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New mango packing shed comes online in katherine southerland shop BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A packed-up pineapple, mango, pineapple and pineapple fruit farm, from the south of Ireland, is being installed at the home of a south Belfast local. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/mango-packaging-shed-comes-online-in-katherine-southerland-shop-30257835.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article30177751.ece/f6f57/AUTOCROP/h342/mango-picker.jpg

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A packed-up pineapple, mango, pineapple and pineapple fruit farm, from the south of Ireland, is being installed at the home of a south Belfast local.

The plant was built by one of the local families and it will soon deliver to a new location.

The family, who are based in the small village of Clarendon, said they chose Clarendon because of the proximity to the existing sugarcane fields.

It is only a short drive from the new sugar cane fields, as well as an existing school.

Mrs Mandy Fergus, 55, said: "There's plenty of space here but the farm will be right next door. It's very close.

"When we were growing this new mango plantation in the 1970s, the fields were not very nice, they were just a bit bare. The whole area was covered with sugar cane and was just bare in many places and so for those years the farm was just a few acres.

"We took it back to a rural climate and it just grew to where it is now.

"That's the difference. We've got quite a nice garden here and I'm very much looking forward to taking the place with our family.

"I'm quite glad we chose Clarendon because we have lovely, nice farming. There's plenty of grass and there's a huge range of animals here. We're looking forward to starting work on it.

"We didn't start planting in the small patch on the right now but, of course, we will get there when the first fruit arrives - possibly in May and probably about a year from now."

Mrs Fergus, who works as a carpenter, said the family would have to hire people to work the fields and they would have to pay to get a permit to graze on the land.

She said: "We're doing a lot of research, it's really quite complicated, I've not really looked at all the technical side of things, the permit
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Bieber seeks jackson like fame

When news broke last month that the actor's wife, Angelina Jolie, is dating fellow Pittsboro State grad and longtime friend James Brolin, the response to the news were swift and almost universal.

And while Jolie took a few shots at Pittsboro State in her opening address last week, Jolie didn't take no for an answer.

"You are the epitome of a family man and it's unfortunate that the whole world is focusing on you and not me. But look at where we are now," she said.

The pair, now married, met in 1996 while traveling together in Europe. Jolie eventually moved to England to pursue acting.

"It's one of the last things you want to do," Jolie explained of her decision to marry her friend, who also attended Pittsboro State as a sophomore.

Jolie noted that she did not seek Pittsboro State for the fame that followed her husband during the Pitt star's playing of a struggling actor.

"I didn't want to do it for money or fame," she said. "I didn't know where I was headed to."

She added: "There are so many people who have done the greatest things with such little money that they don't deserve any money. There's no need to prove it."

Jolie, who married Brolin in 2013, said she didn't plan to speak out on Jolie's wedding on her own, but wanted to take a few shots.

"I did not think the entire world was going to see the picture. It's funny to be up here speaking out today. I hope the world sees you and sees that this is a beautiful person, a talented individual, who just happens to love her work. She did it by choice. She didn't need to do anything for it."

Pittsboro State's football team, now coached by former Pitt assistant David Cutcliffe, reached its first bowl game in 18 years.