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September 26, 2016

Tourism expert says penalty could make Milford...

A world expert on tourism has floated an idea which could give Armagh and Milford a unique selling point as a global attraction. Speaking at a tourism seminar in the Market Place Theatre, Professor Terry Stevens suggested that the unique draw...

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September 26, 2016

Debt collectors chasing eye-watering £200k in unpaid...

Debt collectors are chasing almost £200,000 in penalties chalked up by motorists who failed to ‘pay and display’ in local car parks, Armagh I can reveal. And, of the huge sum outstanding, over £40,000 of it relates to Armagh City,...

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September 26, 2016

Police put on show explosive device as...

Police have charged four men arrested in Lurgan last week as part of an investigation into dissident republican terrorist activity in the area. Following a large scale police operation Detectives from Crime Operations  recovered a fully...

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The Mall, Armagh

September 26, 2016

Major disruption ahead as Armagh sewer works...

Armagh can brace itself for further major disruption as it can be confirmed that work on a sewer-laying programme will be returning again to the Mall. Construction work will restart at Mall East from next Monday, October 3. And it is expected...

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Alan Lewis - PhotopressBelfast.co.uk       8-7-2014Owen Creaney whose body was found in a wheelie bin at a house in Moyraverty Court in Craigavon, County Armagh. Stephen Hughes and Shauneen Boyle  appeared in Craigavon court charged with murdering Owen Creaney whose body was found in a wheelie bin. 23-year-old Boyle and a 27-year-old Hughes have been charged with killing Owen Creaney, 40, from Victoria Place, Lurgan. His remains were found in the porch of a house in Moyraverty Court, Craigavon, on Saturday, 5 July. Both were remanded in custody at Craigavon Magistrates Court today.Pic taken from social network site

September 26, 2016

Trial opens for man and woman accused...

The trial has started in Belfast of a man and woman accused of murdering a County Armagh man in what was described as a “deliberate and frenzied attack”. Belfast Crown Court heard that Owen Creaney was discovered at a house at...

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penalty-milford

September 26, 2016

Tourism expert says penalty could make Milford and Armagh ‘global attraction’

A world expert on tourism has floated an idea which could give Armagh and Milford a unique selling point as a global attraction. Speaking at a tourism seminar in the Market Place Theatre, Professor Terry Stevens suggested that the...

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