Niall McGinn looks set to leave Aberdeen
It looks like the end of an era as Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn gets set to exit Pittodrie after five magnificent years with his contract ending at the close of the season.
McGinn has been one of the the Don's top performers since Craig Brown signed him from Celtic in 2012. McGinn from Donaghmore, who scored at Euro 2016 and has more than fifty international caps to his name, helped Aberdeen to win the 2014 League Cup and has played a key role in them becoming Scotland’s second force and European regulars.
McGinn, now a free agent is believed to have options in Scotland, England and further afield although the English Championship is believed to be his preferred choice.
Prime Grade A office space has become available at one of Belfast’s premier office buildings, Adelaide Exchange.
The Belfast Celtic Society museum at the Park Centre on the Donegall Road in Belfast was the venue on Thursday 5th October as Michael Pollock was reunited with a prized medal belonging to his grandfather Billy Pollock, former right-half for Belfast Celtic.
If you’re a Celtic fan, mark this date in your dairy – Saturday 2nd September.
26 West Bar and Grill, located on the first floor of the Kennedy Centre beside Omniplex Cinema, is hosting a Sunday Funday on Sunday 20th August from 2-4pm.
Evolve CPA recently hosted Scottish entrepreneur Marie Macklin CBE as she visited Belfast ahead of announcing plans to bring the HALO urban regeneration business park to the city.
The Park Centre held a Féile Community Fun Day on Saturday 12th August from 12-3pm, and it
was a roaring success!
McGeowns Estate Agents are delighted to introduce three brand new developments to the Dunmurry, Craigavon and Finaghy areas.
Niall McGinn today completed a move to Gwangju FC in South Korea, becoming the first Irishman ever to have signed for a Korean club.
In 1932 the Sisters of Mercy, against the backdrop of inadequate general hospital provision, discerned a need for nursing care and rehabilitation for aged and infirm persons within the community
Holy Trinity Primary School recently held their annual prize-giving ceremony which was attended by pupils, parents, teachers, members of the Board of Governors and representatives from Park Centre.