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To spend millions more on murder of Pat Finucane would be insult to many other victims who have had little attention

https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/opinion/columnists/ruth-dudley-edwards-spend-millions-more-murder-pat-finucane-would-be-insult-many-other-victims-who-have-had-little-attention-3053592   I’m very relieved that Secretary of State Brandon Lewis did not cave into the pressure from politicians at home and abroad by setting up a public inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane. Pat Finucane in late 1988 at a shoot to kill inquest of IRA men. months before he was shot dead …

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Wullie Drennan In Lockdown 2020. Official Press Release.

http://www.theulsterfolk.com/2020/11/wullie-drennan-in-lockdown-2020.html Wullie Drennan In Lockdown 2020. Official Press Release.   Wee Book/ Big CD Booklet with 24 track CD disc included. It’s always as much about the story as it is about the music. Why Press Release? Up to March 2020 I regularly sold CD’s, books and DVD’s at live concerts. All live concerts have …

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Lest we forget

This morning some members of Dalaradia paid our respects to our fallen friends and comrades at a time of reflection on Remembrance Sunday. The service was located at Dr Ian Adamsons lampost Dalaradia installed a few months ago. Ian spearheaded the Somme memorials to the 10th, 16th and 36th Divisions, being Vice Chair of the …

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Rathcoole Row on Row closing ceremony

Folks on behalf of RATH. Community Group/Dalaradia can we say a huge thank you to everyone who attended the closing of Rathcoole Row on Row today. One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals. When we pool our strength …

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We remember

This morning some members of Dalaradia visited graves of our former friends and comrades at a time of reflection in the run up to Remembrance Sunday. When we come together to reflect, let’s remember our duty to educate future generations of our forebears’ sacrifices. Honour – Service – Sacrifice N.Williamson L.Orr S.Wasson N.Anderson and our …

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Rathcoole Primary School

Dalaradia/RATH. Community Group members had the pleasure of hosting some pupils of Rathcoole Primary School & Nursery Unit at Rathcoole Row on Row this morning. Some children in attendance brought along some beautiful hand painted remembrance rocks they had created in school to lay alongside the poppy crosses. The children’s teacher Mrs Regan shared to …

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World War fallen remembered in Rathcoole

https://www.newtownabbeytoday.co.uk/news/people/world-war-fallen-remembered-rathcoole-3022205?fbclid=IwAR3Z7RaUPdQ5g_K_d0CynM2xZMsSyfhGP69VE2NzgwpRHZjg3bAngb_RImk Rathcoole residents are being encouraged to pay their respects to those who perished during the World Wars at a new memorial project in the estate. The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Cllr Jim Montgomery, attended the service in Rathcoole alongside party colleague, Cllr Robert Foster. Rathcoole ‘Row on Row’ is a community project currently …

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Rathcoole Row on Row opening

Folks on behalf of Dalaradia and the RATH. Community Group can we say a huge thank you to everyone who attended the opening of Rathcoole Row on Row today. The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. A special thank you to: Whiteabbey Royal British Legion Rathcoole …

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Row on Row

Dalaradia in conjunction with the RATH. Community Group have organised a community project entitled Rathcoole Row on Row to recognise those men and women who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. During these testing times the Royal British Legion is calling on members of the public to assist their campaigns as the pandemic forces many …

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Broadcasters have a duty to reflect that our history is complicated… Unquiet Graves didn’t do that

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/comment/broadcasters-have-a-duty-to-reflect-that-our-history-is-complicated-unquiet-graves-didnt-do-that-39661398.html Broadcasters have a duty to reflect that our history is complicated… Unquiet Graves didn’t do that Trevor Ringland RTE documentary Unquiet Graves gave a one-sided account of the past “President Michael D Higgins suggests the British need to apologise for their past behaviour in Ireland. A better proposal would be for both governments to …

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