On Monday last, detectives from the PSNI’s Organised Crime Unit conducted nine searches across the Newry and South Armagh area, which they later said was in connection with the recent spate of ATM thefts.
Last week marked another major milestone for little Ellen Trainor from Bessbrook as she commenced nursery school.
By Diarmúid Pepper Flight cancellations are enough to ruin any trip, particularly one involving many school children. However, that exact scenario did little to dampen the spirits of Year 10 students from St Paul’s High School in Bessbrook, during their…
The nostalgic musings of well-known Camlough personality and GAA broadcaster Damian McCullough achieved national fame recently, when his story was published in one of the country’s most popular magazines, ‘Ireland’s Own’.
Reports from medical experts remain outstanding in the case of a man accused of raping a two-week-old baby, Newry Magistrates Court has heard.
By Kieran Lynch Having passed away tragically following a collision on the A1 dual carriageway last year, Karl Heaney’s family and friends have organised a charity match which will take place in Ballyholland Harps GAC this Saturday (18th May) to…
Distressing details of the 1971 murder of a south Armagh man at the hands of the British Army’s Parachute Regiment have emerged during the inquest into the Ballymurphy massacre, currently being heard in Belfast.
A PSNI officer had “no choice” but to produce his gun during a pursuit as police attempted to apprehend a woman who was observed driving dangerously, a court has heard.