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‘Dignity needed for incontinence sufferers’ – Ruane

22-Apr-2014
Sinn Féin MLA Caitriona Ruane has called on the Southern Trust to deliver incontinence pads to the homes of those affected by the condition. Speaking to Newry Times, Ruane said, “It has been brought to my attention that elderly and disabled people who ... read more
Source: Newry Times

6 year old boy injured in Newry hit and run

22-Apr-2014
Police in Newry are appealing for information after a report of a one vehicle hit and run incident at the Chapel Street area of the city on Saturday 19th April. At around 1:50pm, it was reported that a six year old boy was struck by a black Ford Focus in ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Annual ‘Shining Light’ Community Volunteering Awards 2014

22-Apr-2014
The Confederation of Community Groups has announced that its Annual ‘Shining Light’ Community Volunteering Awards will take place on Thursday 5th June at Bellini’s Nightclub, Newry. The annual volunteering awards have grown over the years and are ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry schools can go eco with The Big Lunch Competition

22-Apr-2014
Primary and nursery schools in Newry are invited to take part in The Big Lunch ‘Love Food Hate Waste’ competition where three lucky schools across Northern Ireland, will be selected to win a £200 cash prize to support sustainable living in their ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry to offer 5 hours parking for £1

22-Apr-2014
A Christmas parking scheme which introduced lower parking rates in 25 towns in Northern Ireland is being extended as part of a six month pilot. The pilot, which started on Saturday, 12th April, means 93 car parks in 25 towns across Northern Ireland will ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Witnesses sought after Newry bsuiness burglary

22-Apr-2014
Police in Newry are appealing for information after a report of burglary at business premises at the Chancellor’s Road area. Sometime between 3:40am and 3:55am on Wednesday 9th April, it was reported that power tools with an estimated value of ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘It is a miracle he’s still with us. He never lets it beat him’

01-Jan-1970
A DERRYNOOSE mother whose eight-year-old son survived meningitis a staggering six times has expressed her delight that vaccinations are now to be made available. Caoimhe Rafferty's son Seamus was just 11 months old, when he first contracted the ... read more
Source: Locali

All smiles for Tyler

01-Jan-1970
A TWO-YEAR-OLD Armagh boy is recovering well and has just enjoyed his first Easter since undergoing a life-saving heart operation. Tyler McCann - who suffers from a rare congenital heart defect - underwent his surgery five weeks ago at Birmingham ... read more
Source: Locali

Murray hits hat-trick in Wakehurst rout!

01-Jan-1970
ARMAGH City's march to the Belfast Telegraph Championship Two title took another giant step forward on Saturday with a comprehensive 6-0 win over visitors Wakehurst. The Holm Park outfit were not at their brilliant best throughout but always held ... read more
Source: Locali

Armagh City are at the double in championship

01-Jan-1970
ARMAGH City play two crunch Belfast Telegraph Championship Two matches at Holm Park this week. And a duo of victories should ensure promotion for the locals to a higher grade of football next season! Tonight, (Tuesday, April 22), City welcome ... read more
Source: Locali

Rugby ace Bowe pops the question

01-Jan-1970
ULSTER rugby star Tommy Bowe has popped the question to his girlfriend of three years, former Miss Wales Lucy Whitehouse. News of the 30-year-old Emyvale man's proposal to blonde beauty queen, Lucy (30), emerged over the Easter weekend, when a ... read more
Source: Locali

Erin takes the chop for charity

01-Jan-1970
A LITTLE girl from Bessbrook has taken the brave decision to cut her hair in order to help young people who suffer from cancer. Nine-year-old, Erin Walters will be giving her hair donation to the Little Princess Trust who make real-hair wigs for boys ... read more
Source: Locali

Newry designer shows her talent

01-Jan-1970
ONE of Northern Ireland's most promising design talents, Newry fashion designer Shauna Fay, is scheduled to show her latest fashions as part of the Unify Fashion Showcase. The event is a unique two night fashion event taking place in one of ... read more
Source: Locali

Australian sisters finally return to Kilkeel home

01-Jan-1970
TWO Australian sisters were able to finally return to their family home, with the help of Newry and Mourne Council and helpful Kilkeel locals - 50 years after they were born in the house. Their father, Robin How, had worked as a Civil Engineer with ... read more
Source: Locali

The Bionic Man!

01-Jan-1970
A SCARVA man who made history after he was fitted with a new bionic prosthetic hand is set to undergo further revolutionary treatment, the Ulster Gazette can reveal. Stephen Lowry is to receive a prosthetic arm fitting from black carbon fiber, just six ... read more
Source: Locali

'I should be dead by now'

01-Jan-1970
A RATHFRILAND woman credits a home-screening test for bowel cancer with saving her life. Margaret Stevenson didn't have any of the usual symptoms of bowel cancer but doctors say the underlying disease could have claimed her life in 18 months had it ... read more
Source: Locali

New silverware in memory of Rathfriland pigeon club man

01-Jan-1970
Shooters are also reminded of the beginning of Rathfriland's summer season of shooting. Rathfriland will be holding their first midweek shoot of the summer on Thursday, 1 May, and these will run weekly throughout the summer months. This year sees a ... read more
Source: Locali

Valiant effort but just not enough

01-Jan-1970
Banbridge Rangers...2 Dollingstown...6 BANBRIDGE Rangers entertained league leaders Dollingstown at Havelock Park last Wednesday evening in a crunch match for both teams. Dollingstown have yet to be beaten in 90 minutes so far this season and wrapped ... read more
Source: Locali

King Kenny

01-Jan-1970
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Source: Locali

Builders prepare to start Rathfriland YFC’s new hall

01-Jan-1970
RATHFRILAND YFC is embarking on a new era in the club's long history as it prepares to build a new hall in the town's Downpatrick Street area. In 2013, the club sold its premises on Newry Street which was the YFC club's home for over 60 ... read more
Source: Locali
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