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  • Shetland's Up Helly Aa fire festival 2016 [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Participants dressed as Vikings process around their longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images The flaming torches of participants dressed as Vikings are seen as they process around their longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Members of the Jarl Squad dressed in Viking costumes carry flaming torches during the Up Helly Aa Viking festival in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 Originating in the 1880s the festival celebrates Shetland s Norse heritage and sees a Viking longship dragged through the streets of Lerwick led by a horde of people dressed as Vikings before being set alight Photo credit should read Andrew Milligan PA Wire Participants dressed as Vikings process around their longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Members of the Jarl Squad dressed in Viking costumes carry flaming torches during the Up Helly Aa Viking festival in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 Originating in the 1880s the festival celebrates Shetland s Norse heritage and sees a Viking longship dragged through the streets of Lerwick led by a horde of people dressed as Vikings before being set alight Photo credit should read Andrew Milligan PA Wire Members of the Jarl Squad dressed in Viking costumes carry flaming torches during the Up Helly Aa Viking festival in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 Originating in the 1880s the festival celebrates Shetland s Norse heritage and sees a Viking longship dragged through the streets of Lerwick led by a horde of people dressed as Vikings before being set alight Photo credit should read Andrew Milligan PA Wire Participants dressed as Vikings process around the burning longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Participants dressed as Vikings process around the burning longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Participants dressed as Vikings process around the burning longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images The Galley is burned by Guizer Jarl Mark Evans and members of the Jarl Squad during the Up Helly Aa Viking festival in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 Originating in the 1880s the festival celebrates Shetland s Norse heritage and sees a Viking longship dragged through the streets of Lerwick led by a horde of people dressed as Vikings before being set alight Photo credit should read Andrew Milligan PA Wire The Galley is burned by Guizer Jarl Mark Evans standing on boat right and members of the Jarl Squad during the Up Helly Aa Viking festival in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 Originating in the 1880s the festival celebrates Shetland s Norse heritage and sees a Viking longship dragged through the streets of Lerwick led by a horde of people dressed as Vikings before being set alight Photo credit should read Andrew Milligan PA Wire Participants dressed as Vikings process around the burning longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Participants dressed as Vikings process around their longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands and culminates with up to 1 000 guizers men in costume throwing flaming torches into their Viking longboat and setting it alight later in the evening AFP ANDY BUCHANANANDY BUCHANAN AFP Getty Images Participants dressed as Vikings process around their longboat during the annual Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick Shetland Islands on January 26 2016 Up Helly Aa celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings

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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Big Lottery Fund Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Michael McKillop with Jackie Fullerton Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Winners all Telegraph Sports Star of the Year Michael Conlan flanked by Coach of the Year Michael O Neill and Hall of Fame entrant Martin O Neill Local Heroes award winner Aisling Reilly is presented with her trophy by GAA Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte and Brian Henning Chair of Sport Northern Ireland Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Special recognition award goes to Crossmaglen s Paul Hearty Paul Hearty is presented with his trophy by Belfast Giant s Matt Nickerson and Robert Cairns Volvo Parts Manager of category sponsor Volvo Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Special recognition award goes to Crossmaglen s Paul Hearty Photo Paul Hearty aand Claire McCollum Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Young Team of the Year goes to the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Youth squad Conor Ferguson Danielle Hill Ben Fisher and James McGivern collect their award from rugby legend Tommy Bowe and Muriel O Grady chair of the SUBWAY Ireland Marketing Board and franchisee Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Erin Cassidy Julia McCann Ella Rourke Eile Bradley Cara Gordon and Michela McAvoy pictured at the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Peter Spratt with his daughter Lucy pictured at the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Ben Fisher and Angel Reyes pictured at the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Eileen Logan and Debby Armstrong Sarah Shimmons Michael O Neill and Paddy Barnes Carol McMenamin Joanne Hayden and Jane Rowe Gail Walker and Neil Lennon Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Pat Jennings Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness with boxer Michael Conlan pictured at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Press Eye Belfast Northern Ireland 25th January 2016 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Steven Beacom pictured at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Press Eye Belfast Northern Ireland 25th January 2016 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Guests at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Press Eye Belfast Northern Ireland 25th January 2016 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Guests at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Press Eye Belfast Northern Ireland 25th January 2016 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Stephen Baxter at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Press Eye Belfast Northern Ireland 25th January 2016 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards sponsored by Linwoods 2015 at the Ramada Hotel Belfast Claire McCollum and Jackie Fullerton pictured at the awards night Picture by Kelvin Boyes Press Eye Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Most Read Most Shared Most

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  • The Troubles gallery - 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph archives - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Road demonstration Portadown Northern Ireland Troubles gallery Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998 Security Forces kept a Loyalist counter demonstration at a safe distance from Nationalist marchers near Oben Street Portadown Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998 A young Loyalist waves the Union Jack at Royal Ulster Constabulary police in riot gear from the Loyalist side of the town of Portadown Northern Ireland as a nationalist republican protest march passed by peacefully down the Nationalist Garvaghy road STAND OFF BETWEEN PSNI AND ORANGEMEN Disturbances On Garvaghy Road Portadown May 1998 Rioters hurl stones at RUC riot police on the Garvaghy Road Portadown Northern Ireland during disturbances following an Orange parade in the area An RUC officer fires plastic bullets at rioting nationalists on the Garvaghy Road Garvaghy Road Residents Meet With David Trimble May 99 Brendan McKenna arrives at Craigavon Civic Centre to meet the First Minister David Trimble in an effort to solve the Drumcree stand off RIR Support The Orangemen At Drumcree January 2000 Members of the Royal Irish Regiment with a flag supporting Orangemen in Drumcree Army Prepare For Drumcree July 2001 Kathleen Feeney 14 who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops November 1973 Funeral courtege of Kathleen Feeney 14 who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops November 1973 Police and rioters clash in Londonderry after an Apprentice Boys march 1969 Martin McGuinness Sinn Fein pictured leaving court in Belfast after charges against him involving IRA membership were dropped 1976 Belfast IRA men on patrol with new drogue bomb in Northern Ireland 1987 Royal Highland Fusilier Robert Thompson from Hamilton Scotland who was killed in Northern Ireland July 27 1980 In March 1988 two corporals Derek Wood and David Howes were stripped beaten and shot dead after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast In March 1988 two corporals Derek Wood and David Howes were stripped beaten and shot dead after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast In March 1988 two corporals Derek Wood and David Howes were stripped beaten and shot dead after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast In March 1988 two corporals Derek Wood and David Howes were stripped beaten and shot dead after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast In March 1988 two corporals Derek Wood and David Howes were stripped beaten and shot dead after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists First protest march to Belfast city centre A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square Belfast 9 10 1968 Mr Austin Currie MP addressing the crowd People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists The first Civil Rights Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association from Coalisland to Dungannon held on 24 8 1968 Pictured is a member of the official party leading the civil rights marchers appealing to the crowd and requesting that there should be no violence during the march in Dungannon People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists First protest march to Belfast city centre A crowd of students pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley near Belfast City Hall Pictured is Ciaran McKeown with beard 9 10 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP three British Labour MPs and television crew Two nights of rioting ensued 5 10 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP three British Labour MPs and television crew Two nights of rioting ensued 5 10 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP three British Labour MPs and television crew Two nights of rioting ensued 5 10 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Civil rights marchers are confronted by a strong force of polive in Duke Street October 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP three British Labour MPs and television crew Two nights of rioting ensued 5 10 1968 People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists People s Democracy group organised a four day march from Belfast to Londonderry starting on 1 1 69 The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery IRA checkpoint the early 1970 s data title Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery IRA checkpoint the early 1970 s Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery IRA checkpoint the early 1970 s Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane Co Tyrone Pacemaker Press Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane Co Tyrone 18 01 92 Pacemaker Press William Bleakes one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing Pacemaker Press Cecil James Caldwell one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing Pacemaker Press David Harkness one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing Pacemaker Press Nigel McKee one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing Pacemaker Press Robert Irons one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing Pacemaker Press Catholic school children and their parents make their way to Holy Cross school under a heavy police and British Army presence in the Ardoyne area of North Belfast Northern Ireland Tuesday Sept 4 2001 AP Photo Peter Morrison School children and parents with RUC officers who had to escort them to the Holy Cross Primary School Ardoyne today Photo by Niall Marshall Paulette Donnelly with her parents arriving at Holy Cross Girls primary School after walking through Corridor of Hate on Friday 7 9 01 Holy Cross School November 2001 Children laugh and sing as they make there way up the Ardoyne Road this morning after loyalist protests were suspended and things start to get back to normal for the first time since school term started in September of this year Ardoyne residents try to overturn an army landrover in Ardoyne avenue after trouble flared up again outside the nearby Holycross school Picture Pacemaker Alice Lee Bunting in tears as she makes her way to Holy Cross Primary School Fr Aidan Troy at the front gates of Holy Cross Girls School Holy Cross Primary School Holy Cross Primary School Holy Cross Primary School Smoke spreads as a pipe bomb explodes after it was thrown at police and army lines by protesting loyalists this morning in the Glenbryn area of Ardoyne North Belfast after Holy Cross Primary school children were marched through lines of Police and army on the second day back to school Holy Cross Primary School Protest September 2001 The postman was the only sign of normality this morning on the Ardoyne Rd as despite all that has been happening the mail got through Holy Cross Primary School Protest September 2001 Riot police and army march Holy Cross school children and their parents past burnt out cars and protesting loyalists on their second day back to school in Ardoyne North Belfast this morning An injured police officer is helped by two of his colleagues after a pipe bomb was thrown at them from protesting loyalists this morning in the Glenbryn area of Ardoyne North Belfast after Holy Cross Primary school children were marched through lines of Police and army on the second day back to school Terrified school children after a blast bomb was launched by protesting loyalists The blast bomb injured one policeman and a police dog this is the third morning trouble has flared as catholic parents and their children through a protestant area to the Holy Cross Primary School in Ardoyne North Belfast Terrified school children after a blast bomb was launched by protesting loyalists The blast bomb injured one policeman and a police dog this is the third morning trouble has flared as catholic parents and their children through a protestant area to the Holy Cross Primary School in Ardoyne North Belfast Terrified school children after a blast bomb was launched by protesting loyalists The blast bomb injured one policeman and a police dog this is the third morning trouble has flared as catholic parents and their children through a protestant area to the Holy Cross Primary School in Ardoyne North Belfast An injured police officer is helped into an ambulance by his colleagues after a blast bomb was thrown at them from protesting loyalists in the Glenbryn area of Ardoyne North Belfast this morning this is the third morning trouble has flared as catholic parents and their children through a protestant area to the Holy Cross Primary School in Ardoyne North Belfast Police officers carry an injured dog away to get medical help after a blast bomb was launched by protesting loyalists Catholic Holy Cross Primary School children in tears as their parents march them through armed police and army lines who where holding back protesting protestant residents in Ardoyne North Belfast on their first day back to school this morning Catholic Holy Cross Primary School children in tears as their parents march them through armed police and army lines who where holding back protesting protestant residents in Ardoyne North Belfast on their first day back to school this morning Protestant school children who were separated from their parents scream for their mothers who were held behind armed police and army lines before the catholic Holy Cross school children were brought to school in Ardoyne this morning Catholic schoolchildren are shepherded past protestant protesters at Ardoyne Road Holy Cross Primary School Protest And Riots Sept 2001 Holy Cross Primary School Protest In Belfast Catholic children walking to the Holy Cross Primary School A pupil from the Holy Cross school in North Belfast interferance where trouble has been erupting for several weeks Ardoyne Road parents and their children on their way to Holy Cross Girls Primary School in what is now the tenth week of the dispute and loyalist protest Army bomb disposal experts blow up a second device in a grate beside a protestants car parked near the entrance to the Holy Cross Catholic Shool after having dealt with a suspect bomb across the road in the Protestant Wheatfield Primary And Nursery school Security forces keep a watchful eye as a young girl and her father walk up the Ardoyne Road in North Belfast to Holy Cross school Police stepped up their security outside North Belfast schools after recent threats and trouble as parents walked their children to school Father Aiden Troy Chairman of Board of Governors of Holy Cross School discusses the sitation with a senior police officer on Ardoyne road A man receiving attention during the shooting incident in Londonderry Northern Ireland which became known as Bloody Sunday January 31 1972 Scenes from Bloody Sunday in Londonderry Northern Ireland Stewart Gardner Argylls second lieutenant of Dollar shot dead at Crossmaglen Co Armagh September 22nd 1972 Government of Northern Ireland The Executive December 1973 The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured data title The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured Pictured is Jimmy Stewart who lost both legs in the Abercorn Restaurant explosion The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant the Abercorn on 4th March 1972 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence Two women were killed 130 people injured A casualty of the riots in Northern Ireland in 1972 Northern Ireland murder victim Irene Andrews who was murdered by John White on the 26th June 1973 Belfast Fire Brigade Station officer McCleery being carried from a bomb explosion Cromac Street circa 1971 Peter Robinson of the DUP pictured in the Israeli Border Area with AK47 rifles while on a fact finding mission to the Middle East Pacemaker Press Intl Dec 1984 Armed soldiers behind a wall on Londonderry s Bogside Main Street Claudy in August 1972 when three Provisional IRA car bombs exploded without warning killing 9 local people and injuring many others John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono raise their fists as they join a protest in front of British Overseas Airways Corp offices in New York on Fifth Avenue Feb 5th 1972 The demonstrators called for the withdrawal of British troops from Northern Ireland Funeral of Walter Moore who was shot while in a shop at the rear of Oldpark RUC base Oldpark Road Belfast Mid August 1969 witnessed great violence and suffering Memories of these terrible events have remained strong especially in areas affected directly by the conflict Less well remembered however are the actions of many to prevent violence While some parts of west Belfast were very badly hit by these disturbances there was a relative absence of violence or sectarian conflict elsewhere in Belfast The Scarman report noted the one remarkable fact that these riots did not spread from the Falls and the Ardoyne into the rest of the city Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Go To Comments Recently historian Liam Kelly has described the valiant efforts of various local peace committees to maintain peace Politicians such as David Bleakley Paddy Devlin and Dr Norman Laird organised peace pacts between different groups Clergy including Fr Des Wilson and Rev Courtney co operated closely to combat outbursts of sectarian conflict Places such as the docks and the shipyards were able to avoid trouble very largely thanks to the efforts of these individuals and organisations including

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  • Snow blankets Washington DC [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Workers clean the snow from a street during a snowstorm in Downtown Washington DC January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Mladen ANTONOVMLADEN ANTONOV AFP Getty Images Workers clean the snow from a street during a snowstorm in Downtown Washington DC January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Mladen ANTONOVMLADEN ANTONOV AFP Getty Images People walk in the street during a snowstorm in the Columbia Heights neighborhood in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Nicholas KammNICHOLAS KAMM AFP Getty Images The Lincoln Memorial is seen under snowfall in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Mandel NganMANDEL NGAN AFP Getty Images A man walks past a restaurant during a snowstorm January 22 2016 in Washington DC Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images TOPSHOT A man pushes a spreader for ice melting chemicals during a snowstorm January 22 2016 in Washington DC Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images A worker clears snow from a sidewalk during a snowstorm January 22 2016 in Washington DC Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images TOPSHOT A person waits to cross a street during a snowstorm in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images A worker clears a road in front of the Old Executive Office Building during a snowstorm in Washington January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images The White House is seen during a snowstorm in Washington January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images An icicle hangs from the beard of an anti abortion activist during a rally in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington DC 0n January 22 2016 as the country marks the 43rd anniversary of the Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion AFP Nicholas KammNICHOLAS KAMM AFP Getty Images TOPSHOT The White House is seen during a snowstorm in Washington January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images A member of the Secret Service clears snow from his car on Pennsylvania Avenue during a snow storm in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images A Bobcat clears snow from Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House during a snow storm in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images A woman crosses a street during a snow storm in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI AFP Getty Images The statue of US President Andrew Jackson is seen in Lafayette Square near the White House in Washington on January 22 2016 Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare Friday as millions of Americans hunkered down for a winter storm expected to dump historic amounts of snow in the eastern United States AFP PAUL J RICHARDSPAUL J RICHARDS AFP Getty Images WASHINGTON DC JANUARY 22 A tree stands in the snow by the Potomac River January 22 2016 in Washington DC A winter snowstorm is forecasted for the East Coast this weekend with prediction of up to 30 inches of snow for the DC area Photo by Alex Wong Getty Images WASHINGTON DC JANUARY 22 The Thomas Jefferson Memorial sits in the snow January 22 2016

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  • Liverpool v Stoke Capital One League Cup semi-final second leg [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    single club league player publications Liverpool players celebrates on the pitch after winning the penalty shoot out in the English League Cup semi final second leg football match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool north west England on January 26 2016 Liverpool won the two legged semi final 6 5 on penalties after a 1 0 Stoke victory in 90 minutes meant the tie finished 1 1 after extra time AFP Paul ELLIS RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE No use with unauthorized audio video data fixture lists club league logos or live services Online in match use limited to 75 images no video emulation No use in betting games or single club league player publications PAUL ELLIS AFP Getty Images Liverpool players celebrate winning the penalty shootout during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg at Anfield Liverpool PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 See PA story SOCCER Liverpool Photo credit should read Martin Rickett PA Wire RESTRICTIONS EDITORIAL USE ONLY No use with unauthorised audio video data fixture lists club league logos or live services Online in match use limited to 75 images no video emulation No use in betting games or single club league player publications Jurgen Klopp manager of Liverpool and Mark Hughes manager of Stoke City shake hands during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp centre shouts angrily towards Alberto Moreno during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg at Anfield Liverpool PA Marko Arnautovic of Stoke City 2L shoots past goalkeeper Simon Mignolet of Liverpool to score their first goal during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Liverpool s German midfielder Emre Can L vies with Stoke City s Irish midfielder Glenn Whelan during the English League Cup semi final second leg football match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool north west England on January 26 2016 AFP Paul ELLIS RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE No use with unauthorized audio video data fixture lists club league logos or live services Online in match use limited to 75 images no video emulation No use in betting games or single club league player publications PAUL ELLIS AFP Getty Images LIVERPOOL ENGLAND JANUARY 26 Erik Pieters of Stoke City beats Christian Benteke of Liverpool to the ball during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Liverpool s Zaire born Belgian striker Christian Benteke controls the ball during the English League Cup semi final second leg football match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool north west England on January 26 2016 AFP Paul ELLIS 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Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images LIVERPOOL ENGLAND JANUARY 26 Mamadou Sakho of Liverpool beats Philipp Wollscheid and Jonathan Walters of Stoke City to head at goal during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Liverpool s Brazilian midfielder Roberto Firmino reacts after missing a chance during the English League Cup semi final second leg football match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool north west England on January 26 2016 PA Liverpool s Alberto Moreno and Stoke City s Bojan Krkic left battle for the ball during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg at Anfield Liverpool PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Picture date Tuesday January 26 2016 See PA story SOCCER Liverpool Photo credit should read Martin Rickett PA Wire RESTRICTIONS EDITORIAL USE ONLY No use with unauthorised audio video data fixture lists club league logos or live services Online in match use limited to 75 images no video emulation No use in betting games or single club league player publications Bojan Krkic of Stoke City takes on Roberto Firmino of Liverpool during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Liverpool s German manager Jurgen Klopp arrives ahead of the English League Cup semi final second leg football match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield in Liverpool north west England on January 26 2016 AFP Getty Images Jon Flanagan of Liverpool evades Marko Arnautovic of Stoke City during the Capital One Cup semi final second leg match between Liverpool and Stoke City at Anfield on January 26 2016 in Liverpool England Photo by Clive Brunskill Getty Images Stoke City s English striker 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  • Ulster 56-3 Oyonnax: European Champions Cup [Photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Oyonnax Rugby at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast Northern Ireland on January 23 2016 AFP PHOTO PAUL FAITHPAUL FAITH AFP Getty Images Oyonnax s French wing Dug Codjo C gets tackled during the European Rugby Champions Cup pool 1 rugby union match between Ulster Rugby and Oyonnax Rugby at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast Northern Ireland on January 23 2016 AFP PHOTO PAUL FAITHPAUL FAITH AFP Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Craig Gilroy R of Ulster and Dug Codjo L of Oyonnax during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Craig Gilroy R of Ulster and Dug Codjo L of Oyonnax during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images Oyonnax s Georgian prop Giorgi Vepkhvadze R is tackled by Ulster s US born Irish prop Callum Black L and Ulster s South African lock Franco Van Der Merwe C during the European Rugby Champions Cup pool 1 rugby union match between Ulster Rugby and Oyonnax Rugby at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast Northern Ireland on January 23 2016 AFP PHOTO PAUL FAITHPAUL FAITH AFP Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Robbie Diack L of Ulster and Valentin Ursache R of Oyonnax during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Rob Herring R of Ulster and Pierrick Gunther L of Oyonnax during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Robbie Diack L of Ulster bursts through the Oyonnax defence during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Sean Reidy C of Ulster scoring a try during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Sean Reidy C of Ulster scoring a try during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast Northern Ireland Photo by Charles McQuillan Getty Images BELFAST NORTHERN IRELAND JANUARY 23 Sean Reidy C of Ulster is congratulated by Nick Williams L after scoring a try during the European Champions Cup Pool 1 round 6 game between Ulster and Oyonnax at Kingspan Stadium on January 23 2016 in Belfast

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  • 10 best selling cars in Northern Ireland 2015 - where is your Qashqai, Captur or Polo in the list? - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    recording the first annual fall albeit a very small one since 2011 he added The SMMT figures also showed the expected seasonal drop in car sales with an average decline of 50 in sales across the top 10 models sold here when comparing the August and December figures However the Golf was hit harder than most with just 53 sold here in December almost a third of the number sold in August Volkswagen subsidiary Audi s UK market share rose to 6 42 but its Seat brand saw a decrease of over 10 and Skoda saw a 1 drop In the last quarter of 2015 an internal investigation by the group found irregularities in emissions levels thought to affect 800 000 cars in Europe The probe revealed CO2 emissions and fuel consumption were also understated during standards tests The blow came just weeks after the company admitted cheating nitrogen oxide level tests Top 10 cars of 2015 Ford Fiesta 2 407 Volkswagen Golf 1 856 Ford Focus 1 713 Volkswagen Polo 1 587 Vauxhall Corsa 1 456 Nissan Qashqai 1 216 Vauxhall Mokka 1 159 Ford Kuga 1 143 Renault Clio 1 075 Renault Captur 1 003 Total in Top 10 14 615 Northern Ireland Grand Total 57 097 From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Review Bentley Mulsanne s drive is richly rewarding there s luxury there is super By Paul Connolly There are executive saloons and luxury saloons but there s only one Bentley Mulsanne Top Gear reveals full line up for new series The full line up for Top Gear has been announced with a total of seven presenters heading up the BBC s flagship motoring show Skoda Superb review Czech this out By Roger St Pierre with Hazel Kempster When Skoda s new Superb flagship took to the roads some years back there was a little sniggering among more cynical car industry observers Ukip to spray warning signs on Northern Ireland potholes By Adrian Rutherford An MLA has threatened to paint yellow warning marks around craters appearing in Northern Ireland s pothole ravaged roads Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Skoda Superb review Czech this out Motoring Review Bentley Mulsanne s drive is richly rewarding there s luxury there is super luxury Motoring 10 best selling cars in Northern Ireland 2015 where is your Qashqai Captur or Motoring Review Peugeot 308 HDi range Motoring Subaru Levorg review spiritual successor

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  • David Bowie: Life in pictures Aladdin Sane to BlackStar [photos] - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    66 year old star filmed it in a dark corridor of the office he has in Manhattan in New York last weekend to accompany his new single Love Is Lost See PA story SHOWBIZ Mercury Bowie Photo credit should read Martin Rickett PA Wire E david bowie new album the next day 080113 1357633524 29 jpg David Bowie British singer David Bowie London 1992 Photo by Terry O Neill Getty Images Ent Live Aid LONDON UNITED KINGDOM JULY 13 Singer David Bowie performs at the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium in London 13th July 1985 The concert raised funds for famine relief in Ethiopia Photo by Georges De Keerle Getty Images E Bowie cover File photo dated 25 11 2003 of David Bowie as an astronaut has said goodbye to life on the International Space Station by making a cover version of the singer s Space Oddity PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo Issue date Monday May 13 2013 Commander Chris Hadfield has built up more than 790 000 followers on Twitter by posting photographs of the Earth from space See PA story SHOWBIZ Bowie Photo credit should read Andy Butterton PA Wire E David Bowie David Bowie with Belfast Telegraph reporter Marie Foy in Belfast on the 6th December 1995 David Bowie in 1970 David Bowie and Iman Flowers left below a mural of David Bowie on the wall of a Morley s store in Brixton south London the singer s birthplace David Bowie who has died following an 18 month battle with cancer David Bowie performing on stage during a concert in La Courneuve on July 3 1987 Getty David Bowie released his Blackstar album on his 69th birthday FILE JANUARY 11 2016 David Bowie Dies At Age 69 3rd February 1973 David Bowie David Robert Jones pop star and actor Photo by Evening Standard Getty Images FILE JANUARY 11 2016 David Bowie Dies At Age 69 NEW YORK JUNE 07 David Bowie attends the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on June 7 2010 in New York City Photo by Andrew H Walker Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on July 03 1987 shows British singer David Bowie performing on stage during a concert in La Courneuve on July 3 1987 British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP BERTRAND GUAYBERTRAND GUAY AFP Getty Images FILE JANUARY 11 2016 David Bowie Dies At Age 69 9th July 1973 Pop singer David Bowie is seen off at the station by his wife Angie Photo by Smith Express Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on July 1 2002 shows British singer David Bowie performing in Paris during his only Paris gig British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP BERTRAND GUAYBERTRAND GUAY AFP Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on October 14 1999 shows British rock star posing October 14 1999 in Paris during a press conference British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP ERIC FEFERBERGERIC FEFERBERG AFP Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on February 17 1974 shows British rock star David Bowie with his wife Angela Angie and his son Zowie after receiving an award for his latest record Ziggy stardust in Amsterdam British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP STRINGERSTRINGER AFP Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on February 13 1997 shows rock music superstar David Bowie R and his wife supermodel Iman smile as they pose for photos after Bowie received a star on the world famous Walk of Fame 12 February in Hollywood CA Bowie whose changing persona has marked him as one of rock music s most dynamic performers over the last three decades recently released his latest album Earthlings British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP VINCE BUCCIVINCE BUCCI AFP Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on September 24 2002 shows British musician David Bowie performing in Paris British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said on January 11 2016 Bowie died on Januray 10 surrounded by family according to his social media accounts The iconic musician had turned 69 only on January 8 which coincided with the release of Blackstar his 25th studio album AFP MARTIN BUREAUMARTIN BUREAU AFP Getty Images FILES This file photo taken on April 20 1992 shows British singer David Bowie says a prayer for Freddie Mercury

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