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Brexit to take centre stage at Newry Business Breakfast

28-Feb-2017
Amidst political flux, impending Brexit negotiations and changes to trade structures, local businesses are being invited to come together and discuss the implications and challenges that lie ahead at a special business breakfast.   Hosted by First ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry Orange Hall damaged by suspected arsonists

26-Feb-2017
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fire at an Orange Hall on Martins Lane in Newry last night, Saturday 25th February. Shortly after 7.15pm police received a report that a number of tyres had been placed against the rear of the building and ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry, County Down: Orange hall targeted by arsonists

26-Feb-2017
An Orange hall in Newry, County Down, has been targeted by ... read more
Source: BBC

Significant improvements to Newry Train provision announced

25-Feb-2017
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard has announced significant enhancements to rail provision for passengers in the Newry area. Following on from a review launched by the Minister in recent weeks, there will be a number of additional services for those ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Man charged with drugs offences as police probe Bessbrook sudden death

25-Feb-2017
A 48 year old man has been charged by police with being concerned in the supply of a class A controlled drug and possession of a class B controlled drug.   The charges are in connection with the arrest of a man by Detectives in Reactive and ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Presbyterian Moderator visits Daisy Hill Hospital

24-Feb-2017
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, the Very Reverend Doctor Frank Sellar has visited Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry. Reverend Sellar met with patients and staff and heard about some of the latest hospital developments and challenges ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Brexit the greatest threat since partition’ – McNulty

24-Feb-2017
SDLP MLA for Newry and Armagh Justin McNulty has claimed that the impact of Brexit is the greatest economic, social and cultural threat this island has faced since the partition of Ireland. McNulty was speaking as the SDLP launched its policy paper on ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Michelle O’Neill visits South Armagh greenway site on former British army barracks

24-Feb-2017
Sinn Féin’s Megan Fearon has welcomed a visit by Sinn Féin’s leader in the north, Michelle O’Neill to a new greenway site on a former British army barracks in Forkhill.   The Newry and Armagh candidate said, “I was ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Broadband delivery plan a must’ – McNulty

23-Feb-2017
SDLP Assembly Member for Newry and Armagh Justin McNulty has called on the Department of the Economy and the Department of Infrastructure to publish an Integrated Broadband Delivery Plan for the North and said that it must ensure that all rural dwellers ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Daily £85k RHI cost would fix a lot of Newry roads’ – McNulty

22-Feb-2017
SDLP MLA Justin McNulty has claimed that the £85k currently being spent on a daily basis covering the over-spend costs of the botched RHI scheme would go a long way to improve the road infrastructure across Newry and Armagh. Speaking to Newry Times, ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Foster cannot continue living in denial’ – Murphy

22-Feb-2017
Sinn Féin’s Conor Murphy has said Arlene Foster cannot continue ‘living in denial’ about the DUP’s handling of the RHI scandal. Speaking to Newry Times, Murphy said, “Arlene Foster spoke at a Chamber of Commerce and ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry students awarded third place in SUBWAY competition

22-Feb-2017
Students from St Mary’s High School have been awarded third place in a national competition set by the SUBWAY® brand, to design and market a new sandwich to be sold in over 80 stores across Northern Ireland. The team from St Mary’s High School went ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Southern Trust celebrates Care Day in Newry

21-Feb-2017
The Southern Trust had information stands displayed in Craigavon and Newry recently to celebrate Care Day NI, an event co-ordinated by VOYPIC (Voice of Young People in Care).     Care Day NI offers an opportunity for Health Organisations to ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Street collection in honour of Stephen Farrell raises £6616

21-Feb-2017
A street collection in honour of Stephen Farrell and his recently bereaved father John took place on the Camlough Road, Newry on Christmas Eve 2016.     The wintry conditions on Christmas Eve did not deter Sean and Brian Farrell, accompanied by ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Clear and growing demand for Irish language act’ – Fearon

20-Feb-2017
Sinn Féin’s Megan Fearon has said there is a clear and growing demand for an Irish language act. She was speaking after attending Saturday’s protest in Newry organised by Irish language group, An Dream Dearg.   The Newry and Armagh ... read more
Source: Newry Times

‘Positive announcement’ on Daisy Hill Hospital welcomed

20-Feb-2017
Sinn Féin’s Conor Murphy has welcomed confirmation from Health Minister Michelle O’Neill that Daisy Hill Hospital will be a key part of the acute hospital infrastructure.   Speaking to Newry Times, Murphy said, “I invited my party ... read more
Source: Newry Times

SDLP launch plan in Newry for ‘EU Special Status’

20-Feb-2017
SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood has launched the SDLP’s policy document ‘Securing our Place in Europe’ in Newry. The document includes detailed proposals for attaining EU special status for Northern Ireland after Brexit. Eastwood said, “Brexit was a ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Newry police find ‘suspected heroin’ in man’s underwear

19-Feb-2017
Police in Newry have arrested a man after they found ‘suspected heroin’ in his underwear. On the PSNI Newry & Mourne Facebook page, police said that Tactical Support Group (TSG) were performing anti crime patrols in the Newry area when the ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Ritchie calls for cap on overdraft charges

17-Feb-2017
SDLP South Down MP Margaret Ritchie has called on the Government to introduce a cap on overdraft charges levied by banks on personal current accounts Speaking to Newry Times, she said, “Over-draft charges from banks can result in people going into ... read more
Source: Newry Times

Camlough student wins place on leading graduate programme

17-Feb-2017
A Newry student has won a place on a leading graduate programme delivered by Willis Insurance & Risk Management and South Eastern Regional College (SERC). Owen Finnegan, a law graduate from Camlough is taking part in the worked-based learning ... read more
Source: Newry Times
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