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Tricolour erected atop building site at Pate’s Lane

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A Tricolour has been erected atop a crane at a building site in Coleraine.

The site is located on the Hazelebank Road, at the top of Pate’s Lane in the Heights area of the town.

Inspector Peter Duncan said: “Police have received a number of reports about the erection of flags in the Pates Lane area of Coleraine on the evening of Wednesday 16 March. Officers continue to work closely with community representatives to resolve the issues associated with flags in the area.”

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