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Young People From PUL Communities Share Aspirations For Future At 4 Corners Festival Exhibit

A major immersive installation and exhibition showcasing the aspirations of children and young people from Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist (PUL) communities will take place at the iconic Telegraph Building from January 30 to February 2, as part of the range of events in the 4 Corners Festival. Organised by Northern Ireland Alternatives and Wonder Arts...

4 Corners Festival Bringing Communities Together Through Sports

Uniting children with a Game of 3 Halves  4 Corners Festival returns for its 11th annual instalment on January 27 for a 9-day event running until February 5, covering a variety of music, art, talks, sporting and religious-based events. This year’s theme, Dreams…Visions For Belfast is hoping to inspire individuals from all areas within the city...

Dublin Coffee Chain FUEL Invests £100k In South Belfast Café

FUEL Lisburn Road creates 8 jobs locally Dublin’s renowned coffee chain FUEL has opened its first Belfast branch on the Lisburn Road, in a £100,000 investment that is set to create at least eight new hospitality jobs, to begin with. Belfast born businessman David Beggs has two FUEL branches in Dublin in Rathmines and Clontarf but...

4 Corners Festival Announces This Year’s Programme

The annual 4 Corners Festival programme has been unveiled featuring a range of art, music, discussion, sport and faith-based events from January 29 to February 5 in venues across the city and streamed online across various platforms. The Festival, which announced its dates for 2023 earlier this month alongside this year’s theme, Dreams…Visions for Belfast...

AB&C Insurance Named As 2023 NI Motorcycle Plus Show Sponsor

The 2023 NI Motorcycle Plus Show, hosted by 360 Events, is proud to announce AB&C Insurance as the new headline sponsor for the upcoming February extravaganza. This is a first for the long established, family-owned, local company, as they put their support behind the return of the weekend show at the Eikon Centre on February...

Crusaders FC Disappointed As North Belfast Loses Out Again On Vital Regeneration Money

No levelling up for North Belfast community plans Crusaders Football Club has expressed disappointment after losing out on funding as part of the Government’s Levelling Up Fund, branding the Northern Ireland process as ‘flawed’. The North Belfast club entered a bid for the most recent round two of the government’s Levelling Up Fund with plans that...