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Issue 1167 – Crossmaglen Rangers Golf Classic

July 27, 2015 

Mullaghbawn Reminiscence Cafe

July 27, 2015 

The weekly Mullaghbawn Reminiscence Cafe  is an opportunity for people diagnosed with dementia and their carers to enjoy a few hours socializing in a safe and understanding environment. Read more

Issue 1167 – Ring of Gullion Car Run

July 27, 2015 

Police case against Daly ‘flawed’: supporters claim

July 27, 2015 

Supporters of Seamus Daly have claimed the police case against the Culloville man is flawed and the continued prosecution against him in relation to the Omagh bombing violates his human rights. Read more

Issue 1167 – Flashbacks

July 27, 2015 

Former Chairman Joe Jordan celebrates big birthday

July 27, 2015 

Family members, relatives and friends of former Armagh’s County Chairman Joe Jordan staged a surprise 70th birthday celebration in his honour at Hughes’s in Middletown. Read more

Bessbrook Scout Hall: Abuse victim calls for its demolition

July 20, 2015 

A Bessbrook man has publicly revealed details of his long-running campaign with his local parish to have a disused building, within which he was sexually abused as a child, to be demolished. Read more

Petition flags up ‘potentially life-threatening situation’ over Crossmaglen GP care

July 20, 2015 

Residents in Crossmaglen have begun circulating a petition to help garner public support amid concerns patients face potentially restricted GP care in the town. Read more

Crossmaglen First Responders Scheme given the green light

July 20, 2015 

Crossmaglen is set to benefit from a vital lifeline in the form of a Community and District First Responder Scheme which aims to be up and running by the end of September this year.  Those behind the group, who, along with local councillors have been lobbying for the implementation of the scheme since last August, received final approval from Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) last week and training for volunteers will begin in earnest at the beginning of September. Read more

Glencarron residents take a trip down memory lane with UTV archives

July 20, 2015 

Residents from a Crossmaglen nursing home have been taking a trip down memory lane with the help of some archive footage generously donated by UTV.  Staff at Glencarron nursing home have been using the films to stimulate social interaction and make reminiscing that bit easier for the elderly residents, some of whom suffer from Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Read more

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