Ghoulish October so far at Armagh I
Good morning, Micheal with you here. Truth be told, this is the third variation of this newsletter this week – it's been one of those weeks, largely centred around a cyber attack and battling off intrusive Vietnamese hackers pretending to be Armagh I on social media – you may have noticed some weird goings on on our main Facebook page.
We thought we had fended it off last week but they were deep-rooted in the long grass. Each morning waking up to an email saying we'd been kicked out again. You know those moments when you feel everything leave your body – that!
Anyway, we've managed to speak to a human at Facebook. For anyone who has had previous difficulties with Facebook, you'll know that's an impressive feat in itself. Maybe when it's all a little less raw we will fill you in on the lengths (literally) we've gone to this week. There
may be is lessons to be learnt from this one too.
Away from Facebook, this newsletter has been steadily growing, and given our difficulties with social media this week, we are considering increasing the frequency of it to a couple of times a week.
After all, as signed up members you are among some of our most loyal readers – and we really do appreciate that. As always, we welcome your feedback, so just reply to this email with your thoughts, no matter how ghoulish!
Halloween is nigh...
As if this week wasn't scary enough!!! Here's something to get your teeth into happening later this month. 'Rushfear' – I do love a good pun, so hats off to the Council for that one....
Rushfear Spooky Shenanigans and South Lake Fireworks — armaghi.com
In the news..
UK City of Culture 2025 one step closer with Armagh City in last eight! — armaghi.com
DIY giant Screwfix nails approval for new store in Portadown — armaghi.com
Weekend funeral for ‘farmer at heart’ Seamus who died 11 days after Tassagh farm accident — armaghi.com
Lurgan man fined for ‘nasty offence’ which led to death of goat — armaghi.com
Business could be paid annual fee from ABC Council to offer up toilets to public — armaghi.com
Armagh family among hundreds left in dark over recycling collection – new service on its way next month — armaghi.com
Banbridge Chronicle to cease publication after 151 years serving local community — armaghi.com
Man flees on foot after car collides with tanker on Moy Road Armagh — armaghi.com
Richhill Tyre Centre currently recruiting for a Tyre Technician — armaghjobs.com
Practice Coordinator required for M Reynolds Financial Solutions
Flagstaff Lodge, Newry seeking a Night Porter
Flagstaff Lodge recruiting for a housekeeper
Production Managers required at Norbrook Newry
Linwoods recruiting for Brand Marketing Executive — armaghjobs.com
Chef / Cook required for Norbrook, Newry
Registered Nurses - Care Homes - Armagh Jobs — armaghjobs.com
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Problem solving with Oisin Corrigan of Truck and Trailer Works Armagh — armaghjobs.com
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