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Tribute Night for Pat McGinn and Turlough Murph

  A special tribute night has been held for outgoing Sinn Féin councillors Pat McGinn and Turlough Murphy in Camlough on Saturday 22nd February. The event, which was attended by family and friends of the two men, was also used as an opportunity to introduce newly appointed councillors Roisín Mulgrew and Dáire Hughes. Local republican […]

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Sinn Féin comment re Armagh District Rate

  Sinn Fein group leader on Armagh Council, Roy McCartney made the following comment following the striking of the district rate on Monday. “While all councillors and party groupings would like to set the rate as low as possible, we made a mature decision to ensure that while front line services will be maintained, we […]

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“Rural Crime must be Top Priority” – Hearty

  Sinn Féin councillor Terry Hearty has said that it is essential that the PSNI make rural crime their top priority for 2014. Speaking during the latest Policing & Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) meeting Councillor Hearty said, “All across South Armagh tractors, machinery and livestock are being targeted by thieves on a regular basis.  In […]

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Anti-Community Behaviour in Keady

  “People must take more responsibility for their actions and have pride in their community.” This was the message from local Councillor Darren McNally as he viewed damage caused by an incident of vandalism in the Keady area over the weekend. Councillor McNally was responding to reports from local residents that once again the centre of town has been the scene of a […]

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Boylan supports Stop Smoking Bus

Newry Armagh Assembly Member Cathal Boylan has helped launch the latest smoking cessation initiative undertaken by the Public Health Agency in conjunction with Translink and Cancer Focus. Mr Boylan said, “Tobacco addiction is a lethal habit.  We know that half of all smokers will die from smoking related causes and all smokers will have reduced […]

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