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Barney Roy to upset Guineas favourite Churchill

• Weekend Racing IT was winners galore last week for the PG as we hit six winners in last week’s Andersonstown News and North Belfast Newa and countless winners on our Facebook and Twitter social media outlets where we delivered a 72/1 winning trixie on Thursday night along with 20/1, 19/1 and 9/1 doubles on Friday […]

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Mark goes on the trail on mammoth fundraiser

A YOUNG father from Belfast is taking on the challenge of a lifetime in a bid to raise over £4,000 for local cancer charity, a second time around. After trekking the Great Wall of China in aid Cancer Fund for Children (CFC) in 2013, Mark Mead is lacing up his hiking boots once again to […]

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Kids are dicing with death on the RVH roofs

SECURITY staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital say it’s only a matter of time before there is a fatality as young people continue to gain access to the hospital’s rooftops. Youths ranging in age from nine years to early teens are dicing with death on a daily basis as they jump from roof to roof […]

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Parties react to snap general election

AFTER yesterday’s surprise move by Prime Minister Theresa May to call a general election, political leaders here have been reacting to the prospect of a fourth visit to the polls in just over a year. Talks to save devolution stalled before Easter with hopes of a deal fading and the prospect of a Westminster election […]

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Tributes paid to West Belfast dad

TRIBUTES have been paid to a West Belfast father who died after his car collided with a lorry in Crumlin yesterday (Monday) morning. Manuel Caddell had been driving around 10.50am when his Audi collided with the back of a lorry at the junction of Nutts Corner Road and Manse Road. The lorry driver was unharmed […]

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Gold Cup form could be the National key

THE world’s greatest betting race takes place this weekend. Yes, folks, we can only be talking about the Grand National. A total of 40 runners will go to post at 5.15pm on Saturday for the most exciting race in the world. Everybody and their granny has a bet in the National and our usual sound […]

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