Thursday, June 13, 2002

A bit further from the current street action and the cost of the Holy Cross dispute becomes clear. Johnny Adair’s brother is jailed for riotous behaviour at the time. New Lord Mayor Maskey visits the Presbyterian church.

One Alliance counsellor pays the price for having street murals removed. Elsewhere famous Seamus Heaney warns of the disaffection and fury of the Protestant youth.

Meanwhile further afield, a rock star from the south is more concerned with development of Africa than the troubles in the north. Is the world just getting bored with us?

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