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BBC News

Northern Ireland falls silent for Armistice Day
BBC News
Events are being held across Northern Ireland on Sunday to mark the end of fighting in World War One. ... The event at Murlough Beach began at 08:30 while the event at Portstewart will start at 12:00 followed by the events at Downhill and Dunree at 14:00.
Acts of Remembrance across Northern Ireland for centenaryBT.com
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Belfast Live

Armistice Day project by Danny Boyle to take place on Northern Ireland beaches
Belfast Live
Murlough Beach in Co Down, Portstewart Strand and Downhill Beach in Co Derry and Port Ban Beach, Dunree, Co Donegal will join over 30 beaches across the UK and Ireland on Sunday 11 November for Pages of the Sea, Danny Boyle's commission for ...


Telegraph.co.uk

Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War
Telegraph.co.uk
On the opposite coast, Dr Elsie Inglis, an avowed suffragist and founder of the Scottish Women's Hospitals, appeared on West Sands, Fife. And in Redcar, North Yorkshire, it was Private Theophilus Jones who had his moment. During the war, Private Jones ...

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Belfast Newsletter

Remembrance Day 2018: Services and events in Northern Ireland
Belfast Newsletter
... including three in Northern Ireland. From 8:30am on Murlough Beach a portrait of John McCance from Dundrum will emerge on the sand before being washed away at 10:30am when the tide comes in. At Portstewart Strand from 12pm to 3:30pm visitors are ...

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Belfast Telegraph

10 things to do in Northern Ireland this week - November 12-18: from Mumford & Sons to Belfast Christmas market
Belfast Telegraph
... traditional to contemporary, from electric to acoustic, Atlantic Sessions has emerged as a permanent feature on the cultural calendar creating an energetic, vibrant atmosphere in the pubs, hotels, coffee shops and town halls across Portrush and ...


Belfast Telegraph

Great War art project uses Northern Ireland beaches as canvas
Belfast Telegraph
The project is being organised locally by the National Trust and the Nerve Centre. It will also includes Portstewart Strand at noon where actors dressed as WWI soldiers will walk through the Co Antrim town. Also taking part in the project will be Port ...


Scottish Daily Record

Scottish angler catches world's biggest ever skate fish and you won't believe how big it is
Scottish Daily Record
Hamish holds a special licence, issued by the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland, that allows him to fish specifically for Giant Common Skate. He moved to Portstewart, Northern Ireland, from Saltcoats ...
Biggest skate fish ever caught in the world has been snared off Britain – an eight foot whopper weighing 300lbSWNS

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Belfast Telegraph

Murderer Fred McClenaghan who shot dead ex-girlfriend in laundrette dies
Belfast Telegraph
Ronnie Armour, Director General of the Prison Service, said: "On behalf of the Northern Ireland Prison Service I would like to extend my sympathy to the family of the prisoner." It is understood McClenaghan died from natural causes after falling ill at ...
Murderer Fred McClenaghan dies in hospitalBBC News
Marion Millican killer has died a year into life sentenceBelfast Live

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Golf365 review: Royal Portrush and so much more in Northern Ireland
Golf365.com
Golf365's Andrew Swires was invited to take on the Royal Portrush course that will play host to The Open in 2019 – and also got to sample some more of Northern Ireland's golfing gems. There can be no doubt that the R&A have made a very sound decision ...

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