Now it has been reported Lough Neagh
Co-operative workers were assaulted as they tried to retrieve it on Wednesday.
The four charities who will receive funding are Community Rescue, Foyle Search and Rescue, Lagan Search and Rescue and Lough Neagh
66) The Lord Chancellor noted that much of the argument had been devoted to the question of whether Lough Neagh
was subject to the public right to fish but he did not think that question was properly before the Court.
Ice cover is rare or only intermittent in Lough Neagh
and Loch Leven (Lyle, 1981).
In 1978, Topic Records issued an album, On the Shores of Lough Neagh
(12TS372), which featured the singing of Geordie Hanna on one side and Sarah Ann on the other.
3rd race: 1 Lough Neagh
(Britta Tappendorf, Ali Jan, Gary Hind); 2 Aathaar (Rashid A Rahman Al Jassmi, Omar Alnesef, Adnan Jaffar); 3 Fender (Bouresly Racing Syndicate, Fadhel Al Asfoor, Zuhair Majeed); 4 Like A Tigress (Kameel A Jalil Al Mallah, Ramzi Al Baqlawa, Gerald Avranche).
Ten years ago, on the western banks of Lough Neagh
, a couple of thousand dance music fans gathered for Northern Ireland's first outdoor music festival.
Finally, "An Irish Symphony" (1904) arrives in four movements, with the suggestive names "On the Shores of Lough Neagh
," "The FairDay," "In the Antrim Hills," and "The Twelfth Night.
The 10 year overall eel catch average in Lough Neagh
(2006-2015) of 386 tonnes is 33% less than the previous 10 year eel catch average (1996-2005) of 575 tonnes.
Mohaghan, a 17-year-old from Neagh
in Ireland, who was an apprentice to Mick Halford, said afterwards: "I couldn't have asked for a better start to my first season in the UAE.
Built in 1841, the Ulster Canal linked the Erne system and the Shannon with Lough Neagh
ANSWERS: 1 Lough Neagh
, Northern Ireland' 2 Charlie Chaplin' 3 The Punic Wars' 4 The speed of the film' 5 Hand' 6 Stop' 7 Through The Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll' 8 Bodmin' 9 The Liver Birds' 10 Jodhpurs.