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Police call for information after Newry theft

29-Jul-2015
Police in Newry are appealing for information following the theft of a digger. Sometime between Friday, 10th July and Monday, 13th July, a yellow and green 3 tonne Yanmar mini digger was taken from a yard on Carrogs Lane, Newry. The digger has three ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Bradley welcomes launch of Irish Famine Commemoration in Newry

29-Jul-2015
SDLP Newry and Armagh MLA Dominic Bradley, member of the Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure has welcomed the launch of An Gorta Mór, the Irish Famine Commemoration which has taken place in Newry. Speaking to Newry Times, Bradley said, “This is ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Home Start Newry & Mourne receives Bronze Award

29-Jul-2015
Employers and organizations across Northern Ireland are being urged to show their support for victims of domestic violence by signing up to a major new programme developed by ONUS, a social economy business that gift aids its profits to Women’s Aid, ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police appeal for information after Mercedes car set on fire

28-Jul-2015
Police in Kilkeel are appealing for information following an arson. Speaking to Newry Times, Constable Aimee Fletcher explained, “At around 2am on Monday, 20th July, a blue Mercedes car, parked at Carn Gardens, was set on fire. “NIFRS and ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Road signage for Chancellor’s Road T-Junction

28-Jul-2015
Road signage directing people to the Dublin/Belfast A1 is to be erected at the Chancellor’s Road T-Junction in Newry. The sign will be erected at the junction where the road meets Martin’s Lane and Chancellor’s Link. Sinn Fein’s Conor Murphy ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Seven ways an apprentice can help your business grow

28-Jul-2015
Apprenticeships can turn young talent into commercial success for your business. Davy Doyle, Local Office Manager for Newry Jobs & Benefits office in DEL’s Employment Service, takes a look at seven of the crucial benefits an apprentice can ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Brady concern over ‘shocking’ Newry homelessness figures

27-Jul-2015
Newry and Armagh MP Mickey Brady has said more must be done to tackle homelessness in the constituency after it was revealed that Newry has the highest level of homelessness in the southern region. The figures were revealed after Brady met with Jim ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Tory cuts at heart of Executive’s budget difficulties’ – Murphy

27-Jul-2015
Sinn Féin MLA Conor Murphy has said that swingeing Tory cuts were responsible for the difficulties facing the Executive’s budget. Speaking to Newry Times, Murphy said, “It is hardly surprising the British Treasury is predicting that the Executive ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Speed restrictions needed at Coalpit Road’ – Fitzpatrick

27-Jul-2015
SDLP Councillor for Crotlieve Gillian Fitzpatrick has called for speed restrictions to be implemented at the Saval Complex junction of the Coalpit Road in Newry. Councillor Fitzpatrick said, “I would like to see speed restrictions implemented at the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Bessbrook theft condemned

24-Jul-2015
Sinn Fein Councillor Roisin Mulgrew has condemned the theft of a safety gate in Bessbrook Pond field. “This is a reckless act carried out by those who have no regard for the safety of children and young people and indeed no respect for the entire ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry’s young mums graduate from Family Programme

24-Jul-2015
The first set of young mums to take part in the Southern Trust’s Family Nurse Partnership Programme have graduated. Twenty six first time mothers who signed up to the programme in early 2013 are now celebrating the milestone of their babies’ second ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Call to fix lights in Mayobridge

23-Jul-2015
Crotlieve Sinn Féin Councillor Sinéad Ennis has asked Transport NI to fix street lights in Mill Lane, Mayobridge. Speaking to Newry Times, Councillor Ennis said, “These lights are on continuously for 24 hours a day. “This is a needless waste of ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘DFP stalling on NAMA investigation is unacceptable’ – Bradley

23-Jul-2015
SDLP MLA for Newry and Armagh and Deputy Chair of the Committee for Finance and Personal Dominic Bradley has described the delaying of the DFP Committee’s investigation into Project Eagle as unacceptable. Bradley made his comments after Permanent ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Pension Wise appointments available in Newry

23-Jul-2015
On 6th April 2015 new pension reforms came into effect which gave people over 55 the opportunity to decide what they do with their defined contribution pension pot. Pension Wise is a new free and impartial government guidance service set up to help ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Villiers can’t ignore British government responsibility’ – Murphy

22-Jul-2015
Sinn Féin MLA Conor Murphy has said the British government’s austerity agenda is the ‘greatest threat to the political institutions in the North’. Speaking to Newry Times, Murphy said, “There is no doubt that the political institutions ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Headline acts announced for Iúr Cinn Fleadh 2015

22-Jul-2015
The Iúr Cinn Fleadh /Newry City Music Festival 2015 is hotting up with headline act Hothouse Flowers playing on Saturday 12th September in Bellinis, Newry. Frances Black and Kieran Goss will headline on Sunday 13th September in Newry Town Hall. Hothouse ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Local police call for witnesses after ‘creeper burglary’

22-Jul-2015
Local police are appealing for information following a creeper burglary in Killeavy. Sometime between 11pm on Sunday, 28th June and 8am on Monday, 29th June, entry was gained to a house in Forest Park and vehicle keys taken. A white Citroen Berlingo van, ... read more
Source: Newry Times

House windows smashed in Camlough incident

22-Jul-2015
Local police are appealing for information following an incident of criminal damage. At around 3.20am on Wednesday, 24th June, a number of windows in a house in Orior Park, Camlough were smashed. Speaking to Newry Times, Constable David Smart said, “We ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Warrenpoint set for £640,000 funding for regeneration

21-Jul-2015
Social Development Minister, Mervyn Storey MLA, visited Warrenpoint recently to announce funding for a new £2.1million regeneration scheme for the town centre. The Department for Social Development (DSD) has invested £640,000 into the Public Realm ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Four cars damaged in Newry incident

21-Jul-2015
Police in Newry are appealing for information after four cars were damaged. On Friday, 3rd July, four cars, parked in Bracken Close, were damaged. A black Citroen C4, a grey Volkswagen Polo and two black Ford Focus cars were scraped along both front and ... read more
Source: Newry Times
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