Belfast

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capital and largest city of Northern Ireland

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Higgins, known as the Hurricane by his legion of fans, died of throat cancer in his home city of Belfast aged 61 on Saturday after fighting the disease for more than a decade.
The world champion in 1972 and 1982 died on Saturday in his home city of Belfast aged 61, after a long battle with throat cancer.
He died on Saturday of throat cancer in his home city of Belfast, aged 61.
Higgins - world champion in 1972 and 1982 - died on Saturday after a long battle with throat cancer in his home city of Belfast, aged 61.
The show - titled George Best The Musical - will be staged at the Grand Opera House in his home city of Belfast next year.
He said: ``There are far too many knifing incidents in not just the city of Belfast but the length and breadth of Northern Ireland.
Additionally, the letter asked regional transit authority Translink to study the potential impact of building rail systems to both airports in the city of Belfast.
My native city of Belfast was being bombed into some form of submission and I.
The City of Belfast paid tribute yesterday to the man who designed its most famous ship - the Titanic.
I will bury the dark city of Belfast forever under snow: inches, feet, yards, chains, miles.
It will not be targeting smaller towns, instead concentrating on opportunities in the city of Belfast and larger northern Irish towns.
Cash & Carry Ltd - Castell Howell Foods Ltd - City Of Belfast Warehousing Ltd - Clyde Importers Ltd - Coblands Cash & Carry Ltd - Costco Wholesale UK Ltd - Decco Ltd - Dhamecha Foods Ltd - Drinks Direct (Cash & Carry) Ltd - East End Foods PLC - Elbrook (Cash & Carry) Ltd - Everest Cash & Carry Co.
He added: "It sends a very strong message the city of Belfast is open and welcoming to people from the LGBT community.
WE have teamed up with Stena Line to give the chance for TWO lucky families to win a great day trip to the vibrant city of Belfast.
Arlene Foster, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Investment of NI Government, and Lord Mayor of city of Belfast Councillor MEiirtE[degrees]n Eo Muilleoir were also present during the opening session.
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