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Fears grow for safety of missing Culloville man

March 27, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Fears are growing over the disappearance of Culloville man, Padraig Campbell.  More than a week since the thirty seven year old father of one vanished, extensive searches have yielded no clues as to his whereabouts. Read more

BT disconnect elderly customer’s lifeline

March 27, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

BT’s disconnection policy has been called into question following reports that a 90 year old Glenanne woman had her phone service disconnected, thus deactivating a personal alarm system attached to her phone line. Read more

Charity fundraiser alleges police harassment campaign led to stop and search

March 27, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

A Newry fundraiser who has helped to gather over £700 for local suicide prevention group, PIPS, has claimed that he was subjected to a humiliating public search while out raising sponsorship, as part of an on-going campaign of harassment by the PSNI. Read more

St. Paul’s reach All-Ireland final

March 27, 2012 

Just 5 days after capturing their first BT MacLarnon Cup, St Paul’s won their way through to the All-Ireland final with a 1-11 to 2-4 win over St Colman’s, Fermoy at Portarlington. Read more

Olympic honour for Silverbridge Torchbearer

March 27, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Silverbridge teenager and World Champion Kick Boxer, Ryan Walsh, will have the once in a lifetime honour of helping to keep the Olympic Flame alive as it makes its way through Newry on 3rd June. Read more

Cross can draw comfort from replay record

March 27, 2012 

Crossmaglen Rangers can draw comfort from their outstanding replay record as they travel to Kingspan, Breffni Park next Saturday to take on Garrycastle at 5pm in the second instalment of their AIB Senior Club Football Final following their thrilling drawn encounter at Croke Park on St Patrick’s Day. Read more

British budget fails low and middle income families

March 27, 2012 

Local political representatives were united in their condemnation of the British Budget’s failure to assist low and middle income families and those on benefits. Read more

1000 Editions – One Thousand Reasons to Smile: in-depth Interview with Editor Gerry Murray

March 27, 2012 

In this special 1000th anniversary issue of The Examiner, Gerry Murray, who, aside from a few months, has been the Editor for that entire time, reflects on some of the most memorable moments of the last twenty years. Read more

Fourteen-year jail term for woman convicted of Polish man’s murder

March 27, 2012 

A Newry woman convicted of the brutal murder of a Polish man in the city in July 2009 has been sentenced to 14 years in jail. Read more

Issue 1000 – Hospice Dinner Dance

March 27, 2012 

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