Weekly Updates

Top 7 at 7am
3rd April 2017
1. An Evening with AP McCoy

AP McCoy is undoubtedly one of the greatest sports people we have ever seen. He absolutely dominated horse racing for 20 years and you can hear from the man himself about his incredible career at a very special fundraising dinner in Belfast City Hall on the 21st April. An Evening with Sir Tony McCoy has been organised by the Children’s Heartbeat Trust to raise money for the new Children’s Heart Centre at the RBHSC. You can still get tickets by contacting lynn@childrensheartbeattrust.org.

2. Everybody’s Talking

So the deadline came and went, and now we have a new phase of the talks kicking off this morning. The outstanding issues haven’t changed, so all parties will arrive at Stormont knowing what has to be done, but the Secretary of State has rejected calls for an independent chair. The two week talks takes us up to Easter. Does that sound familiar?

3. Morning Mixer

Thursday sees the latest in the NI Chamber of Commerce networking events. This time in the E3 campus of Belfast Met on the Springfield Road, where hundreds of representatives of business from right across NI will meet up to hear from Brian Brannigan of Linwoods Health Foods. We’ll be there, so look out for us.

4. Guitar Hero

Six string enthusiasts will flock to Ards this week for the annual guitar festival. It’s much more than just a few guys singing about lost love with a few minor chords, the Ards Guitar Festival cerebrates so much about the instrument, including classical guitar performances, as well as looking at the instrument itself, with tours of Avalon Guitar and a talk from George Lowden.

5. MusicTown

All the music fun isn't confined to the Ards peninsula this weekend. In Dublin the streets are often filled with music, which is why MusicTown is an apt title for the events that will take place over ten days from Friday. Now in its third year, MusicTown 2017 boasts John Prine, Bronagh Gallagher, Our Lady’s Choir present Handel’s Messiah and The Fureys.

6. Out, out, out

Brexit was formally triggered last week, as Theresa May penned a letter setting out the stall for the UK. Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, responded by setting out the position of the other 27 states, and now the next two years will see intense negotiation on the key issues. But some in the UK are already setting themselves to go to war over Gibraltar.

7. Fore!

The first Masters on the Golfing calendar brings fans to the beautiful Augusta golf course in Georgia. The course is a real challenge, even for the very best players on the tour, and it always throws up a few surprises. Last year Englishman Danny Willet shocked everyone with his win, which made him the first European winner since José María Olazábal in 1999.

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