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‘Serious concerns’ raised over children’s respite services in Newry

23-Jun-2017
SDLP South Down MLA Sinead Bradley has expressed serious concerns that children’s respite services at Carrickore have all but stopped for many children and families in need. Speaking to Newry Times, Bradley said, “Following a meeting with the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Ennis slams decision to remove transport from Ballyholland Primary School

22-Jun-2017
Sinéad Ennis, MLA for South Down, and Cllr Oksana McMahon have slammed the decision by the Education Authority to remove the bus service for Primary 1 children beginning in September 2017. Speaking to Newry Times, Sinéad said she has contacted the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Latest act of ‘environmental vandalism’ in Newry condemned

21-Jun-2017
Slieve Gullion Sinn Féin Councillor Mickey Larkin has condemned acts of environmental vandalism and dumping following a recent discovery of illegally disposed tyres at Flagstaff Viewpoint. Sharing his anger following a further incident of illegal ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Greggs opens in Newry

20-Jun-2017
Leading food-on-the-go retailer, Greggs, has opened a new shop in Newry’s Buttercrane Shopping Centre creating 14 new jobs. While it is a first for Newry, it will be the tenth company-managed Greggs’ shop to open in Northern Ireland and marks a ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Residents ‘jumped over garden walls’ to escape death drivers in South Armagh

19-Jun-2017
Slieve Gullion Sinn Féin Councillor Mickey Larkin has called for an end to reckless driving at Jonesborough. He told Newry Times, "On Sunday 4th June during the afternoon a thoughtless driver sped up and down the Edenappa Road past houses hand-breaking ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Hard pressed households feeling inflation squeeze’ – Bradley

19-Jun-2017
SDLP Economy Spokesperson Sinead Bradley MLA has said families being financially squeezed by a rise in inflation and the cost of living needs urgently addressed. Speaking to Newry Times, she said, “Hard pressed households across the North are ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Young Newry filmmaker calls action on feature film Grace and Goliath

16-Jun-2017
37 young trainee filmmakers, aged 18-25, have started work in Belfast on Cinemagic’s second feature film Grace and Goliath. The young people, aged 18-25 will have the chance to earn their first credit on a feature and train alongside industry ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Barnardo’s Newry Helper’s Group volunteers recognised

15-Jun-2017
Barnardo’s volunteer fundraisers from its Newry Helper’s Group were recently recognised for their roles during National Volunteer Week 2017. The volunteers were presented with certificates of acknowledgement for their time and dedication at an event ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Excitement builds for the Mourne International Walking Festival

15-Jun-2017
Get your walking boots on and join hundreds of international visitors for the Award Winning Mourne International Walking Festival, June 23-25th. Newry Mourne, Down region is an area of outstanding natural beauty but how many of us have ever walked in the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Fast-growing Newry-based company leads way in UK sandwich industry

13-Jun-2017
A fast-growing Newry-based company has cemented its credentials as one of the UK and Ireland’s leading food-to-go manufacturers. Around Noon, which employs over 200 people at Green Bank Industrial Estate, beat competition from the likes of Marks & ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police return to scene of fatal collision

11-Jun-2017
Police investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a motorcyclist in a road traffic collision on Sunday 28th May have returned to the scene on the Kilkeel Road in Ballymartin today, Sunday 11th June in a bid to gather new information about ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Patient and Client Council roadshow coming to Newry

09-Jun-2017
The Patient and Client Council will be heading down the highways and byways on a roadshow around Northern Ireland this June. The health and social care organisation is on a new drive to get people involved in shaping their future healthcare services in ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Owners of licensed premises reminded to renew liquor licenses before deadline

08-Jun-2017
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is reminding all owners of licensed premises to renew their liquor licences before the 30th September 2017 deadline. Speaking to Newry Times, Chief Superintendent Stephen Cargin explained, “It is important that ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry surveyor commended by RICS head

08-Jun-2017
Ruairi Miller from Newry, a newly qualified member of RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors), the leading qualification when it comes to professionalism in land, property, construction, has received his diploma from Fiona Grant, RICS UK & ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Teachers buying essential resources due to non-existent budget’ – McNulty

06-Jun-2017
SDLP Newry and Armagh MLA Justin McNulty has said the funding crisis facing education is so bad many teachers are personally funding essential resources in their own classrooms. Speaking to Newry Times, McNulty said, "School budgets are non-existent, ... read more
Source: Newry Times

McNulty to meet Permanent Secretary over GAA jobs

05-Jun-2017
SDLP Assembly Member for Newry and Armagh Justin McNulty MLA is to meet with the Permanent Secretary of the Department of Education over the threat to funding for GAA Coaches in local schools. Speaking to Newry Times, McNulty said, "Ulster GAA are funded ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Police appeal for witnesses after death of motorcyclist

04-Jun-2017
Police in Newry are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision at Pat’s Road outside Ballymartin on Sunday 28th May in which a male motorcyclist died. Speaking to Newry Times, Inspector Denise Graham said, “The collision happened around 12 ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Transport NI must not repeat mistakes of the past’ – Hearty

02-Jun-2017
Sinn Féin Councillor Terry Hearty has warned Transport NI not to repeat the mistakes of the past. The Slieve Gullion representative was speaking after the roads authority presented their 2017/2018 annual report to Newry, Mourne and Down District ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry stroke survivors help ‘Make May Purple’ for Stroke

02-Jun-2017
The Stroke Association’s Newry Voluntary Group recently came together to celebrate Make May Purple and is calling on local people from across Newry to consider volunteering for the charity. Make May Purple is the Stroke Association’s annual awareness ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Discover a magical world at Slieve Gullion this weekend

02-Jun-2017
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council kicks off its Giant Adventures summer programme of events this weekend, with a host of magical creatures, attractions and things to do at Slieve Gullion Forest Park in the Ring of Gullion, a designated Area of ... read more
Source: Newry Times
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