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Shot fired and couple injured in Killean robbery

January 26, 2010 


by Brónagh Murphy

A Killean couple sustained significant injuries when they attempted to fend off intruders to their home on Friday night. Read more

‘Despicable’ robbery of Newry pensioner

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The robbery of an elderly woman in Newry has been described as ‘absolutely despicable.’ Read more

Hit-and-run arrest

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

As part of their investigation into a hit-and-run incident in Mullaghbawn, police have confirmed that an arrest has been made. Read more

Weapons seized during police raid of halting site

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

Police seized a number of firearms in a swoop on a halting site occupied by members of the Travelling community on the outskirts of Newry on Thursday. Read more

Down through – Armagh out

January 26, 2010 


A hat-trick of wins continues the unbeaten start for Down manager James McCartan and puts his team through to a Barrett Sports Lighting McKenna Cup semi-final with Donegal but a second defeat for his Armagh counterpart Paddy O’Rourke means that Armagh are out of the competition. Read more

Fergal selected for Special Ulster Team

January 26, 2010 


by Brónagh Murphy

Following outstanding success in his chosen sport, a young Culloville swimmer has been selected for Team Ulster in the Special Olympics National Games. Read more

Criticism levelled at patient ambulance service

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Patient Care Service has come under criticism from a local man after his wife waited hours on an ambulance which failed to turn up. Read more

Superb Scór success for Silverbridge

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

Silverbridge Harps GFC has been a part of Scór since the competition was first introduced into the GAA calendar in 1969.   Read more

Issue 891 – Armagh v Fermanagh.

January 26, 2010 

Decision on security measures delays ATM replacement

January 26, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

Following the ATM robbery from the Bank of Ireland in Crossmaglen last weekend, the bank has moved to allay fears that the future of the service in the town may be in doubt. Read more

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