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Appeal for information after arson attack at Portadown house
The fire was reported shorty after 3am to a vacant property in the Garvaghy Road area of Portadown during the early hours of this morning.
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Child sex offender is jailed
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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3,000 smokers in Moyle - can you kick the habit this year?
The British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland, the Public Health Agency and Cancer Focus Northern Ireland are urging Moyle's THREE THOUSAND smokers to kick the habit this No Smoking Day .
Sat Mar 08, 2014
A baby is being treated in hospital following an incident in east Belfast and pipe bombs thrown at homes in Londonderry are being treated as racist attacks.
Banned for six months
Siobhan Keys from St. Patrick's Villas, was also charged with having no vehicle test certificate and driving unaccompanied.
Irish Republican News
"We broke Armagh, it never broke us"
The reflections of a group of republican women ex-prisoners and the trauma, emotional and physical, that many of these women suffered and overcame during their time in prison.
Bio waste collection causes food for thought
A proposal for Ballymoney Borough Council to start collecting bio waste has resulted in a DUP split - with one member walking out at a recent meeting.
Women to take over council chamber
Getting their voices heard: Stephanie Campbell , Shauna Irons , Cara McShane and Angela Mulholland , members of the A Recipe for Good Decision Making project which will take over Moyle District Council Chamber on March 6 to shine a light on the lack of female representation in Northern Ireland politics in the run-up to International Women s Day.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Fishermen rise up against Fracking in Enniskillen
Over 60 boats joined by a fleet of cars and vans sailed through the streets of Enniskillen on Saturday, March 1 in a powerful show of Fishermens antifracking solidarity.
Green light given to school amalgamation
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.
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Belize Fairtrade producers visit Northern Ireland
R: Chris Boyd, Co-operative Northern Ireland, and Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines and Chair of Fairtrade Belfast with Alfredo Ortega, Belize Fairtrade Sugar Farmer's Association displaying the Fairtrade hamper that was donated by the Co-operative and the Consulate for St Vincent and the Grenadines question ... (more)
Fields of Life charity to hoist flag onto province's top peak
Portadown-based charity, Fields of Life, has been chosen to take the Commonwealth Flag to the summit of the highest peak in Northern Ireland next week.
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.
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.