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Opportunistic burglars target family home

March 30, 2010 


by Brónagh Murphy

A Silverbridge family has been left counting the cost after heartless thieves targeted their home. Read more

Armagh awake from Slumber in time

March 30, 2010 


N.F.L. Division Two Armagh 1-15 Tipperary 2-08 Read more

Newry-born Bishop resigns over mishandling of abuse

March 30, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The resignation of the Newry-born Bishop of Cloyne, John Magee, has been accepted by Pope Benedict XVI.  The announcement was made in a news bulletin issued from the Vatican on Thursday. Read more

BoI ‘committed’ to replacing ATM

March 30, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The replacement of the ATM at the Bank of Ireland in Crossmaglen is on the agenda to be discussed at an internal meeting of bank officials tomorrow (Tuesday). Read more

Record-breaking swimmers to feature on TV programme

March 30, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The achievement of the 220 swimmers who shattered the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous open water swim in Camlough Lake is to be featured on an Irish language television programme next month. Read more

Issue 900 – Armagh v Tipperary

March 30, 2010 

Brady welcomes new scheme to tackle ‘extortionate’ moneylenders  

March 30, 2010 


Sinn Féin MLA and spokesperson on Welfare Rights, Mickey Brady, has welcomed new moves towards creating alternatives to doorstep moneylenders.   Read more

Issue 901 – 21st Birthday Celebrations

March 30, 2010 

Coffee Morning to support Autism Awareness

March 30, 2010 


Every year, April is designated as Autism Awareness month and is seen as an opportunity to raise awareness of the condition. Read more

Scott Mills Easter Saturday at the Bank Newry

March 30, 2010 


The legend that is Scott Mills returns to The Bank Newry on Easter Saturday 3 April, on his debut last year Scott claimed the gig was his best ever.

Scott is the extremely popular host of Radio 1’s Scott Mills Show, broadcasting across the UK every afternoon between 4-7pm. Listeners of Scott’s show on Radio 1 will be familiar with his phone pranks, friendship with the  David Hasselhoff. Not limited to radio he is a regular presenter for the National Lottery on BBC One on Saturdays and Wednesdays where he hosts the live studio show and draws. Scott’s most recent and hugely successful, TV credit is The Hoff: When Scott Came To Stay for Living TV.

Scott co-hosted ITV2’s 2008 coverage of the National TV Awards.

Scott has more than earned his stripes in the radio industry. He joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998 as the Early Breakfast host and was swiftly thrown in at the deep end when four days into his new job he was asked to cover for the Zoë Ball Breakfast Show. Since then Scott has become the first choice to deputise the Radio 1 Breakfast Show as well as the Radio 1 Official Chart Show. Scott’s versatility has led to him fronting many live events for Radio 1 including The Brit Awards and Radio 1’s Big Weekend. Scott has also picked up a Sony Gold and Bronze two years running in the Interactive Show Category.

Unsurprisingly Scott is often asked to appear on shows and his credits include Paris Hilton’s British Best Friend for ITV2, The Sunday Night Project for Channel 4, Britain’s Got More Talent for ITV2, Celebrity Scissor Hands for Children In Need, Celebrity Mastermind and Big Brothers Little Brother for Channel 4. Scott’s TV career started with him presenting Top of the Pops as well as its spin off programmes: Top of the Pops @ Play and TOTP Plus for BBC Two.

SCOTT MILLS AT THE BANK NEWRY ON EASTER SATURDAY 3 APRIL


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