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The Whitehead branch of the Royal British Legion is holding a coffee morning on Saturday in Whitehead Community Centre (9.30am - 12.30).
POLICE are investigating an alleged attack on a woman at the Belmont Hotel, Banbridge, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
AS Banbridge students buckle down for exams, TV Licensing is offering some good news in that those moving home for the summer might be able to claim a refund on their TV Licence.
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 GROUP of Liverpool fans from Moira are looking forward to a dream day in Merseyside on May 28 after winning the chance to play on the famous Anfield pitch.
RATHFRILAND’S U14 team entered the Annalong Rovers Festival of Football on Friday past and put in a fine team display to sweep to victory with relative ease.
COMMITTEE MEETING - The May committee meeting will take place at the clubrooms tonight Tuesday 21 May at 7pm. Please note the new earlier start time.
THIS game was a textbook example of a meaningless end of season fixture.
RATHFRILAND U10s made the trip over the Mournes to the inaugural Annalong Football Festival on Saturday past and found themselves in group D with Hillsborough Boys, hosts Annalong Rovers and Banbridge Rangers.
DROMORE RFC have been announced as one of 16 rugby clubs to be shortlisted for Ulster Bank RugbyForce - an initiative which provides rugby clubs with a support package to renovate their club and upgrade their facilities.
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.
A 22 YEAR-Old man was due to appear in court yesterday (Monday) in relation to a number of alleged offences in Rathfriland over the weekend.
THE Loughbrickland community has been saddened to learn of the passing of local man, Mr Maurice Russell, at the age of 47.
A FORMER military man from Yorkshire who came to adopt Banbridge as his second home, has died after a period of illness.
“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.
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Friday 24 May 2013
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