes and stave off attacks from the Godless far left

Sinn Fein are no longer a Catholic party

You may have heard of the Book, Sun Tzu’s - The Art of War, which was written over 2,500 years ago in China.

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Conflating the play park row and Irish language

In a week which saw a focus on peace and reconciliation, marking the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, I was disappointed to see this newspaper draw a direct comparison between the naming of a children’s play park after an IRA man and support for the Irish language.

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Ulster Rugby team, left, before a game at Kingspan stadium. The players are role models, writes Ken Smyth

I love Ulster Rugby and I am a season ticket holder but I love my daughters and partner more

I love rugby, I’ve played it and watched it since I’ve been 10 years old, some 40 plus years ago.

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