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Teenager’s death ‘a tragic accident’

July 28, 2009 


The death of a teenager in Newry at the weekend has been described as a tragic accident. Read more

Runaway lorry crashes into garden wall

July 28, 2009 


A Newry family had a narrow escape on Thursday afternoon when a runaway lorry crashed through their garden wall, coming to a stop just inches from their living room window. Read more

Swine flu fears for Down Minors

July 28, 2009 


Twenty squad members of the Down GAA minor panel are feared to have been hit by the swine flu pandemic after a number of the players developed symptoms this week. Read more

New map offers fresh hope to Armstrong family

July 28, 2009 


New information passed to experts searching for the body of missing Crossmaglen man, Charles Armstrong, is being described as a major breakthrough in the case and has given fresh hope to his family. Read more

Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills at The Bank Newry on Saturday 1 August

July 28, 2009 


The legend that is Scott Mills of Radio 1 fame will be making his first appearance in N. Ireland for many years at The Bank Newry on Saturday 1 August. Read more

Who did it? Who’s Next?

July 28, 2009 


One would think from the heading that it was a game of Cluedo or some other board game that was being talked about, not so, it is the Armagh Senior football team that the questions are being asked about in the wake of the resignation of team manager Peter McDonnell. Read more

Bradley welcomes new information on Armstrong case

July 28, 2009 


SDLP MLA Dominic Bradley welcomed the news of more information becoming available which could be helpful in recovering Mr Armstrong’s remains. Read more

Issue 866 – O’Rourke 40th birthday Party

July 28, 2009 

Minor title lifts the gloom

July 22, 2009 


Armagh 1-8 Down 1-5

Hundreds of jobs returned to Newry call centre

July 21, 2009 


The Newry based teleperformance call centre has secured a large contract from the Swine flu helpline. It means that all those who had previously been laid off by the loss of Setanta and Eflow’s contracts have now been offered their jobs back.  Read more

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