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.
It could be years before meaningful data on whether jobs are created or retained by Invest NI is available, it has been revealed.
Five men have been charged with a range of drugs offences in connection with the seizure of cannabis worth more than £350,000 in south Down.
A 36-year-old man has been shot in a paramilitary punishment-style attack on the outskirts of west Belfast.
A new website to promote mediation as an alternative to going to court has been launched in Northern Ireland.
Dissident republicans are attempting to whip up tensions around the marching season in a bid to attract a new generation of recruits, a senior Orange Order figure has claimed.
DROMORE High School pupil Sophie Fletcher has been named the KEY Programme’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
AGRICULTURE and Rural Development Minister Michelle O’Neill met with farmers from South Down to discuss a number of rural issues.
THE announcement of more than 100 new jobs for the Dungannon area by food processing company, Linden Foods, has been welcome news for the area in the same week that the latest government statistics reveal the rate of unemployment locally has fallen by just over two per cent.
MOSSIDE Rising Sons of Ulster Accordion Band will hold their annual parade in Mosside on Wednesday, June 26th.
A REUNION for former pupils of Dunluce School in Bushmills who attended between 1982 and 1986 will be held in the Playhouse in Portrush this Saturday (May 4th).
THE Women’s Section of the Ballymoney branch of the Royal British Legion are holding a table quiz in the Clubrooms on Thursday, May 16 at 8pm.
The restoration of the Ulster Canal has been given the go-ahead by planners.
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Weather for Banbridge
Thursday 23 May 2013
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