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Bring on Tyrone

July 31, 2017 

All-Ireland SFC Round 4B Quallifier Armagh 1-17 Kildare 0-17

Armagh players and management have rightly earned the plaudits and the right to bask in the glories of their wonderful performance at Croke Park on Saturday in eliminating Kildare 1-17 to 0-17 but because of the 6 day turn around and a crack at the reigning Ulster champions Tyrone next Saturday they will not be resting on their laurels. Read more

Warrenpoint Harbour strikes new £multi-million deal with Seatruck Ferries

July 31, 2017 

A new multi-million pound contract extension has been agreed between Warrenpoint Harbour Authority (WHA) and Dublin-based freight specialist Seatruck Ferries.  The 10 year deal follows extensive investment in the port facilities in the seaside town, including a recent £1.3m capital dredging campaign.   The harbour authority hope the new freight contract will secure its position as the north’s second busiest port for freight. Read more

Issue 1268 – Flashbacks

July 31, 2017 

‘Criminal vigilantes’ blamed for Keady shooting attack

July 24, 2017 

A gun attack on a business premises in Keady on Friday evening has been described as a vigilante attack carried out to intimidate and incite fear, local politicians have claimed. Read more

Stage debut for Crossmaglen teenager

July 24, 2017 

A Crossmaglen teenager is set to make his stage debut this week in the An Tain Arts Centre in Dundalk. Read more

Police investigate sheep kill link

July 24, 2017 

Police investigating a recent spate of horrific attacks on sheep in the Ballyholland area say they are examining a possible link with similar attacks carried out in County Armagh two years ago. Read more

Village Plan proposals offer greater economic potential for Newtown

July 24, 2017 

Newry Mourne and Down District Council has been urged to implement suggestions put forward by residents and businesses in Newtownhamilton when devising the Village Plan for the area. Read more

Art student sets off on Border run protest

July 24, 2017 

An Art student who has embarked on a 200 mile run along the border to protest against the effects of Brexit on the Irish border will arrive in Crossmaglen this Thursday evening (27th July) before setting off on the final leg of her gruelling long durational run on Friday morning.  Read more

European Silver for Cyclist Murphy

July 24, 2017 

Cycling star JB Murphy has enhanced his growing reputation by winning a silver medal in the Men’s Junior Elimination Race in the UEC Junior and U23 Track European Championships held at he Sangalhos Velodrome in Anadia, Portugal. Read more

Carlingford Ferry makes maiden voyage

July 24, 2017 

A new cross border ferry service linking Co Louth and Co Down finally made its maiden voyage on Friday after severe weather conditions threatened to scupper any hopes of it setting sail. Read more

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