How twins entrepreneurs Aaron and Andrew built a business empire
Good morning folks, it's Micheal with you here. I just wanted to begin with something that crops up now and again. We get a fair amount of 'tip-offs' via our contact form on the website, whereby someone will fill in their name, email address and details of whatever they're reaching out to us about.
On occasions people are keen to remain anonymous, which is understandable. If you want to remain anonymous with a tip-off we will keep you anonymous – so never be afraid of being outed for complaining about something. Please don't complain about us though...joking (half joking). We are open to constructive criticism..
Anyway, we had a tip about a story in Mountnorris of which I will not go into details as we haven't looked into it properly, however, we are keen to follow-up on more information. The problem we have with our contact form is you that can fill in whatever you want for your name and email address; this makes it impossible to follow-up again. The person who reached out wanted to remain anonymous and put in a random email address – we can't follow up without being able to reach you again..
Either way, if that was you we'd like to hear from you again. And for everyone else, let us know about a story and we'll certainly look into it – anonymous or not!
Now, for the news we have been able to report...
Podcast: How twins entrepreneurs Aaron and Andrew have built themselves a business empire — armaghi.com
Andrew sat down with us to speak about said empire...
Driver who caused Markethill man catastrophic ‘life-changing’ injuries spared jail — armaghi.com
Mum-of-four’s despair with roads ‘literally crumbling away’ in Co Armagh housing estate — armaghi.com
In Pictures: Roaring success for Armagh Lions as crowds descend on Loughgall for marvellous motoring showcase — armaghi.com
Two men will be sentenced next month after the last defendant finally admitted involvement in a series of sophisticated keyless car thefts and car ‘chop shop’ ring.
An alleged pervert priest has appeared in court accused of voyeurism. Father Aidan Patrick McCann (35) appeared at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court by videolink from his solicitor’s office and confirmed that he understood the single charge against him.
A trailer-load of lorry tyres, dumped in a rural part of Portadown, were pulled from a ditch in what is the fourth such incident in the space of a year.
A Co Armagh woman convicted of ‘sexting’ and grooming a teenage schoolgirl has escaped jail, solely because of her disabled adopted son.
A Co Armagh man who spied on his partner’s daughter as she showered has been given community service and placed on probation after admitting seven counts of voyeurism.
Donald Lavery: ‘A confidant to many’ and ‘highly-esteemed member of Lurgan’ — armaghi.com
Portadown FC plans to transform Shamrock Park with huge redevelopment on cards — armaghi.com
Two police officers injured in collision with van in Jonesborough as driver flees from scene — armaghi.com
We've a job going ourselves if you fancy joining the mix! I promise, the office is ALWAYS that tidy....
Armagh I require an Advertising Account Manager to join the team — armaghjobs.com
Visit www.armaghjobs.com for more roles (not with us, unfortunately).