moved on to the British Formula Ford competition in 2001, before successfully making the move to British Formula Three B-Class in 2002 with the Sweeney team. Despite driving year-old cars, Carroll was always an outright front runner and he dominated the class winning the title with a record points tally. Considered "the hierarchy’s foremost theologian", he strongly criticised the Irish Republican Army (IRA) throughout his reign. ref name "Cardinal Cahal Daly dies
of the Ards Peninsula near Cloughey, County Down, Northern Ireland. It is the easternmost point (Extreme points of Ireland) of Ireland. Cannon Rock is east of South Rock, on which there is a disused lighthouse. Portaferry Lifeboat - Rescues "Lifeboat was requested to go to the aid of a 30 ft yacht aground on the Canon sic Rock, close by the disused South Rock lighthouse tower" Burial Island off Burr Point thumb right (File:Burial Island - geograph.org.uk - 435787.jpg) '''Burr Point''' is the easternmost point (Extreme points of the United Kingdom) of mainland Northern Ireland, and the easternmost point (Extreme points of Ireland) of mainland Ireland. It is located in the townland of Ballyhalbert on the Ards Peninsula in County Down, at longitude 5.43ºW. It is 2 km south-east of the village of Ballyhalbert. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
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historic monument in the townland of Kirkistown, in Borough of Ards (Ards (borough)), at grid ref: J6450 5800. I would like to propose a new Barnstar for people who work tirelessly to promote a NPOV on Wikipedia, especially on controversial articles like Northern Ireland
of 1973, Morrison had embarked on a three month tour with his eleven-piece band, The Caledonia Soul Orchestra. Although the resulting concerts and live album, ''It's Too Late to Stop Now'' have come to be known as a performing high for Morrison, the tour was physically and emotionally exhausting. Morrison decided afterwards to take a vacation break, returning to Ireland after a six year absence obtensibly to record an RTE (Raidió Teilifís Éireann) national TV show. Heylin
Republican Army (IRA) allegedly conducted a campaign of murder and ethnic cleansing against Unionists in parts of the country such as Cork. Historians disagree as to whether such murders were isolated incidents or parts of a wider organised campaign. Attacks continued in the 1920s against many Unionists who had assisted the British in the War, and in the process 300 historic homes were burned. Such attacks were said to be reprisals for the British forces' destruction of the homes and property of republicans (Irish republicanism), actual or suspected. * Emigration. Large numbers of Unionists left Ireland (voluntarily or otherwise) in the years before and after independence, mainly for Northern Ireland, Great Britain and Canada. * Assimilation. Many of the Unionists who remained assimilated (cultural assimilation) to some extent into the majority nationalist culture. This was encouraged by the Free State (Irish Free State) government, and was largely accepted with resignation. The process was accelerated by the pro-Free State stance taken by most Unionists in the Irish Civil War. The process of assimilation had begun prior to Irish independence, with a number of Protestant Nationalists playing leading roles in the Irish nationalist and Gaelic revival movements. Structural Some official agencies and organisations at a national level have developed specific structural links as part of the union. These links reflect the responsibilities of the agency or organisation to the citizens of Northern Ireland and the other UK regions. However, they do not indicate support for political unionism as the UK Civil Service is regulated by strict laws on impartiality. In addition, Northern Ireland is nowadays part of a web of co-operative links with the Republic of Ireland (north-south), the United Kingdom (east-west), the European Union and the United States. * Reinhold Messner, a renowned Italian mountaineer and explorer from South Tyrol * Ian Paisley, leading politician of Northern Ireland, a member from 1979 to 2004 with a "triple mandate" as MEP, MP (Parliament of the United Kingdom), and MLA (Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly) * John Hume, another leading Northern Irish politician and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, similarly having held a "triple mandate" Legislatures using this system include those of Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, East Timor, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Guatemala, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay and Wales. The system has also been used in Northern Ireland to allocate the ministerial positions in the Northern Ireland Executive; for the 'top-up' seats in the London Assembly; in some countries during elections to the European Parliament (European Parliament election, 2004); and during the 1997 Constitution (1997 Constitution of Thailand)-era for allocating party-list parliamentary seats in Thailand. Aurel Croissant and Daniel J. Pojar, Jr., Quo Vadis Thailand? Thai Politics after the 2005 Parliamentary Election, Strategic Insights, Volume IV, Issue 6 (June 2005) A modified form was used for elections in the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly but abandoned in favour of the Hare-Clark system. The system is also used in practice for the allocation between political groups of a large number of posts (Vice Presidents, committee chairmen and vice-chairmen, delegation chairmen and vice-chairmen) in the European Parliament. Some people think that the town was named after the island of Cuba. A common reason for this is that there are other towns in the area with names of Spanish (Spain) cities or towns, such as Salamanca, Cadiz, Panama, Mexico and Bolivar, to name a few. Another town, Belfast, although not Spanish, bears the name of another foreign city (in Northern Ireland or Ulster). The scheme applies only to England, Scotland and Wales. Alternative systems are used in Northern Ireland (see Roads in Northern Ireland), the Isle of Man (see Roads in the Isle of Man), Jersey, Guernsey, and British overseas territories. All of these numbering schemes use identical basic conventions and road-sign designs. SPC's founding charter is the Canberra Agreement. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
-Lebanon crisis . Robertson is a native of the UK and is married to former CNN correspondent Margaret Lowrie. He has two daughters. Life and career Thomson has worked for BBC television and radio in Northern Ireland. In addition, he has written books on India and the Gulf War. in 1997, he won the ''Home News Award'' at the Royal Television Society Journalism Awards for his reporting on Bloody Sunday (Bloody Sunday (1972)). His current role is as television presenter and chief correspondent for Channel 4 News, part of ITN. He has covered fifteen wars as well as other major conflicts international while at ITN. '''East Antrim Hockey Club''' is a men's field hockey club based in Newtownabbey, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, 7 miles north of Belfast. It is affiliated to the Ulster Branch (Ulster Hockey Union) of the Irish Hockey Association and is one of the oldest clubs in Irish hockey. The club currently plays in Section 2 of the Ulster Senior League (Ulster Senior League (Men's Hockey)). The club's motto is ''Non Sibi Cunctus''. Births *February 20 - Miriam Mone, Northern Irish (Northern Ireland) fashion designer (d.2007 (2007 in art)) *March 9 - Brom, illustrator '''Legal executives''' are a form of trained and qualified legal professional in certain juridictions. They often specialise in a particular area of law. There is, however, no direct equivalent to a legal executive in Scotland. Law clerks in Canada and paralegals in the US occupy the same role as legal executives elsewhere while having lesser professional status. Legal executives are recognised in England and Wales, both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. In England and Wales they are now know as "chartered legal executives". The '''Medallion Shield''' is an annual rugby union competition involving schools affiliated to the Ulster Branch (Ulster Rugby) of the Irish Rugby Football Union. The competition is open to all schools within Ulster, but only schools from within Northern Ireland currently enter, with no entries from schools situated in the three Ulster counties within the Republic of Ireland. Cooney's followers retain fond memories of him. Those who continue to follow his message are a small but still recognized sect under the name “Cooneyite” in the UK, having just over 200 members according to the 2001 UK Census. House of Commons debate on religions According to Roberts (1990), Cooneyite remnants exist in various places around the world and continue to meet in homes for church meetings. Roberts (1990) (#refRoberts1990), p. 255. Notable areas include: *Northern Ireland In the early 1980s the number in Belfast was stated to be 30. —Fairweather; McDonough; McFadyean (1993) (#refFairweather1984), p. 332. *Mallow, County Cork, Ireland date 11 April 2008 location Northern Ireland, United Kingdom quote One of Northern Ireland's top teas – and a favourite in Scotland too – is no longer to be packed in central Belfast. * Dennis Taylor (the snooker player) has Ireland (Republic of Ireland) under his nationality but he is in the :Category:Natives of County Tyrone which is in Northern Ireland. I believe that this is correct and that therefore his nationality should be Northern Irish but I'm not certain. It seems like an obvious mistake which was why I thought there might be another reason behind it, e.g. dual nationality, Dennis's preference, etc., but there's no source to say if that is the case. If anyone knows that would be great. I've posted a message under Talk:Dennis Taylor so if you can clarify there if anyone finds something out that would be great and clear things up. In December 2005 Robert Boyd from Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland robbed a lingerie shop at knifepoint in Belfast while wearing a blonde ladies' wig. During his trial Boyd stated he was playing ''Shadowrun'', specifically the role of criminal elf Buho, at the time and may have "blurred reality and fantasy". Two jurors believed his story, but ten did not and he was convicted of robbery in March 2007. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
Jackson's parents lived in the village of Boneybefore, also in County Antrim. Their former house is preserved as the Andrew Jackson Centre and is open to the public. European Americans have a strong presence in the northwestern Ozarks and the central part of the state. African Americans live mainly in the southern and eastern parts of the state. Arkansans of Irish, English and German ancestry are mostly found in the far northwestern Ozarks near the Missouri border. Ancestors of the Irish in the Ozarks were chiefly Scotch-Irish (Ulster Scots people), Protestants from Northern Ireland, the Scottish (Scotland) lowlands and northern England part of the largest group of immigrants from Great Britain (Kingdom of Great Britain) and Ireland (Kingdom of Ireland) before the American Revolution. English (English American) and Scotch-Irish (Scotch-Irish American) immigrants settled throughout the backcountry of the South and in the more mountainous areas. Americans of English (English American) stock are found throughout the state. David Hackett Fischer, ''Albion's Seed: Four British Folkways in America'', New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, pp.633–639 A ''public school'' has opposite meanings in the two countries. In the US this is a government-owned institution supported by taxpayers. In England and Wales the term strictly refers to an ill-defined group of prestigious private independent school (Independent school (UK))s funded by students' fees, although it is often more loosely used to refer to any independent school. Independent schools are also known as ''private schools'', and the latter is the correct term in Scotland and Northern Ireland for all
there are certain fields of legislative competence devolved in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and London, there are substantive fields of law which apply across the United Kingdom. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
, it declined by more than 80% between 1966 and 2004; although populations in some areas—such as Northern Ireland—are stable or even increasing, those in other areas—mainly in England—declined even more sharply. The overall decline has been attributed to a loss of food-rich permanent pasture, leading to the low survival rates of young birds. British Trust for Ornithology: Starling<
residence in Northern Ireland of HM Queen Elizabeth II The Secretary of State combines two roles. He or she is the sovereign's representative, replacing the former Governor of Northern Ireland, and he or she is the Minister of the Crown with responsibility for governing Northern Ireland. and other members of the British Royal Family when they visit the region, as well as a guest house for prominent international visitors. From 1922 until 1972
Ormeau Avenue , Belfast The '''Ormeau Baths Gallery''' ('''OBG''') in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is one of Ireland's (Ireland) premier contemporary art spaces. It curated exhibitions by prominent international artists including; Yoko Ono, Gilbert & George, Victor Sloan, Bill Viola, Hans Peter Kuhn, Stan Douglas, David Byrne (David Byrne (musician)), Willie Doherty and Alastair MacLennan. The '''M3''' is an urban (urban area) motorway
series of ''Springwatch'' was broadcast from 29 May to 15 June 2006. Bill Oddie and Kate Humble again presented from the Fishleigh Estate farm, where more than 50 secret cameras were rigged up to film the day-to-day dramas of nesting birds including pied flycatchers, barn owls and dabchick (little grebe)s. The badgers only made a single live appearance in the whole three weeks. Pre-recorded films featured mole (Mole (animal))s, capercaillies and earwigs. On the Shetland Islands
leader_title4 Prime Minister (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) leader_name4 David Cameron leader_title5 Secretary of State (Secretary of State for Northern Ireland) leader_name5 Theresa Villiers sovereignty_type Devolution (History of Northern Ireland) established_event1 established_date1 3 May 1921 established_event2 established_date2 18 July 1973 established_event3 established_date3 17 July 1974 established_event4 established_date4 19 November 1998 legislature Northern Ireland Assembly area_rank area_magnitude 1 E10 area_km2 13,843 area_sq_mi 5,345 percent_water population_estimate 1,841,245 NISRA Population Clock population_estimate_rank population_estimate_year 2014 population_census 1,810,863 population_census_year 2011 population_density_km2 131 population_density_sq_mi 339 population_density_rank GDP_PPP_year 2011 GDP_PPP $45.22 billion GDP_PPP_per_capita $25197 GDP_nominal_year 2011 GDP_nominal $48.36 billion GDP_nominal_per_capita $25859 GDP_nominal_rank currency Pound sterling currency_code GBP country_code UKN time_zone GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) date_format dd mm yyyy (AD (Anno Domini)) drives_on left utc_offset ​ time_zone_DST BST (British Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +1 calling_code +44 (Telephone numbers in the United Kingdom) footnote_a Northern Ireland has no official language. The use of English has been established through precedent. Irish and Ulster Scots are officially recognised by the British Government as minority languages. footnote_b +44 is always followed by 28 when calling landlines. The code is 028 within the UK and 048 from the Republic of Ireland
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Northern Ireland was created in 1921, when Ireland was partitioned (Partition of Ireland) between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland by an act (Government of Ireland Act 1920) of the British parliament. Unlike Southern Ireland, which would become the Irish Free State in 1922, the majority of Northern Ireland's population were unionists (Unionism in Ireland) or loyalists (Ulster loyalism), who wanted to remain within the United Kingdom. Historically, Northern Ireland was marked by discrimination and hostility between these two communities in what Nobel Peace Prize-winner David Trimble called a "cold house" for Catholics. In the late 1960s, conflict between the two communities, and involving state forces, erupted into three decades of violence known as the Troubles, which claimed over 3,000 lives and caused over 50,000 casualties. Security and defense-related statistics. Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN) (Conflict Archive on the Internet) The Good Friday Agreement in 1998 was a major step in the peace process (Northern Ireland peace process) although sectarianism and religious segregation still remain major social problems.
Northern Ireland has historically been the most industrialised region of the island. After declining as a result of the political and social turmoil of the Troubles, and down by 1.2 percentage points over the year, Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Investment: Full Economic Overview, 15 October 2014 similar to the UK figure of 6.2%. The Guardian newspaper:UK unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 2008 financial crisis, 17 September 2014 58.2% of those unemployed had been unemployed for over a year.
Prominent artists and sports persons (Culture of Northern Ireland) from Northern Ireland include Van Morrison, Rory McIlroy, Joey Dunlop and George Best. Some from that part of the island prefer to identify as Irish (e.g., poet Seamus Heaney and actor Liam Neeson). Cultural links between Northern Ireland, the rest of Ireland, and the rest of the UK are complex, with Northern Ireland sharing both the culture of Ireland and the culture of the United Kingdom. In most sports, the island of Ireland fields a single team, a notable exception being association football. Northern Ireland competes separately (Northern Ireland at the Commonwealth Games) at the Commonwealth Games, and athletes from Northern Ireland may compete for either Great Britain (Great Britain at the Olympics) or Ireland (Ireland at the Olympics) at the Olympic Games.