An exhibition of posters depicting the major events in Northern Ireland over the last thirty years opens at the Linen Hall Library in Belfast.

The exhibition reflects both sides of the conflict and is accompanied by a a book and CD.

While commemorating the pain and sacrifice made by so many, the collection also incorporates the Northern humour which has kept many sane through troubled times.

Librarian at the Linen Hall Yvonne Murphy makes reference to the war on the walls and lampposts. 

Cedric Wilson of the 'Ulster Says No' campaign believes the exhibition will be of major interest both in Ireland and internationally. It is expected that the exhibition will be viewed by thousands in Belfast before moving on to London, Paris, Dublin and the US.

An RTÉ News report by Declan McBennett broadcast on 15 October 2001.