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Stevie D Aug 28
What is wrong with some people. How came you find the remotely funny .. ffs wise up thats people's jobs
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Kerry McKittrick Aug 28
There is not a lick of work getting done this day....
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Conchúr Moore Aug 28
The Bank Buildings survived the blitz but were felled by some careless contractors with a blowtorch 🤦 A real shame, RIP one of Belfast's oldest and most iconic buildings.
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Glyn Roberts Aug 28
The Primark fire is a terrible tragedy for the store, its workers and our city centre. It provides huge footfall for other traders and is such an iconic building. Whilst it won’t be easy, I hope that an alternative site can be found elsewhere in the city centre
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Yvette Shapiro Sep 1
Looking for pizza in Belfast tonight? The lovely people are trying to keep afloat on the edge of the cordon. Fantastic food, great service. They deserve a break after a terrible week.
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Named and Shamed Aug 29
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Chewbekah Aug 28
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Baz Aug 28
Ya couldn’t make it up!! 🤣🔥
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Glenn Reid Sep 4
4 days prior to the the store announced the creation of 100 more jobs. So heartbreaking for Belfast's retail. If only we could reject the disengaged for Primark to fill the now vacant BHS!
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Dr Margaret Ward Aug 28
What a sad picture. Come back to us soon, Bank Buildings
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Emmet McDonough-Brown Sep 7
(Some) good news for businesses in the cordon in Belfast. Rates are to be suspended so from the date of the fire no rates will be due. If you’re a business affected, please get in touch.
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RSUA Sep 21
After the RSUA is launching , a public campaign to collect your ideas and generate debate about ways to make the Belfast City Centre experience better. Share your ideas using the hashtag.
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BBC Talkback Sep 27
A new campaign launches to re-imagine the future of Belfast city centre in the wake of the . Could that tragedy provoke an explosion of creativity about how to turn the city into a flourishing new Belfast? We're looking for your ideas
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NualaMcAllister Sep 21
We have successfully passed £1.25m to help businesses affected in city centre (with £500k from Primark). Scheme will be established asap. My colleague highlighted need for SoS to step up. NIO has offered £0.
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Eden Wilson Aug 28
Every shop window smashed and blackened. A few explosions heard from within the building. The smell of burnt clothes in the air. A few complaining of headaches but determined to see this out to the end
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Michael Long Sep 21
Just proposed Council increased spending on Primark issues to £1.25m total. In addition Primark gave £500k but Secy. Of State has given £0. Writing to request urgent meeting asking for Govt. to step up.
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Keith McCormick Aug 29
Hi , I've found you another historic old building in Belfast you could use, it's been vacant for 19 months.
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Rebekah McCabe Sep 13
I love this. People enacting their agency in the city in small ways. I think it also shows a kind of embrace of the dots as a playful part of the city’s infrastructure in what’s otherwise a crisis. Well done
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Citizen69 Aug 29
The Bank Buildings / Primark building was built in 1785. It is older than the USA, older than the UK, older than the Orange Order, older than the United Irishmen. Everything possible must be done to save this historic landmark of Belfast!
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AMMG Sports Aug 28
Credit to in providing food and hot drinks to the press, police and fire services today. Thoughts are with all the employees of today, hopefully the company can assist them in finding employment. ©
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