Some positive news on the ABC Council strike action?
Good morning. Whisper it quietly, but there may be some positive news on the horizon regarding industrial action across the ABC Borough which has been ongoing for the last five
months weeks. We'll leave that one there for now but stay tuned...
On another note, I had one of the strangest phone calls in 10 years covering the news with Armagh I...possibly ever as a "professional". In was in response to our coverage of the Mark Dunlop story earlier this week. He was sentenced to nine years behind bars and handed an extended three year sentence as he was deemed such a danger to society. To the anonymous caller – this was one of the most important stories we have covered in our 10 years and no amount of abuse will change that. It is in the public's interest and it's such an important story. Hopefully this poor woman's story will give others the courage to speak up. And we will certainly not be silenced by anonymous callers demanding its removal.
On a lighter note...ten years and still going, despite installing that office phone last year! Who's bright idea was that, lol. To celebrate those 10 years, we're giving away £1,000 in local vouchers. Enter here to be in with a chance of winning.
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5 minutes with...
5 minutes with... Melissa Wright of Photography by Melissa NI — armaghjobs.com
Next Move Property Sales are delighted to introduce onto the market a highly attractive Townhouse located only a short distance from Tandragee town centre. Cornmarket Square is a new development of Townhouses which are not only spacious but are immaculately decorated to a very high standard throughout.
Other properties just added by Next Move Property Sales include 29 The Fairways, Portadown, 23 Laurel Drive, Laurelvale, 16 The Slopes, Rathfriland, and 18 Brookvale Crescent, Portadown.
Joyce Clarke in Portadown recently added 13 Bowens Mews, Lurgan which is a truly exceptional detached family home set upon a corner plot within a quiet cul de sac. This attractive property is filled with natural light, making this a warm and welcoming family home.
Don't miss out on 106 Breagh Hill, Portadown and 92 Murray Wood, Waringstown
Portadown’s popular Country Comes to Town event agrees new October date. Thousands of people descend on the Co. Armagh town for the annual showcase which is now agreed for Saturday, October 8.
The most famous bagpipe band on the planet are here in Armagh rocking the renowned Basil Sheils venue in Tassagh for one night only!
Market Place Theatre: Settling our troubles over Tea In A China Cup. Building Bridges Community Arts Theatre Presents ‘Tea In A China Cup’ in the Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
Multi-instrumentalist Jack Warnock adds Market Place Theatre Armagh to prestigious performance locations
Yes, it's only around the corner... Christmas! Following on from last year’s success, Armagh Observatory and Planetarium is once again planning an out of this world experience for families across Northern Ireland as it launches this year’s Mission Santa event.