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Children in Need 2018: More than £900k raised in Northern Ireland

BBC News Saturday, 17 November 2018
Children in Need 2018: More than £900k raised in Northern IrelandThe money raised during Friday's live programme will be given to a number of projects helping young people across Northern Ireland.
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