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# Marching Season

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# Marching Season
The 12th of July is being promoted as a tourist attraction - so we went to follow the parade
There’s an ongoing effort to re-brand the North’s marching season. But is it working?
# Marching Season
Unionists condemn 'evil' Swastika flown near Loyalist bonfire
The incident came one day after graffiti threatening to “crucify” Catholics in Belfast.
# the twelfth
The Orange Order distances itself from potential disruption tomorrow
The grand secretary of the Orange Order has said the organisation has made a “massive effort” to ensure tomorrow’s celebrations pass off peacefully.
# Northern Ireland
Hopes of getting through marching season 'without public disorder on our streets'
Unionist parties walked out of Stormont over a decision on a contentious parade route earlier this week.
# Northern Ireland
Blast bombs thrown by masked men, tyres set on fire in Belfast
The US Vice President has expressed his concerns about the violence to Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness.
# Northern Ireland
Water cannon used against Belfast rioters as petrol bombs thrown at police
The Orange Order has called for calm on the city’s streets.
# Marching Season
Ardoyne parade banned as Northern Ireland readies for 'Twelfth'
Almost 50 parades described as “sensitive” as PSNI calls up additional support.
# Northern Ireland
PSNI: 'Un-notified processions must now come to an end'
The Chief Constable of the PSNI, Matt Baggott, also said that Public Processions Act did not act as a suitable deterrent.
Voices
Column: Surely Loyalist marchers want a better image than this?
The violence during parades in Belfast last weekend have David McCann pondering the need for Unionism to appeal to Catholics as well as Protestants.
# Derry
Martin McGuinness condemns violence in Derry
Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister has called yesterday’s violence in Derry “unacceptable” and challenged those involved “to come out and try and defend the incidents”.