North West is deserving case
Published 04/08/2009 | 09:02
Why must the new national stadium be in, or near, Belfast?
What is wrong with building it in the North West?
Such a place is available at Ballykelly, the former RAF aerodrome, later occupied by the Army’s Shackleton Barracks. There is even a railway track through it.
People in the North West are just as keen on the sporting scene as anyone else. So why not?