Armagh I newsletter - Issue #107
Good morning. I'll keep it brief this morning – it was a busy Monday. We've a few things in the pipeline so stay tuned for those.
Thanks to Susan for sending us our first wedding pic (see below). Do keep them coming. You can send them here – or just reply to this email.
Meanwhile, here are the headlines from the last few days.
Plans for multi-million new-build Dungannon Integrated College unveiled next month — armaghi.com
Lurgan man poured bleach over neighbour’s flowers
‘Significant investment’ approved to upgrade CCTV in towns across ABC borough
‘Big smile says it all’ as Newry schoolboy Daniel receives life-saving stem cell transplant
Night to remember Keady man Ed raises over £2,000 for charity
Blackwatertown man under the influence made off after crashing into learner driver on lesson in Armagh
How embroidery started young mum on journey to help other bereaved families
Archaeologists working to uncover new medieval royal residences at Navan Fort
Newry data analytics company creating 39 new jobs thanks to £4.8m investment
Armagh man accused of attempting to steal police handgun and assaulting officer
Revving cars at Tesco car park in Craigavon driving residents mad
Newry city centre in a ‘shocking state’ as urban decay takes hold
Fundraising events to be held to bring John O’Connor Writing School back to Armagh
‘Slow’ probe into fish kill which wiped out lake stock lambasted as ‘unacceptable’
Senior title 46 for Crossmaglen as Shane O’Neill’s claim first intermediate crown in dramatic fashion
Plans in for new phase of major social and specials needs housing on old factory site
Newry residents in danger due to ‘crumbling walls’ damaged by multiple car collisions
High value thefts in Scarva ‘another concerning incident’ locally
Family of murdered schoolboy Gavin McShane meet with Irish government officials
Work to start on £40m St Ronan’s school within months as contractor appointed
Suspect released as police inquiries continue into Armagh assault which left two hospitalised
Charity Grotto says ‘every child deserves magical Christmas’ regardless of donations
Man who sexually assaulted child as she slept jailed
Many congratulations to Alex and Susan Booth on their recent marriage – September 10. It comes on the back of a long year of Alex battling – and beating – cancer. He got to ring the bell a week before the wedding. Sadly, two weeks after the wedding Alex lost his father suddenly. "We have the wedding photos for happy memories," said Susan.
If you have a special occasion that you'd like to share with us in this newsletter, please let us know. Whether it is a wedding, graduation, birthday, anniversary, new-born, we'd love to share. Simply let us know here.
Ever fancied a house with it's own stable block? Well now you could have it, it comes on the form of 21 Cranny Lane, Portadown.
Armagh City Hotel require temporary/seasonal staff for a variety of roles — armaghjobs.com We are now recruiting for Temporary/Seasonal Food Service Staff/Bar Staff/Housekeepers/Stores Person to join the team.
Check out current listings with Morgan McLernon based in Lurgan and Norbrook in Newry
A former media student at Southern Regional College, has been awarded an All-Ireland Scholarship of £16,500 to help support her during her Photography Degree at Ulster University. Read the full story here