crossexaminer.co.uk

Newspaper for Crossmaglen, South Armagh, Newry and Down.

Month: August 2015

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

Parish grieves loss of inspirational teenager

Seldom has the loss of someone so young left an entire community feeling as bereft as that in Dromintee following the tragic death of Peter Hughes on Sunday last.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Trust to appoint permanent Treatment Room Nurse in Crossmaglen

After weeks of concerted campaigning by the community and local medical staff to secure adequate healthcare provision for the area, The Examiner can reveal that a permanent Treatment Room Nurse for Crossmaglen is to be appointed by the end of…

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Entire community united in grief

Despite his tender years, Peter Hughes has undoubtedly left a lasting legacy with those who knew him best.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

Green light for Paediatric Centre of Excellence at Daisy Hill

Daisy Hill Hospital is set to receive a multi million pound investment in services for children and young people after planning permission was approved for a new Paediatric Centre of Excellence based at the Newry hospital.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Human trafficking charge

A 33-year-old man has been charged in connection with an investigation into incidents of alleged human trafficking in the south Armagh area.

Sports

Armagh relishing showdown with Dublin

Richard Bullick Armagh will face Cork in a repeat of their only previous All Ireland final if they can defeat Dublin in Saturday’s semi at Parnell Park (5pm). The champions, going for their fifth title on the trot, avenged their…

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

Repatriation trust receives unprecedented fundraising boost

The Newry based Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust (KBRT) has received an unprecedented donation from the family and friends of a young Cavan man who lost his life in a car accident in New Zealand in January.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Transport NI accused of‘abandoning rural communities’

The body responsible for carrying out essential road improvements and repairs has been accused of “abandoning rural communities” by Sinn Féin councillor Terry Hearty after it was revealed that projects in Crossmaglen, which were previously considered a priority, have now…

Sports

‘T-Met’ Armagh Football Championships 2015

St Pat’s bow out of Championship Granemore 1-11 St.Patrick’s, Cullyhanna 0-13