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School principal furious at hazardous road conditions

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

A local school principal has called on the DoE to act immediately on gritting roads to and from his school. Read more

Bradley questions Murphy’s multi-million pound meters

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

Newry and Armagh MLA Dominic Bradley has asked Regional Development Minister Conor Murphy to explain why he has allowed more than a million pounds to be spent on water meters which he claimed he has no intention of using. Read more

Two arrested following car collision

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

A 32 year old and a 37 year old appeared before Newry Magistrates Court on Saturday 27th November charged with handling stolen goods and other offences. Read more

Fixtures rescheduled for this Weekend

November 30, 2010 

● ULSTER CLUB FINAL RE-FIXTURE CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS V NAOMH CONAILL (DONEGAL) @ CLONES SUNDAY DECEMBER 5TH 2PM Read more

Police appeal for witnesses

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

The PSNI are appealing for any witnesses to come forward after a quantity of lead was stolen from a church on the Tandragee Road in Markethill. Read more

Bradley: ‘All parties must support innovative and radical ways to protect those in need’

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

SDLP Assembly Member Dominic Bradley has called on fellow MLAs from every party in Newry and Armagh to unite in support of Social Development Minister Alex Attwood in his bid to protect the vulnerable and needy in society from the worst elements of the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition governments’ welfare reforms. Read more

Letter to Editor Re: Dismissal of Mast Appeal in Barcroft

November 30, 2010 

Dear Editor

The News last week that the Planning Appeals Tribunal had rejected an appeal application by Vodafone to erect a 10 metre high telecommunications mast on Doran’s Hill, Barcroft has been met with both relief and joy by the residents of Barcroft. Read more

Ireland Revisited Week 12

November 30, 2010 

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

In the wake of the Brighton bombing the Irish and British governments both sought to reach a compromise over the North, in particular the constitutional status of the aforementioned. Read more

Issue 934 – Carrickcruppen Dinner Dance

November 30, 2010 

Gerry Adams to fight Irish general election for Louth

November 30, 2010 

By Paul Malone

There was widespread shock last week as it was announced that Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has put his name forward for the Sinn Fein nomination in the Louth constituency at the next Irish General Election. Read more

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