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Archive | November, 2016

Dembele to fire Celtic to cup glory

The PG continued it’s winning run last weekend when we delivered another knockout blow to the bookies with a 25/1 winning acca. The winning didn’t stop there with a 11/1 double also banked in the draw trixie so another profitable weekend for our online followers and readers. We start with the weekend racing. The Hennessy Gold […]

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Twaddell closure won’t free up police officers after all

CLAIMS by the PSNI Chief Constable that policing the Twaddell Camp was causing a drain on resources have been called into question after it emerged its closure won’t lead to a better service. North Belfast Commander Stephen Burns has told the North Belfast News that although some savings would be made overall there’d be no […]

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Athens to Ardoyne: young philosophers celebrate Plato Day

Budding philosophers from Holy Cross Boys’ School marked World Philosophy Day on Thursday by exploring the life and teachings of Plato. The pioneering school includes philosophy in the curriculum and as a result World Philosophy Day is an increasingly important feature in the school’s calendar. This year Plato – the man credited with helping to […]

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Wizarding world of Potter is back for fans

  Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (12A) ★★★★★ Directed by: Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller & Colin Farrell What’s the story? It’s the 1920s and Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) has arrived in New York City with nothing but a suitcase. Unknown to the bustling sea of people tranversing the busy streets of Manhattan, Newt […]

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North heading for a nuclear disaster

  Arlene Foster is a conflicted woman. I don’t mean that she isn’t interested in conflict – as leader of the DUP, Conflict is her middle name. Her predecessors took a similar line. Ian Paisley promoted conflict with the same zeal he brought to denouncing the Catholic faith; and who could forget Peter Robinson’s remarks […]

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Keeping your eyes peeled for a special winter visitor

WHEN most people are throwing another sod of turf on the fire and wrapping themselves in extra-thick jumpers, our whitewashed hills cast a magnetic-like spell on Dúlra. They’ll call him like a homing pigeon and he’ll find himself slipping on the waterboots, grabbing the walking stick and binoculars and heading to places others find inhospitable. […]

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