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Armagh Championship – Champions Maghery see off Cross

August 28, 2017 

The big game of round two of the Armagh Senior Championship was the meeting of champions Maghery and Crossmaglen Rangers and it produced a bizarre game at the Athletic Grounds. Read more

Superbites vying for Fish and Chip Shop of the Year award

August 28, 2017 

Local takeaway Superbites is one of six finalists in the north who are vying for the coveted title of Fish and Chip Shop of the Year at the prestigious national awards. Read more

Issue 1272 – Schools GCSE Results

August 28, 2017 

Issue 1272 – Flashbacks

August 28, 2017 

 

Issue 1272 – Opening of Glassdrummond Wild Life Park

August 28, 2017 

Translink’s financial ‘black hole’ must not hit local rail services

August 28, 2017 

SDLP Assembly Member for Newry and Armagh Justin McNulty says the reported “black hole” in Translink’s finances must not impact local and cross border rail services.  Read more

Gang attacks teenage girls with bleach

August 21, 2017 

A disturbing assault on two young girls which took place in Newry last Monday night has sent shockwaves throughout the city. Read more

Camlough woman caught up in Barcelona horror

August 21, 2017 

A journalist from Camlough who narrowly avoided being caught up in the Barcelona terror attack is back on home ground after her terrifying ordeal.  Read more

Brexit paper ‘breathtakingly pointless’ – Justin McNulty

August 21, 2017 

SDLP Assembly Member for Newry and Armagh Justin McNulty MLA has branded the British Government’s Paper on the Border Region as “breathtakingly pointless” and has challenged the Brexit Secretary David Davis to visit the Border Region “to grasp just how ridiculous the Government’s proposals are.” Read more

‘We need to develop more Irish-British ties ahead of Brexit’ – Irish Chief Whip Joe McHugh

August 21, 2017 

The Irish government’s Chief Whip Joe McHugh, TD, says he believes many British politicians want to protect the peace process and he insists more bridges need to be built between Irish and British politicians ahead of Brexit. Read more

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