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On the ready for more festival clues this weekend

We have  just under four weeks to go to Cheltenham 2017 and festival fever is already starting to hit local punters. A few betting clues were got at the weekend for a few festival races and the mighty Alitor is now 3-1 on with Sean Graham for the Arkle after sauntering home at Newbury. On the same […]

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Tickets on Sale for the Sean Graham CPN17

TICKETS NOW ON SALE:  With just under 4 weeks to go to Cheltenham 2017, local layers Sean Graham have put their tickets on sale for there prestigious preview night on Monday, March 6 at the Europa Hotel. Tickets are £10 and remember, that includes a free £5 matched bet and are available at all their outlets. Brian Graham […]

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Thoughtless car owners prompt a tightening of parking bye-law

EXTRA parking restrictions are to be implemented on the Hightown Road in Glengormley after complaints that inconsiderate drivers are forcing wheelchair users off the footpath. Last week Hightown man Martin McGurk, who has cerebral palsy, spoke of how he had to take a half-mile detour to get home in the evenings because drivers are parking […]

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North Belfast schoolkids urged go to the next level

LOCAL Young people were invited to the University of Ulster on Friday to take part in workshops that it is hoped will increase the number of working class schoolkids applying to college. Pupils from Edmund Rice College were among a number of schools to be given the chance to meet professors and get stuck into […]

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INLA fired shots at flat after row over car damage

The INLA were behind a weekend gun attack on a flat in Bawnmore that came in the wake of a dispute over money. But the man who lives in the flat is not the person in dispute with the organisation, the Belfast Media Group understands. On Sunday night at around 8.45pm two shots were fired […]

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It’s lights, camera, action at St Malachy’s

In 20 years time there’s a good chance the Irish film industry north and south will be dominated by St Malachy’s College pupils. That’s because the school has been one of the pioneers in taking on the Moving Image modules as part of their art course and the boys have been so successful that moves […]

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