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Issue 979 – Comhaltas Anniversary Celebration

October 25, 2011 

Issue 979 – Crossmaglen Rangers Big Breakfast

October 25, 2011 

Train Passengers criticise PSNI response to man armed with BB Gun

October 25, 2011 

By Christine Keighery

Passengers aboard the Belfast to Dublin train last Monday evening, have criticised the delay in the PSNI response to reports of a man on the platform “acting suspiciously”, who was later found to be in possession of a BB pellet gun. Read more

Bonus territory for Culloville

October 25, 2011 

Having at last secured the Armagh Intermediate title Culloville are entering bonus territory on Sunday when they take on Donegal champions St Naul’s at the Morgan Athletic Grounds in the Ulster quarter final at 2-30 pm. Read more

Thousands gather for funeral of prominent republican

October 18, 2011 

by Brónagh Murphy

St. Patrick’s Church in Cullyhanna was packed to capacity on Wednesday for the funeral of one of the area’s most well-known residents. Read more

Cullyhanna couple scoop 10k wedding prize

October 18, 2011 

A Cullyhanna couple are celebrating after winning a Wedding competition worth £10,000. Read more

Jobs boost for Newry with Quays extension

October 18, 2011 

500 new job are to be created following the approval of plans for a major extension to the Quays shopping centre in Newry. Read more

Forkhill Barracks site to make way for Social Housing

October 18, 2011 

By Christine Keighery

The former Forkhill Barracks, described as “a blight on Forkhill”, can finally look forward to an ambitious redevelopment as a planning application has now been submitted for 20 social and affordable houses for the Fold Housing Association. Read more

Abandoned horses on the rise

October 18, 2011 

By Christine Keighery

The deliberate abandonment of horses appears to be on the rise in the Newry and Mourne area, according to Sinn Fein Councillor, Pat McGinn, who raised concerns about the issue during a council meeting last week. Read more

SDLP Gaeilgóir defends use of Irish in the Assembly

October 18, 2011 

By Brónagh Murphy

Newry and Armagh SDLP MLA Dominic Bradley says he will defend the right to use the Irish language in Stormont after was barred from speaking in the Assembly last week when he challenged the authority of the Speaker’s chair in a row over the Irish language. Read more

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