Rats come out to play...and die on our streets!
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Yesterday marked six weeks since the beginning of industrial action across the ABC borough. How much longer will it endure...
Nonetheless, the rats have come out to play...and die on our streets! Here's what's been making the headlines over the last number of days.
Former leisure club and pool hall could be converted into new Indian takeaway
Staff and students recount fond memories of Queen’s visit to officially open City of Armagh High School in 1995
Cyclists from across Ulster help raise £5,000 in ‘Cycle for John’ event
Armagh man who possessed range of child pornography over 12-year period avoids jail
Uncertainty for Armagh St John Ambulance Cadets as training stops amid search for suitable premises
Two burglars in face masks make off from house with over £150,000 worth of jewellery
Lurgan thug who assaulted heavily pregnant partner before threatening to kill her jailed
Armagh police officer appears in court on serious assault charge
Armagh man who left friend with ‘devastating’ eye injury after drunken attack avoids jail
Mother and daughter remanded in custody after ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ drugs bust
Pictured: Co Armagh individuals and businesses celebrated at Ulster Tatler Awards 2022
Model farm set firm in running for national award
Co Armagh man who carried out depraved sex acts on sisters and schoolgirl jailed for 10 years
Author Jake Mac Siacais will present his memoir of life as an Irish language activist and former IRA prisoner who was intimately involved in the peace process. Aonach Mhacha, Armagh, Friday September 23, 2022 from 7pm – 8pm. This is a free event
Aonach Mhacha is pleased to announce that internationally renowned Jewish-Israeli artist Zohar’s touring exhibition, The Palestinian Paintings, will be open to the public from (today) Tuesday September 20, 2022 for 6 weeks. This peace-building, cross-border, cross-community, interfaith, bilingual exhibition will travel to each of Ireland’s 32 counties, promoting good relations among our diverse populations.
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