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- Haass talks: How enemies in war can slowly become partners in peace
- Is it time we took a leaf out of Mr Mandela's book?
- Referendums – They're a load of ballots!
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Bill White: Referendums – They're a load of ballots!
Like the buses we hear nothing about referendums (or is it referenda?) for years and then there’s talk about three of them all at once! – The Scottish independence referendum, definitely happening September 2014, a UK-wide European Union referendum possibly happening in 2017, and locally we have Sinn Fein pushing for a border referendum in Northern Ireland, and possibly in the south as well.
Editors Viewpoint: We must park these high prices
December is always a make or break period for Belfast city traders, and they need a period of peace and prosperity in the run-up to this Christmas. Unfortunately, however, some of the parking charges in the city centre are prohibitive, and some of the private operators who are most to blame, as this newspaper reveals today.
Ed Curran: Is it time we took a leaf out of Mr Mandela's book?
I have walked that long road to freedom. But I have discovered the secret that, after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb."
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