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Residents across the district have rubbished Banbridge District Council's plans to extend its new monthly black bin collection service.
A Lurgan girl continues to defy the odds in her battle with leukaemia, having won a host of dance trophies and a beauty contest just days before undergoing chemotherapy.
Cecil Auld from the 1st Banbridge was one of 40 boys chosen from Northern Ireland District Boys Brigade to represent the movement at a momentous occasion in history - the Queen's coronation, in 1953.
As a nation accustomed to dialling 999 and summoning an ambulance, it may seem incredible that a country with as vast a population as India doesn't have a proper ambulance service.
Store director, Specsavers, Lisburn, Natalie Latham, NI regional finalists, spectacle wearer of the year 2014, Mary Devlin, 60+ age category and Derek Dubery, 40-59 age category and store manager Fiona McKay.
Members of Rathfriland & District Regeneration Company Ltd were joined by Banbridge District Council Chairman Cllr Marie Hamilton, Cllrs Seamus Doyle, John Hanna, David Herron and Liz Ingram and John McCallister MLA at the opening of their new premises, the former Bank of Ireland, in Rathfriland i 1 2 Edward Byrne Photography INBL1433-201EB ... (more)
The solicitor for one of two men convicted of the murder of Constable Stephen Carroll has said they are exploring options to take the case to the Supreme Court and the Criminal Case Review Commission.
Dromore Councillor Olive Mercer is commending the Southern Regional College 'Employ Me' programme, beginning its final year this coming September.
Banbridge District Council is celebrating after receiving news that it has once again topped the Northern Ireland Local Authority Municipal Recycling statistics.
The Dromore man was charged with stealing a television from a house at Meganlis Park, which is also in Dromore, on October 15 last year.
POLICE in Northern Ireland have arrested a man on suspicion of manslaughter and facilitating illegal entry into the United Kingdom after 35 immigrants were found in a container that arrived at the Port of Tilbury.
The 34-year-old, from Limavady, Northern Ireland, was arrested just after midday at Banbridge on the A1, Essex Police said.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:48 am
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