Drove through a police checkpoint
A disqualified driver who drove on the wrong side of the road and drove through a police checkpoint without stopping, was sentenced at last week's Banbridge Magistrates Court.
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Her devotion to patients was second to none
Mrs Linda Mary Maureen McCandless died at her home Whyte of Mourne, 113 Dromore Road, Banbridge on Saturday February 22. Linda was the dearly loved wife of Joe, loving mum of Jacqueline, mother-in-law of Peter and nanny of Andrew.
Banbridge girl shows off tartan in London
David Simpson MP welcomed the Ulster Scots Agency to Westminster with Banbridge girl Alison Davis showing off the new Causeway Tartan at the heart of the Houses of Parliament.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Plans for The Outlet welcomed
The news that The Outlet retail park is to be relaunched with more leisure attractions has been widely welcomed from locals around the town.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Members pay tribute to outgoing Chief Executive
Coleraine Borough Council's outgoing Chief Executive, Roger Wilson was in the spotlight at his final meeting last Tuesday night.
Worst junction in Banbridge
A Katesbridge driver charged with driving without due care and attention has been given an absolute discharge, after the local court heard how she was involved in a minor accident at a notoriously difficult junction.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Proposals mean new jobs and facilities for Outlet Retail Park
New plans have been unveiled for The Outlet Retail Park to secure the centre's existing 500 jobs and create an additional 200 full and part-time positions.
Dromore Unionists outraged at McCrea
Dromore Ulster Unionists have reacted with outrage to comments made by local MLA Basil McCrea during the debate about the 'on-the-runs' in the Assembly.
Local post for Captain Colin
Bishop of Down and Dromore, the Rt Rev Harold Miller, has introduced Captain Colin Taylor as Evangelist in Charge in the Parish of Dromara and Garvaghy.
Town set to celebrate St Patrick's Day
Banbridge District Council hosts its annual St Patrick's Day Celebration in Solitude Park on Saturday 15 March and is promising fun for all.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Burglars had southern accents
Around 6.20pm on Tuesday, 25 February, the male occupant of a house found a male in the kitchen.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
New Chief Executive
Dr Theresa Donaldson, the current Chief Executive of Craigavon Borough Council, is widely tipped to have been offered the position.
Give my Head Peace live: find out where and when
This March Ma, Da, Uncle Andy and the rest of the gang will be hitting the road with their unmissable and hilarious brand new show Give My Head Peace Live.
Hamilton to run again for Alliance at council poll
The Alliance Party has chosen five of its seven candidates to fight the local government elections in May to the new so-called super council, covering Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Fine and ban after accident at Katesbridge
A driver who collided with a stationary car, appeared before Banbridge Magistrates Court last week charged with driving with excess alcohol in breath and driving without due care and attention.
Man assaulted at licensed premises
Police, who issued an appeal at the time of the incident, are still keen to speak again to a dark-haired woman who spoke to them briefly at the scene.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Older people in Dromore look to future
Dromore's older people have seized the opportunity to speak out about their needs and help shape plans for the future.
Inspiration from a world icon
When Kathi Scott left Dromore at the age of 19 she never imagined that she would end up working for a world icon.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
A 8m plan to revive Outlet's fortunes
An A 8m investment that would create 200 jobs will attempt to revive the fortunes of one of Northern Ireland's biggest retail parks.
Childhood beatings 'left me deaf'
A former resident at St Joseph's Catholic children's home, Termonbacca, has told the Historical Abuse Inquiry that he is partially deaf because of the beatings he received there.