All posts tagged "Cathal Boylan"
Armagh/ 3 months ago
Transport fare rises coming into affect on Monday an ‘unacceptable burden’ for workers
The increases in transport fares due to come in next week have been slammed as an “unacceptable burden” on workers during...
Armagh/ 11 months ago
Concerns over fires being lit at Sherry’s field complex in Armagh
Concerns have been raised after a number of fires were lit in close proximity of the Sherry’s field complex in Armagh....
Northern Ireland/ 2 years ago
Fears new planning guidelines could prevent future housing being built in rural areas
There are concerns that new planning guidelines in relation to countryside applications could cause issues for future rural housing. This comes...
Armagh/ 2 years ago
Infrastructure director lobbied to deliver Armagh link roads and rail line promised for years
Armagh’s long-awaited link roads and – and the reinstatement of the railway line between the city and Portadown – have been...
No funding allocated to allow work on greenways in Newry and Armagh to start this financial year
Hopes for work to start on greenway projects in Newry and Armagh have been dashed with confirmation none are “ready to...
Keady/ 3 years ago
Minister agrees to ‘follow up’ on complaints over dumping scourge at Carrigatuke Viewpoint
Ongoing concerns over illegal dumping at Carrigatuke Viewpoint are to be ‘followed up’ by Justice Minister Naomi Long. And the Minister...
Call for Minister to help struggling taxi drivers as well as enlisting their help in community response
Calls have been made for help to support taxi drivers as they struggle to keep their heads above water due to...
Bi-annual MOTs could be introduced in Northern Ireland for cars under 10 years old
Bi-annual MOT tests on cars less than 10 years could be introduced following the fallout of faulty lifts at centres across...
Loughgall/ 4 years ago
Traffic calming and improved lighting planned at notorious Ardress Crossroads blackspot
Work is due to start this week on improvements at Ardress Crossroads after ongoing reports of collisions at what is considered...
Armagh/ 4 years ago
Police asked to investigate further vandalism of Sinn Fein election posters in Armagh city
Sinn Fein has said it will not be intimidate or deterred in its election campaign after reports of further incidents of...
South Armagh/ 4 years ago
South Armagh nuclear waste site proposals thwarted by Stormont impasse
South Armagh and the wider Mournes area was being considered as a possible dumping ground for nuclear and chemical waste. However,...
Portadown/ 5 years ago
Annaghmore community ramp up campaign for traffic calming before serious accident
Residents in Annaghmore are campaigning for traffic calming measures to be installed on the Eglish Road before there is a serious...