Double tragedy rocks two county Armagh communities
Good morning. It was absolutely heartbreaking to hear of the untimely passing of 36-year-old Aaron O’Neill from Portadown. Truly tragic and just days after watching his daughter help Ballyhegan Davitts to an Intermediate Championship.
Similarly, the death of Lurgan businessman John Fearon, while on holiday, was another devastating blow for our community. John's family so kindly took the time to speak to us ahead of his funeral yesterday.
Elsewhere, those of us with oil heating will be receiving £100 electricity credit in the coming weeks. It hasn't gone down too well. Let us know your thoughts? What concerns do you have ahead of the winter...what measures are you putting in place? As always, we'd love to hear from you.
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Friday October 14, 8pm - Market Place Theatre: Simon and Garfunkel tribute duo sing Through the Years in concert.
Saturday October 15, 2pm and 7pm - Manchán Magan’s insights into Irish Language rise up with his sourdough bread at Aonach Mhacha.
Monday October 17 - Thursday October 20, 10am and 1pm - Immersive sensory experience Thaw designed to engage youths with learning disability.
Thursday October 20, 8pm - A night on the tools with storytelling comedian Paddy McDonnell in Market Place Theatre.
Saturday October 29, 10.30pm - More Power to Your Elbow headline Halloween weekend at Basil Sheils.
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Haldane Fisher named Training Company of the Year by Builders Merchants Federation - Armagh Jobs — armaghjobs.com Local leading builders’ merchant Haldane Fisher has been named as the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) Training Company of the Year.
Win four-bed luxury villa in Portugal, Volkswagen seven-seater and £50,000 cash with McKinney Competitions — armaghi.com