Young men killed on our roads
Good morning. It has been a sad week on our roads. The funeral of Barry Mohan takes place later this today in Aughnacloy; the talented All Folk'd Up singer tragically killed on the Monaghan Road in Middletown on Monday morning. Meanwhile, 23-year-old Harrison Jameson lost his life on the Dublin Road in Newry on Tuesday night. Sadly, his accident wasn't discovered until the following morning. His funeral will take place over the weekend.
Elsewhere, there has been plenty happening this week. Check out the headlines from the last few days below..
Singer’s childhood visits to Silverbridge inspire Eurovision bid — armaghi.com
Bessbrook off-licence owner caught selling alcohol on Easter Sunday fell foul of NI’s ‘archaic licensing laws’
Man accused of ‘very sustained, violent attack’ on mother of his child denied bail
Failing to fit proper water fixtures to Lurgan homes costs developer close to £40,000
Man suffers serious neck and head injuries after fall from moving taxi van in Armagh
Local children enjoy official openings of four new play parks in Banbridge!
Tractor and digger among high-valued items stolen from property in Loughgall
Police confirm name of 23-year-old man who died in Newry collision
Portadown twins nominated for top theatre award after knockout performances
Two people taken to hospital after crash on notorious stretch of road outside Portadown
McCracken’s Brewery and Gilfresh Produce scoop gongs at the Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards!
Three men in court accused of high value mobile phone thefts across NI
Daisy Hill Hospital announced as Elective Overnight Stay Centre
The Tandragee man chronicling the town’s past and present through photography
Lurgan man subjected child to ‘very frightening experience’ during incident with ex-partner
Southern Trust welcomes 18 newly qualified midwives to its maternity team
Candle business loses £11,000 after elaborate con which started with fake NMD Council survey
Council to consider providing ‘warm banks’ for residents over concerns around freezing homes
Disappointment and revulsion over judge’s ‘find a wife’ remarks to sex offender
Armagh woman appointed new Deputy Chief Executive at ABC Council
Keady First Responders awarded £1,000 towards life-saving equipment
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The Ghost of a Smile: Two Dickensian terror-tales with clever comic twists — www.armaghi.com
This event takes place in the Studio Theatre with an unreserved, tiered seating layout and is recommended for age 11 and over
Spooktacular fireworks are set to return to Craigavon Lakes this autumn as Halloween descends once again. It’s a monster mash of ghostly goings-on and fantastically frightening fun as the annual Craigavon Halloween Extravaganza takes place on Thursday October 27.
They are back! The City of Armagh Branch, Royal British Legion invite you to join them for their annual Remembrance Concert. This concert is organised each year as a fund-raiser for the Annual Poppy Appeal and is reported as being “the largest single source of income” to their Appeal each year. The concert will take place on November 2, at Market Place Theatre Armagh
Road traffic regulations
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has received an application from BNL Productions LTD that it wishes to hold a Twilight Market and Christmas Light Switch-on at Main Street, Markethill on Friday December 2, 2022 and a Twilight Market and Christmas Light Switch-on at Market Street (The Square), Tandragee on Thursday December 1, 2022.
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council also made an application as they wish to hold a Georgian Day event at Market Street, Upper English Street, Russell Street and Mall East, Armagh on Friday November 25, and Saturday November 26, 2022.
Copies of the application may be inspected free of charge at the Environmental Health Office, The Old Armagh City Hospital, 39 Abbey Street, Armagh, BT61 7DY.