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Co. Couture, a wee treat.

As you descend the old stone steps from Chichester Street into the tiny shop the hit of heady chocolate greets your senses.   Co. Couture chocolate shop is making a name for itself in on the Belfast food scene.  The Guild of Fine Food awarded their Irish Whisky Truffle the coveted …

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Malone settles old grudge against Harlequins.

Harlequins vs. Malone (15.03.14) Harlequins (Quins) and Malone face each other today in an old grudge match.  With Harlequins winning the coin toss, they kick off. An aggressive and fast paced series of plays were quickly undone by a steal and a kick from Malone.   The first five minutes built …

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Sport

Frampton pummels the weak Cazares as ticket prices soar ‘Higher and Higher’

Carl Frampton’s fight on Friday 4th April lasted four minutes and twenty two seconds. The clear mismatch, his ‘toughest fight to date’, was a sign of the ever more important role money plays in the world of boxing.  But for Connor Timmins, who was sitting beside me, the £60 ticket …

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Movies

Rush: A high-speed journey into the glory days of Formula One

Director: Ron Howard Writer: Peter Morgan Stars: Chris Helmsworth, Daniel Brühl, Olivia Wilde Formula One motor racing is safer than ever.  Crashes are rare and fatalities are almost non-existent.   The last driver to die in a Grand Prix was the irreplaceable Ayrton Senna, who sadly lost his life in Monaco …

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Sport

GIANTS TAKE CONTROL OF FINAL

The Belfast Giants will take a 5-2 lead into the second leg of the Challenge Cup final after a 5-2 win over the Nottingham Panthers on Friday night. In front of a packed Odyssey Arena home crowd, it was the Giants who stamped their mark on the game in the …

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Reviews and Events

Review- Give My Head Peace Live!

Local politicians beware! The Hole in the Wall Gang are back with their annual ‘Give My Head Peace Live’ tour for 2014. After another sell-out show in 2013, the gang hope for greater success this year with 11 live shows all over the country, from Belfast to Banbridge and this …

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Reviews and Events

The Grand National – 5th April 2014

The Grand National is a race that has not been without controversy with many expressing fears and anger about the danger to the horses and riders. I, too, am fearful but our £1 each way bets have been placed – one each for the four of us – myself, husband …

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Arts

Art Review: ‘I can say this with absolute certainty. I was there’

The collaboration of knives, forks and newspapers make for an interesting exhibition at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast, by artist Sue Morris and University of Ulster lecturers Greg McLaughlin and Steve Baker.  The exhibition centres around the idea of conflicting perceptions of historical events and the relationship between an …

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Sport

Proud Pollock continues winning streak at Titanic 10K

Paul Pollock dominated the road as the 8th Titanic Quarter 10K race got under way in Belfast on Sunday. Tipped to be the favourite, Annadale Strider Pollock was on form and did not disappoint as he joined over 1, 500 competitors in the event, sponsored by Athletics NI. Pollock started …

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Local

Ulster dreams crushed by Saracens

Ulster 15 Saracens 17 Ravenhill came alive for Ulster’s Heineken Cup quarter-final clash with Saracens. Ulster clearly fed off the crowd’s energy and started the match with a high intensity approach.  Unfortunately, they paid for their aggression after just 5 minutes when Jared Payne saw red for a collision with …

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