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Monday, 24 February 2014 12:01

Seasiders look forward to quarter finals

Bangor 0, Institute 1

THERE was no comfort for Bangor as the Seasiders fell to their first home defeat since the new artificial surface was inaugurated last October and indeed it was the first time Bangor had failed to record a victory in those five months.

A goal after just 10 minutes was enough to secure three valuable points for title-chasing Institute and, to add insult to injury, Bangor had two players sent off in the second half - forward Stephen O'Neill and defender Tommy Wray - as well as suffering injuries to a couple of attacking players - striker Ethan Boylan and winger Jordan Forsythe - in the first half.

Bangor are now back to two Saturdays of cup action.

This week (March 1) the seasiders are away to Qyeen's University in the quarter final of the Irish Cup at 3pm.

The following Saturday (8th) sees another away match, this time against Ballymoney in the quarter-final of the Intermediate Cup.

Published in Sport

A 'DEATHTRAP' junction on Bangor's busy ringroad is finally gearing up for the drive which will make it safer for the hundreds of schoolkids who use it every day.

Published in General News
Sunday, 23 February 2014 18:08

Colin bound for Brussels

THE culture and creativity of Northern Ireland will be ably represented in Europe this weekend by award winning writer Colin Bateman from Bangor.

Published in General News
Sunday, 23 February 2014 10:06

Give schools power 'back to the people'

CLOSED doors surrounding education chiefs must be smashed down and schools bodies placed back into publicly accountable hands.

Published in General News
Saturday, 22 February 2014 18:03

Airport threat to fireworks

A DISPUTE has taken off between Belfast City Airport and North Down Borough Council over Holywood's annual Halloween fireworks spectacular at shorefront Seapark.

Published in General News
Saturday, 22 February 2014 13:43

Sullivan one step away from Ravenhill

Sullivan Upper School's rugby team is only one step away from a dream Schools Cup final at the new look Ravenhill.

Published in Sport
Saturday, 22 February 2014 13:00

North Down the most expensive ‘des res’

ANYONE thinking of buying a house in North Down will need to have deep pockets - for it's the most expensive 'des res' in Northern Ireland.

Published in General News


THESE are the vulnerable young people and parents left devastated after education bosses banned them from meeting up.

Published in General News
Thursday, 20 February 2014 12:21

Bloomfield on the market?

RECEIVERS have taken over Bangor's Bloomfield shopping centre, having been appointed by Ulster Bank.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 08:13

SERC celebrates student excellence

SOUTH Eastern Regional College (SERC) celebrated the achievements of its best performing students of 2013 at its annual Student Excellence Awards Ceremony on January 23.

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