Just asking…

AS Mick noted, flickr has some great pics on it, and as I was idly clicking ‘refresh’ on the home page to look for new pics, I spotted this one. Nothing unusual about posters advertising a Christmas pantomime, but they wouldn’t have allowed a few weeks ago.Not so long ago, there was an anti-fly postering drive and Belfast City Council covered over all the Opera House posters on the hoarding near it, but they’ve all been replaced with these new ones. Anyone know why there was such a change of heart?

I’m sure it’s probably something simple, but has anyone else actually tried to use the Council’s search engine? Maybe it’s just me, but it seems far from intuitive and isn’t exactly user friendly.

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