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Newry police believe boat found on Windmill Road may have been stolen

29-Apr-2016
Police in Newry would like to identify the owner of a boat which was found abandoned on Windmill Road. At around 10pm on Sunday, 24th April, a number of males were observed attempting to tow a boat with a car. They were unsuccessful and abandoned the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Fitzpatrick urges vigilance after attempted fertiliser theft

27-Apr-2016
SDLP Councillor Gillian Fitzpatrick has urged vigilance among the farming community after the attempted theft of fertiliser in the Mayobridge area. Speaking to Newry Times, Fitzpatrick said, “Farming families across the North are continuing to find it ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Ruane meets the Sunshine Club in Ballyholland

27-Apr-2016
Sinn Féin candidate Catriona Ruane has met with members of the Sunshine Club in Ballyholland. Speaking to Newry Times, Ruane said, “I was delighted to meet again with a cross section of our local senior citizens from the Sunshine Club to discuss ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Mayobridge property ransacked during burglary

27-Apr-2016
Police in Newry are appealing for information following a burglary in Mayobridge. Sometime between 12.30pm and 6pm on Wednesday, 20th April, entry was gained to a house on Ballyvally Road. Nothing was taken however the property was ransacked. Police ... read more
Source: Newry Times

St Patrick’s PS Newry children get thunderous ovation at Sinn Féin Ard Fheis

26-Apr-2016
The children of St Patrick’s Primary School in Newry received a thunderous ovation at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis in Dublin at the weekend when Joint First Minister Martin McGuinness read an excerpt from a version of the Proclamation the children had ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police hunt man after Newry burglary

26-Apr-2016
Detectives from Reactive and Organised Crime are appealing for information following a burglary. At around 1.30pm on Tuesday, 19th April, a male entered a house on High Street. After finding the house occupied he made off. The male is described as being ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police appeal after Newry ‘altercation’

25-Apr-2016
Police in Newry are appealing for information following an incident in The Demesne on Sunday morning. At around 10.15am police received a report of an altercation in the area involving a number of people. Officers attended and found a 19 year old male ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry toddlers raise money for Barnardo’s NI

22-Apr-2016
Toddlers from Naiscoll Na Mbeann in Newry raised £178 for children’s charity Barnardo’s by taking part in a fun-filled pirate themed Big Toddle in aid of the charity last summer. The little toddlers dressed up as pirates and donned eye patches to ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Traffic disruption expected in Newry

22-Apr-2016
Police have advised local residents to be aware of traffic disruption in Newry tonight. A band parade will take place this evening and traffic will be affected between 6.30pm and 11pm. The parade will travel from Belfast Road along Downshire Road, Church ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Anger over closure of main A2 road between Rostrevor and Warrenpoint

22-Apr-2016
South Down Assembly Candidate Seán Rogers has added his voice to the growing number of complaints about the state of the main A2 road between Rostrevor and Warrenpoint. Speaking to Newry Times, the SDLP MLA said local residents and road users were ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry men over 65 urged to attend important health check

21-Apr-2016
The Southern Health and Social Care Trust is calling on men aged over 65 to attend for an important health check for swelling of the main artery known as Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA). Men are six times more likely to have an AAA than women. The Trust ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Polish Supplementary School finds new home at St Joseph’s, Newry

21-Apr-2016
The Polish Supplementary School which has been operating in Newry for eight years has now moved to new premises in St. Joseph’s Boys High School. Since its opening in 2008, the Polish Supplementary School has used the Polish language to provide ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Rogue traders ‘shown the door’ in Newry

21-Apr-2016
An initiative to show rogue traders the door got underway this week in Newry. Officers will be raising awareness in a bid to target rogue traders and distraction burglars. This week-long activity also aims to highlight the various tactics used by ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry sibling rivalry in memory of Patricia White

21-Apr-2016
Local sibling rivalry is taking place amongst 70 teams racing to conquer the highest peak of each county during a non-stop weekend of navigation and trekking from 9th to 11th September 2016. In one corner we have the silently strategic ‘Taking ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Sacred Heart School debate ‘lively and wide-ranging’

20-Apr-2016
Sinn Féin MLA Caitriona Ruane described a recent Sacred Heart School debate as ‘livey’ and ‘wide-ranging’. The South Down candidate for the upcoming Assembly elections said, “We had a lively debate at Sacred Heart School in ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry’s unsung heroes celebrated at Youth and Future Talent Awards

20-Apr-2016
After months of planning and hard work by young people from the Newry and Mourne Youth Council and Down Youth Council (Education Authority) came to fruition when the Youth and Future Talent Awards (YAFTAs) were held in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry. This ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police appeal after flat entered

19-Apr-2016
Detectives in Newry are appealing for information following an incident in Kilkeel. At around 8pm on Tuesday, 5th April, it was reported that two males and a female entered a flat on Bridge Street for a short time. Nothing was taken. Police would like to ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Irish language signs damaged in Rostrevor

19-Apr-2016
Sinn Féin Assembly candidate for South Down, Michael Gray Sloan, has condemned the deliberate targeting and criminal damage against Irish language signs erected by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. ”I was appalled to see the recent ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Access local news on the Newry Times mobile app

19-Apr-2016
Newry Times has created an online mobile app to make browsing Newry Times on your smart phone a lot easier. Newry Times is available on your desktop, your iPad and on your smartphone so you can always keep up to date no matter where you are. We are also ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Items taken and two cars damaged at Daisy Hill Hospital

18-Apr-2016
Police in Newry are appealing for information following a theft from a car at Daisy Hill Hospital. Sometime between 8pm and 11pm on Monday, 28th March, two cars parked close to each other outside the mental health building at the hospital were damaged. ... read more
Source: Newry Times
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