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Man remanded for attempted murder of Bessbrook toddler

October 27, 2014 

A man accused of attempting to kill a Bessbrook toddler was remanded into custody following a court appearance in Newry on Thursday. Read more

Grand reopening

October 27, 2014 

It’s a period of grand re-openings in Crossmaglen this week with the renovation of the town’s Community Centre now complete, and the redeveloped former Supervalu premises set to open its doors again on Friday. Read more

Be alert to bogus health care workers: GP Practice warns

October 27, 2014 

A recent incident where an elderly Crossmaglen man was targeted by an alleged bogus health professional has become the subject of a police investigation, The Examiner has learned. Read more

Two arrests in fuel laundering raid

October 27, 2014 

Two men arrested during a raid on a suspected diesel laundering plant near Jonesborough on Wednesday have been released on bail pending further enquiries, police have revealed. Read more

Three-year jail term for forging godmother’s will

October 27, 2014 

A Forkhill man has been handed a three-year jail term for forging the will of his godmother in an attempt to inherit the bulk of her £1m estate. Read more

Lotto win teenager “will spend his money wisely” says Dad

October 27, 2014 

The father of a County Down teenager who won almost £400,000 in the National Lottery described his lucky son as “a fantastic lad” who “will spend his money wisely.” Read more

Omagh pose a daunting test

October 27, 2014 

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When Crossmaglen Rangers take on Omagh, St Enda’s on Sunday at Healy Park, Omagh it will be their 150th Championship match since June 9 1996 which has produced 18 Armagh championships, 6 All-Irelands and 10 Ulster titles in that 19 year spell. Read more

O’Hanlon crowned Ulster’s leading lady

October 27, 2014 

Richard Bullick

Orchard captain Caroline O’Hanlon has been named Ulster Ladies Footballer of the Year after leading Armagh to Ulster Championship glory as the highlight of a stellar season. Read more

Meigh Community Association hosts Halloween extravaganza

October 27, 2014 

The Meigh community will enjoy a packed programme of events for Halloween for the first time ever in the village.  Organised by the village Community Association, the events are being made possible as a result of funding provided by the Newry and Mourne Police and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP). Read more

Issue 1130 – St Joseph’s Boys Presentation

October 27, 2014 

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