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Dorsey duo conquer Kilimanjaro for KBRT

July 22, 2019 

Two Dorsey men have spoken of their “amazing adventure” having conquered the world’s highest free-standing mountain in a grueling charity fundraising climb.

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Burglars ransack house and steal car

July 22, 2019 

Opportunistic thieves ransacked a house before making off with the family car during a robbery in Art McCooey Park, Glassdrummond on Saturday.

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Brave Ellen completes US trial vaccine treatment

July 22, 2019 

Little Ellen Traynor has returned to her Bessbrook home having completed her initial clinical trial vaccine treatment in New York.

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HSE to probe tragic death at Warrenpoint Port

July 22, 2019 

By Diarmuid Pepper

 An inquiry will be launched into the death of a worker at Warrenpoint Harbour on Thursday afternoon. 

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Membership boost helps First Responders’ expansion

July 22, 2019 

By Diarmuid Pepper

The south Armagh area has received a huge boost with news that the Crossmaglen Community First Responders are able to expand their response radius thanks to an increase in membership. 

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Sympathies extended to bereaved councillor

July 22, 2019 

 Condolences have been extended to Slieve Gullion Sinn Fein councillor Roisin Mulgrew on the sad passing of her husband Maurice.

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Children dicing with death playing on railway line

July 22, 2019 

Police have issued a warning after children were reported to have been playing on and around the railway lines.

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Addiction charity urges planning approval for service station

July 22, 2019 

This week the Council’s planning department will reconsider an application for the construction of a service station on the site of the Good Shepherd Convent on Newry’s Armagh Road.

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Tory PM Contenders rule out Backstop at Border

July 22, 2019 

By Ryan Morgan

Both remaining candidates for British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, have ruled out a backstop along the Irish border. Speaking at one of the final debates of their campaigns, the Conservative rivals committed to hardening their stances on the Irish border question, a position that will likely induce a no-deal Brexit.

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Victims’ brother’s delight at Glenanne Gang ruling

July 8, 2019 

 by Diarmúid Pepper

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a full and independent investigation into alleged collusion between the security services and the loyalist Glenanne gang must be held.

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