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Síomha scoops top provincial prize in Sean-Nós singing

February 18, 2019 

A young pupil of Gaelscoil Phádraig Naofa, Crossmaglen has beaten off stiff competition to win one of the most prestigious prizes in the traditional art of sean-nós singing in Ulster. Read more

Iconic Bessbrook tram replica set for display at Newry Train Station

February 18, 2019 

A beautifully restored full scale replica of the Newry to Bessbrook Tram, originally mooted to be installed as an art piece in the centre of the Camlough Road Roundabout in Newry, is now expected to be put in place at Newry Train Station, due to fears over the potential for vandalism at the busy bypass junction.   Read more

Court appearance for memorial attack accused

February 18, 2019 

 A lorry driver who has been accused of causing damage to the Narrow Water memorial is expected to have the charge formally put to him later this week. Read more

Fortress Athletic Grounds

February 18, 2019 

 ● Allianz National league Division 2 Round 4 Armagh v Tipperary

League football as always is very unpredictable but the saving grace for all counties when it comes to promotion or relegation has been their home form. Division Two had been earmarked as the most competitive of all of the 4 divisions and with only a 3 point differential between top and bottom of the table following 3 rounds of fixtures that prediction is proving true thus far. Read more

Accidents prompt further appeals for school route to be salted

February 18, 2019 

 A number of accidents on Monday morning last have prompted a local councillor to reiterate his appeal to have a school route included in the roads network winter gritting schedule. Read more

Council pledges additional £50k for flagship Pride Festival

February 18, 2019 

Newry Mourne and Down District Council has pledged an extra £50,000 of funding to support the planning and delivery of the UK and Ireland Pride Festival to be held in Newry this August. Read more

Is Brea Liom

February 18, 2019 

First and foremost, I wish to correct myself. In my last article, I recalled an anecdote about a particular Monaghan referee with the surname of McEneaney.  Read more

Legendary GAA coach sudden passing

February 18, 2019 

Legendary GAA coach John Morrison whose sudden passing not only rocked the entire GAA fraternity but impacted on many more sport coaches, who had huge admiration for one of life’s gentlemen who was highly respected for his innovative and positive approach. Read more

Investigation against sex abuse accused will take ‘some time’

February 18, 2019 

 The police probe into allegations of sex abuse against Crossmaglen man Thomas McKenna is so large that it is expected to take a considerable amount of time to fully investigate, a court has heard. Read more

Issue 1346 – Flashbacks

February 18, 2019 

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