City collision appeal
POLICE in Armagh are appealing for information following a road traffic collision. Around 5.35pm on Wednesday, October 24, a silver flat bed...
Fearon calls for voting age to be lowered
NORTHERN Ireland’s youngest Assembly member – Newry and Armagh MLA Megan Fearon – is to bring forward a motion calling for...
‘Thugs’ strike again at Armaghbrague
SDLP Councillor Thomas O’Hanlon speaks to Armagh I about yet another dumping incident in rural Armagh. This time four cubes of...
Armagh parents to be consulted on North or South exam choice
By Sean-Paul Doran ARMAGH parents are to be asked about their views on cross-border education, Education Minister John O’Dowd announced today....
Middletown families’ pre-school plight for Stormont
AN SDLP Assemblyman has taken the case of a dozen families in Middletown – who were denied places for their children...
Cross’ claim 40th senior county title
Hospital Recovery: £2.6m pumped in to Lurgan building work
A £2.6 million refurbishment of Lurgan Hospital – carried out in four phases over two years – has just been completed....
Flats Flattened: £346,000 to demolish Craigavon ‘drug den’
A BLOCK of flats in Craigavon – a haven for anti-social behaviour and with a reputation as a drug den – is...
Fuel waste dumped while plants are uncovered
CRIMINALS have once again targeted Carnagh forest in their bid to dispose of hazardous fuel waste. Four containers were left strewn...
City could become digital hub of the future
ARMAGH could be the digital hub of the future and plans must be put in place now to make sure the...
Forest Fun: Loughgall Open For National Trails Day
LOUGHGALL Forest is hosting an ‘Eco Trail’ as part of National Trails Day this Sunday, October 7. It is one of 13...
Children at risk in Keady – O’Hanlon
CONCERNS over the lack of a footpath at Madden Row in Keady have once again been raised. Councillor O’Hanlon explained: “On...