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Newspaper for Crossmaglen, South Armagh, Newry and Down.

Month: September 2018

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

The sky’s the limit for Cúig with airline sponsorship boost

With their musical career rocketing, the sky is (literally) the limit for young Trad band Cúig, having secured sponsorship from the country’s premier airline, Aer Lingus.

Sports

Joe Kernan inducted to GAA Hall of Fame

Given his massive contribution to the GAA as an Administrator, Manager and Player is it fitting that Joe Kernan of Crossmaglen Rangers and Armagh fame has been bestowed the ultimate GAA Honour, with induction into the Hall of Fame for…

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

‘Urgent’ need for new CT scanner in Daisy Hill

There exists an urgent need for a new CT Scanner in Daisy Hill Hospital after reports that the current machine had been rendered out of service twice within a recent short period, The Examiner has learned.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

Council contracts must be within reach of local businesses: Byrne

In the wake of a recent training session for councillors on Procurement procedures for contracts offered by Newry Mourne and Down District Council, SDLP Councillor Pete Byrne has called for increased support for small local businesses to access such projects…

Sports

Crossmaglen Rangers are Intermediate Camogie Champions

ARMAGH CAMOGIE INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP Crossmaglen Rangers 1-10 St Brigid’s 2-4 Crossmaglen Rangers are the 2018 Armagh Camogie Intermediate Champions following a hard fought very entertaining final against St Brigid’s which ended in a 1-10 to 2-4 victory.

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Issue 1323 – Pride in Newry

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Issue 1323 – Flashbacks

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