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Anger at clergy’s treatment of grieving family

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Parishioners in Bessbrook have reacted angrily to the perceived lack of compassion by the local clergy towards the grieving family of a young child who tragically passed away recently. Read more

Dumped fuel waste set alight

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

The deliberate burning of a forty foot lorry loaded with cubes of fuel laundering waste has been slammed by the local community.   Read more

Neighbours’ help crucial in tackling huge inferno

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

A blaze which ripped through a clothes recycling plant on the Newtown Road in Cloughogue on Thursday night was reported to be one of the biggest fires tackled by Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service for many years. Read more

Robbery leaves Post Office employees traumatised

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Two female employees who were manhandled by an aggressive thief during the robbery of Keady Post Office last week, have been left severely traumatised by their ordeal, according to the owner of the Post Office. Read more

Mayo reward for breaking hoodoo

July 31, 2012 

• All-Ireland Qualifier Down 1-13 Tipperary 0-11

After breaking the dreaded 6 day turn around hoodoo for beating provisional finalist Down had been rewarded with a quarter final meeting with concert champions Mayo. Read more

Armagh GAA Round-Up

July 31, 2012 

Junior Championship

Killeavy Seconds shock Ballyhegan

Ballyhegan 1-9 Killeavy II 1-10 Read more

Robbery leaves Post Office employees traumatised

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Two female employees who were manhandled by an aggressive thief during the robbery of Keady Post Office last week, have been left severely traumatised by their ordeal, according to the owner of the Post Office. Read more

County Armagh teenager makes medical history

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

A County Armagh teenager has made medical history by having a new windpipe built from his own stem cells.  Thirteen year old Ciaran Finn-Lynch has made a remarkable recovery since the pioneering tracheal implant two years ago. Read more

Illicit dumping threatens future of Crossmaglen recycling site

July 31, 2012 

By Christine Keighery

Newry and Mourne Council announced last week that they may be forced to consider the future of the recycling site at Crossmaglen Supervalu, due to persistent dumping of household waste. Read more

Makem unrepentant about call to the young management as the future of Armagh

July 31, 2012 

Former Armagh Boss Peter Makem said he was unrepentant in his proposals that the future of Armagh football should be in the hands of  the modern generation, many of whom had proved themselves at All-Ireland managerial level and who had the energy and know how to create a new Sam Maguire chasing team. Read more

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