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Issue 1138 – Dromintee and Jonesboro Senior Citizens and Less Abled Christmas Dinner

December 22, 2014 

2015 Lislea Drama Festival: Main Sponsor Aidan Strain Electrical

December 22, 2014 

The 34th Lislea Drama Festival Committee are delighted to announce that the 2015 Festival programme is complete and promises another varied fortnight of drama. Read more

Issue 1138 – Holly Jolly Christmas Party

December 22, 2014 

Was Ice Hurling a forerunner for Ice Hockey?

December 22, 2014 

Did you know that hurling and gaelic football were demonstration sports at the 1904 Olympic games? Read more

Issue 1138 – Dromintee GFC Dinner Dance

December 22, 2014 

Dissident shooting victim speaks out to protect family

December 15, 2014 

A south Armagh man says he has been forced to speak out about a sustained campaign of intimidation being waged against him, allegedly by dissident Republicans, as the threats have now escalated to include his children. Read more

Newry CIRA arrests: Bail hearing reveals weapon smuggling plan

December 15, 2014 

The bail hearing of a Newry man facing terrorist charges has heard that secret MI5 recordings of top-level Continuity IRA meetings in Newry revealed plans to smuggle a weapon inside a loaf of bread. Read more

Restoration of Bessbrook Tram gets a lift

December 15, 2014 

A little piece of local history is set to be returned to its former glory as construction students from Newry’s Southern Regional College embark on the diligent restoration of a dilapidated carriage from the Newry to Bessbrook tram line. Read more

Jonesborough man to stand trial for IRA membership

December 15, 2014 

A Jonesborough man is set to stand trial next year on charges of membership of the Provisional IRA and addressing meetings on behalf of the banned organisation. Read more

Karen Walsh to appeal murder conviction

December 15, 2014 

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that Karen Walsh, the 47-year-old pharmacist currently serving a minimum 20 year prison sentence for the brutal murder of Newry pensioner Maire Rankin in 2008, will be given the chance to appeal her conviction next year. Read more

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