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Cuddle cot donated in memory of tragic baby May Rose

December 21, 2017 

A ‘cuddle cot’, which offers bereaved parents the opportunity to spend time with and provide after-death care for their baby, is to be based in Crossmaglen and will be made available to grieving families throughout the area when needed, The Examiner has learned. Read more

Health Service prepares to deal with significant Christmas pressures

December 21, 2017 

Emergency Departments and GP services in Northern Ireland are facing significant pressures going into the Christmas and New Year holiday period,  Health and Social Care (HSC) organisations have warned. Read more

Katie’s Christmas comes early with dream Lapland trip

December 18, 2017 

Six-year-old Katie Moley from Crossmaglen is set to enjoy an early Christmas present when she embarks on the trip of a lifetime this week to visit Santa Claus at his home in Lapland.  Read more

Local GAA stars in sleep-out for homeless

December 18, 2017 

A number of current and former county GAA stars from the area took part in an overnight sleep-out on the streets of Belfast at the weekend, as part of an initiative to raise awareness of homelessness. Read more

Proposal to reclassify Crossmaglen town status vehemently opposed

December 18, 2017 

 A Council proposal to reclassify the status of Crossmaglen from town to village has been angrily rejected by local politicians who have vowed to prevent any such change from taking place. Read more

Cullyhanna cousins deny kidnap and robbery charges

December 18, 2017 

Two Cullyhanna men are to stand trial on a number of charges linked to the kidnap and assault of a taxi driver in November 2016. Read more

McCreesh Park name to be retained, for now

December 18, 2017 

The contentious dispute over the naming of a Newry playpark after Camlough Hungerstriker Raymond McCreesh returned to the fore when it was debated at a meeting of Newry Mourne and Down District Council on Wednesday last. Read more

Daisy Hill’s new Paediatric Unit opens

December 18, 2017 

Frontline services at Daisy Hill hospital have received a welcome boost with the completion of the brand new state-of-the-art Paediatric Unit and the opening of its new Children’s Ward last week. Read more

Top trad music award for Mullaghbawn singer

December 18, 2017 

Mullaghbawn-based singer, Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin, is set to receive a prestigious award in recognition of her contribution to the Irish traditional music industry. Read more

Championship changes in Armagh

December 18, 2017 

The 2018 Senior, Intermediate and Junior championships in Armagh will take on a completely new format following the passing of a motion at County Convention. The new Group format will bring more importance to the leagues, as well as guaranteeing all teams a minimum of 3 championship matches. If there are 16 teams participating in a championship that championship (excluding replays) will comprise of a total of 59 games. Read more

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