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2020 has shown it's often the worst of times when we see the very best of us

Chrissie Russell



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Staff from Antrim Area Hospital take part in Clap for Carers in support of the NHS and key workers who are at the front line in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Northern Ireland.  Photo Pacemaker

Staff from Antrim Area Hospital take part in Clap for Carers in support of the NHS and key workers who are at the front line in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Northern Ireland. Photo Pacemaker

Sikh community prepare meals for truckers

Sikh community prepare meals for truckers

Jacqueline Mason with her mother Eileen McGrugan

Jacqueline Mason with her mother Eileen McGrugan

Alec Bailey from Translink

Alec Bailey from Translink

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Staff from Antrim Area Hospital take part in Clap for Carers in support of the NHS and key workers who are at the front line in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Northern Ireland. Photo Pacemaker

This year my son's school raised more than ever before with its Christmas raffle.

Usually the school fair is the big fundraiser, but it had to be scrapped this year and yet the tally was more than last year's fair and raffle combined.

I'm not saying this out of any sense of personal pride - I'm something of a lapsed PTA member - but it stunned me, that at a time when so many families are struggling financially, people felt more compelled than ever to donate to the running of the school.


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