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Cork in seventh heaven

September 21, 2010 


All-Ireland final Down 0-15 Cork 0-16 Read more

Family’s torment ends as Charlie is laid to rest

September 21, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

The family of Crossmaglen man, Charlie Armstrong, gathered at his funeral on Saturday to say a final farewell to a much loved husband and father and to finally give him the Christian burial they have always hoped for. Read more

‘The Genuine Articles’

September 21, 2010 


By Paul Malone Email: paul.malone86@googlemail.com

Behold the power of the Genuine Articles. Read more

Ring of Gullion Threshing Festival

September 21, 2010 


On Sunday 26th September the Ring of Gullion will hold their 5th Annual Threshing Festival. Read more

Evans’ family search for Gerry continues

September 21, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

Members of the Evans family from Crossmaglen were among the mourners at Charlie Armstrong’s funeral. Read more

Lucozade Sport Armagh Senior Football Championship Preview

September 21, 2010 


ST. PATRICK’S 1-9 MAGHERY 0-9

DONNELLY GOAL DECIDES IT Read more

Brady criticises bank’s customer service manner

September 21, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

A Newry bank has come under fire from a local MLA who is questioning its policy in relation to testing alleged counterfeit coins and has slammed its ‘complete lack of care’ regarding customer service. Read more

EU funding for victims’ group revoked

September 21, 2010 


By Brónagh Murphy

South Armagh-based victims’ group Families Acting for Innocent Relatives (FAIR) has had more than £800,000 in European Union funding revoked after irregularities in its tendering process were uncovered. Read more

SELB’s ‘reckless’ decision to withdraw bus has put children’s lives at risk: Hearty

September 21, 2010 


Councillor Terry Hearty attended a public meeting organised by Culloville Community Association regarding the withdrawal of bus services from Clonalig Primary School, Culloville and St Joseph’s Secondary School, Crossmaglen   Read more

Cost of repairing play area vandalism reaches £130,000

September 21, 2010 


A Newry and Mourne Councillor has described as ‘deeply disturbing’ news that the Council spent almost £130,000 on repairing the district’s play areas damaged as a result of vandalism last year. Read more

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