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6 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
In this week's 'MAIL' we bring you news of a boost for the leisure sector with a new eight screen cinema set for Craigavon next April.
10 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
While he was out on his stag night a Lurgan man kicked the passenger door of a vehicle causing damage.
A Waringstown man already under a suspended sentence for a drugs offence admitted a further charge last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court.
Rosaleen McGeehan, a pupil at Lumen Christi has also raised A 400 for local charities by taking part in the competition.
A NEWRY councillor and former nurse at Daisy Hill Hospital has called on people to oppose controversial proposals to shut the stroke unit at Daisy Hill despite assurances from the Southern Health Trust that people in Newry and Mourne will benefit from the move.
Scrap whatever's in your diary next weekend as Newry City will play host to a phalanx of local talent in the inaugural Newry City Blues Festival.
Mayor of Craigavon Councillor Colin McCusker with the new publicly accessible defibrillator at Kinnego Marina.
When police eventually stopped a drunk driver they found that he had a 13-year-old boy in the front passenger seat, Craigavon Magistrates Court heard last Friday.
A Portadown woman who was knocked unconscious during a Spanish Bull Run has vowed to return to the same festival next year.
A Lurgan woman who thought she could drive her partner's car because she had fully comprehensive insurance found this was not the case.
Three men were stabbed and there were a number of other sectarian incidents last weekend around the annual 'Twelfth of July' marches, but the events themselves took place without serious disorder.
It was a long day for Portadown's 28 Orange lodges as they took part in the County Armagh Twelfth demonstration on Saturday - an 8am start from Carleton Street, stretching into the early evening when they returned to town from Markethill.
The victim - Ruby Nesbitt, who lived in the Keady area - was hit by a Scania lorry on Kinelowen Street in the centre of the south Armagh village.
After stopping a car which had a defective headlight police uncovered a small quantity of cannabis when they searched the vehicle.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:04 pm
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