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3 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
A convicted paedophile who lured a six-year old girl into his Lurgan home where she was sexually assaulted, told police he knew all the children in the street.
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The statue, which was commissioned over four years ago, is due to be erected in West Street "imminently" according to Craigavon Borough Council.
This figure was revealed by Finance Minister Simon Hamilton MLA who outlined his plans to evaluate the scheme during a meeting with traders at Lisburn Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
The First and Deputy First Ministers have hit out at those behind two letter bombs found in Royal Mail sorting centres, which are believed to have been addressed to prison officers at Maghaberry Prison.
Thieves stole a tractor from a yard in Hillsborough and then loaded it onto some other form of transport sometime in the last few days.
The Chief Executive Designate for the new Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council has been named as Dr Theresa Donaldson.
A County Armagh man, who was caught in Bundoran on possession of drugs and having drugs for sale and supply, has been remanded on continuing bail until April 4. 55 year-old Paul McConville, Craig Terrace, Craigavon, county Armagh is charged with possession and having drugs for sale and supply at Burnhill, Bundoran on November 21 last year.
A Lurgan man charged with the murder of prison officer David Black has had an application for bail turned down.
Bishop Noel Treanor could face legal action from a man who, until recently, led the Catholic Church's internal child protection watchdog, the National Board of Safeguarding Children The former head of a child protection watchdog may sue a Catholic bishop over a report that praised safeguarding practices within the bishop's diocese.
Lagan Valley MP Jeffrey Donaldson has said he remains concerned about the impact the service station under construction on the M1 at Lisburn will have on local residents.
Eirigi press officer Stephen Murney has given an account of the physical and mental torture he endured while interned at Maghaberry prison, outside Lisburn over the past 14 months.
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A male auxiliary nurse who sexually assaulted a "hopelessly defenceless" elderly patient was on Friday handed a five year jail term.
The Education Minister has given the green light for the amalgamation of St Michael's, St Mary's and St Paul's to form a new non-selective post-primary voluntary grammar school.
A letter bomb intercepted at a postal sorting office in Northern Ireland was addressed to a prison, Sky News sources understand.
A 28 year old Lurgan woman has been charged with perverting the course of justice by providing an alibi in the David Black murder case.
David White, Ballygargan Road, was convicted at Craigavon Magistrates' Court on Tuesday and fined A 1,000 plus A 34 costs and a A 15 offender's levy.