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The bonfire, at the leisure centre car park in East Belfast, went ahead after the council pulled back from sending in contractors to dismantle it.
Spectators at The Old Coventrians Rugby Club's fireworks display got more fire than was bargained for when the wind caught the bonfire carrying flames over to nearby trees.
Bonfire Night falls on a Monday this year, meaning many events have opted to host the celebrations over the weekend rather than on the night itself.
Oliver Goldberg said: "It looks awful, and Bonfire Night isn't even for another week.
Whether you're after a huge bonfire, a dazzling fireworks display or a family funfair, you won't have to go too far to find the perfect bonfire night for you, your friends or your family.
Both events will take place on Saturday night, with Nuneaton's bonfire being held on the field next to the Jubilee Sports Centre and Bedworth's at the Miners Welfare Park.
Putting the wrong thing in your bonfire could land you a fine of up to [pounds sterling]50,000, the Environment Agency has warned.
Facebook has begun quietly testing its new group chat app called Bonfire. The app is currently only available in Denmark and users can invite other people to join their Bonfire chats through the Messenger app.
13 March 2017 - Oregon, US-based marketing agency Bonfire Marketing has acquired Oregon, US-based digital agency Response Capture to add demand generation and marketing automation skills to its offerings, the company said.
tHOUSANDS of firework lovers turned out at events across Wales last night to watch the skies light up for Bonfire Night.
TRIBUTES have been paid to one of the stalwarts who made Skinningrove's famous bonfire roar.
Portland, OR, September 30, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Bonfire Outerwear released the full movie and first installation of its anticipated Free Range video series.