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AS part of their 70th anniversary celebrations members of Dromore Cathedral Girls Brigade attended a Celebration Dinner for past members and current leaders in Brownlow Castle on Thursday evening.
THE district’s farmers have been advised to make full use of the 2013 DARD (Department of Agriculture and Rural Development) Fodder Transport Scheme.
A 26-YEAR-OLD man is still being questioned by detectives following the attempted murders of three police officers in Dunmurry.
A PIONEERING Dementia Community Roadshow will be visiting Banbridge Tesco Superstore on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14-15, as it aims to increase local awareness and understanding of the condition.
POLICE in Banbridge are appealing for information after the windows of a car were damaged in Brookfield Meadows.
A BLACKSKULL mother whose daughter has a congenital heart defect has been told there are no school places for either her daughter or son.
BANBRIDGE Town Chairman, Andrew Cully, has confirmed that Brian Adair has left the club.
BANBRIDGE U19s had to come from behind twice before eventually overcoming a stout challenge from host club Portadown in the final of the Nutty Krust Floodlit Tournament.
LAST Saturday Banbridge Golf Club’s members played for prizes sponsored by our professional Jason Greenaway.
RATHFRILAND U9s played Windmill Colts on the final day of the IFA Games Development Centre at the Abbey Grammar and returned to winning ways with an excellent display of attacking football.
BANBRIDGE MISS OUT ON JIMMY BRUEN QUALIFICATION - The Banbridge Jimmy Bruen team, captained by Peter Hillen, made the trip to Farnham Estate in Co Cavan for the qualifying round.
MONEYSLANE FC will hold their AGM on Tuesday June 4 at 7.30pm in their Social Club.
Newly-weds’ flight drama video
A NEWLY-WED couple from Banbridge had a honeymoon they will never forget after the aircraft they were travelling on had to make an emergency landing in Bermuda.
IT’S that time of the year, when the Kinallen Rural Community Development Association hosts a fun filled family May Day Bank Holiday Monday.
A CHARITY night with a difference is being held in the Belmont Hotel in June to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Gilford Community Centre is to mark its first anniversary by offering a day of free activity for all.
ARTANA WI President Myrtle Meeke welcomed everyone to the January meeting including Miss Cassandra Sloan and the speaker Mr Gregg Somerville.
“SONGS in the Park”, a local community initiative led by Banbridge Clergy Fellowship, makes a welcome return to Solitude Park on Sunday, June 2, at 3pm thanks to funding secured from Banbridge District Council’s Good Relations Programme.
A BANBRIDGE woman, whose mother, a Multiple Sclerosis sufferer, died last year, spoke movingly at a recent civic reception celebrating the work of the Banbridge MS Support Group.
BANBRIDGE district ratepayers are footing the bill for lavish council dinner-and-drinks functions for staff, it has been claimed.
Crozier House residents fearful of losing their much-loved ‘home’ Brothers evacuated from Skeagh House now face losing their home a second time
WHILE the immediate threat to Crozier House has been lifted the situation is by no means clear with residential homes still facing a shake-up under Department of Health proposals.
MR Robert Leslie McDowell passed away at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, on Monday, April 15.
EDUCATION minister John O’Dowd has refused a meeting to discuss his rejection of an additional classroom at Donacloney Primary School.
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Weather for Banbridge
Monday 20 May 2013
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Wind direction: North
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Wind direction: North west