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Newspaper for Crossmaglen, South Armagh, Newry and Down.

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Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Victims’ support group plans new Newry peace centre

A new purpose-designed premises to be used by Troubles’ victims and their families is to open in Newry later this year.

Traffic warning signs erected in Camlough

Residents living in Cloughan Court, Camlough have taken steps to highlight their ongoing concerns around the safety of pedestrians in the area and have erected a number of warning signs directed at speeding motorists.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

Infrastructure Minister to meet with Narrow Water Bridge campaigners

Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon is to meet with campaigners for the Narrow Water Bridge project to deliver an update on the long-awaited multi-million pound scheme.

Gaelscoil pupils’ success at annual Sean-Nós Fearsaide

The Sean-Nós choir from Gaelscoil Phádraig Naofa in Crossmaglen participated in Sean-Nós Fearsaide, held in Cumann Cúlturtha Mhic Reachtain in Belfast recently, and took second place in the Comórtas na mBunscoileanna category. 

Crossmaglen Senior takes the plunge for Marie Curie

by Ryan Morgan A Crossmaglen man is urging budding swimmers to support or join him in his venture to raise money for Marie Curie. Hughie Cumiskey, a 69 year old from Liscalgot, Crossmaglen will be taking part in his thirty-first…

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh South Down

Tragic road accident claims three lives

By Diarmuid Pepper Three people from the local area were tragically killed after a road traffic collision that occurred at Carrickarnon on the N1 in the early hours of Saturday, 29th February. 

“The CRY team saved my life”, Bernard Comiskey, Bessbrook

By Diarmúid Pepper Bessbrook man Bernard Cumiskey is preparing to walk the Camino this year to thank CRY Ireland for saving his life.

Lead Stories Newry South Armagh

St Paul’s H.S. to take precautionary measures after Ski trip to Italy

By Diarmúid Pepper A number of schools have been forced to take precautionary measures after students returned from mid-term ski trips in northern Italy.

Sinn Féin President Addresses Packed Newry Meeting 

Speaking to over 1,000 people who had gathered in the Canal Court Newry, Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald told those present, 

Dignified in Defeat

The corridors of Croke Park were awash on Friday night with the Silverbridge blue and yellow, as Jarlath Burns sought to become the 40th president of the GAA.