North Down


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North Down

a district of E Northern Ireland, in Co. Down. Pop.: 77 110 (2003 est.). Area: 82 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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While in the other semi at Strangford Road there was a classic finish between Downpatrick and cup holders North Down.
Copy to: (i) The District Commander's Office, Police Service of Northern Ireland, 36-40 John Street, Newtownards,, BT23 4LX (ii) The District Commander's Office, Police Service of Northern Ireland, 1-5 Castle Park Avenue, Bangor, BT20 4BN (iii) Ards & North Down Borough Council, Town Hall, The Castle, Bangor, BT20 4BT
Councillor Peacocke, who is now in her second term on the council, stood in the Assembly elections in 2003 and only missed out on one of the six North Down seats by a handful of votes.
Tensions there had soared after police officers carried out a series of raids in the North Down area.
21 seconds at the North Down Games in Northern Ireland last night He finished well clear of his nearest challenger, Dmitro Glushenko of the Ukraine, who clocked 10.
Apart from all-rounder McCallan, local cricket is well represented in the side - with Strabane's Peter Gillespie, Andrew White, Instonians' capture from North Down, and Waringstown's wicket keeper Jonathan Bushe in the line-up.
Mr Neeson's decision to stand down came just six days after the appointment of North Down Assembly Member Eileen Bell as deputy leader on Saturday.
The Italian mainland extends from the Alps in the north down through a 500-mile peninsula stretching southwards into the Mediterranean Sea.
ii) The district council at Ards and North Down, Town Hall, The Castle, Bangor, BT20 4BT
As mentioned by John Riddle in a report in your edition of March 3, the A696 road into Otterburn coming north down Cross Bank is very dangerous to say the least.
North Down earned its nickname because of the number of rich people living in mansions in the area.

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