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Woman accused of providing false alibi
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.
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Farmer fined after admitting cattle identification charges
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.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
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.
Offensive remarks 'pass custody threshold'
The nature of remarks made by a Lurgan man to police were so offensive that they passed the custody threshold, Craigavon Magistrates Court heard last Wednesday.
Board was briefed insists Baggott
Northern Ireland's chief constable has insisted members of his oversight body - the Policing Board - were fully briefed about a process to deal with on-the-run IRA suspects.
Four jailed for couple manslaughter
Four brothers have been jailed for up to 11 years each for killing a couple in a fire at the remote cottage they shared in County Armagh.
Council to ask BBC on Proms in the Park
A note of discord was sounded at the borough council on Monday over moves to have the BBC's spectacular show 'Proms in the Park' staged within the next few years in Lurgan Park against the backdrop of Brownlow House.
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor...
Queen University Belfast President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston welcome former US president Bill Clinton to the William J. Clinton Leadership Institute at Riddel Hall, Belfast Northern Ireland's peace process has set an example to the world, former US President Bill Clinton told business leaders in Belfast last night.
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.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Currently the eyes of the world are focused on the Middle East and the hundreds of thousands of Syrians who are fleeing their homes because of civil war.
Dual carriageway call after two crashes in 48 hours
The scene at a road traffic crash at near Dobbin on the Portadown - Armagh Road on Friday morning.
Preview of this week's Lurgan Mail
In this week's Lurgan Mail we report on the mindless vandals who put a special needs bus out of commission.
Woman charged over Black murder alibi
A woman has appeared in court charged with perverting the course of justice by providing a false alibi for a suspect in the murder investigation of prison officer David Black.
Man had cannabis in blood sample
A Portadown man was banned from driving for a year last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for being in charge of a car while unfit through drugs.
Clinton visit an "honour" - Hume
SDLP founder and past leader John Hume has said former US President Bill Clinton's visit to Londonderry is an "incredible honour" for the city.
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.
Tue Mar 04, 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.
Fire Safety information evening planned in Town Hall
All members of the Dromore community are invited to attend a Fire Safety Information Evening in Dromore Town Hall on Wednesday March 5 at 7.30pm.
More 'welfare cases' opened across SELB than in Belfast
More children have been referred to education welfare officers under the Southern Education and Library Board , than any other ELB area since 2009.