Routine scan sees mum Gail give birth on same day
Rugby player Ollie makes the grade at Twickenham
DUP call for action on Millennium Way
DUP pushing for resurfacing in Glenfield Road
Mum threatens to withdraw teenage son from school
Call for action to repair potholes
Bleary YFC go karting at Gosford Park
WITH just 8% of young people in Lurgan regarding the town centre as a shared space, segregation has been revealed as a primary concern. An report commissioned by the Southern Education and Library Board as part of the wider Lurgan Town Project revealed the opinions of many of the 14-21 year olds interviewed . Organised by the Institute of Conflict Research, the Mail has published just some of the views of those involved.
NEWFORGE House in Magheralin is in the running for a top restaurant award.
THE principal of St Michael’s has hit back after his school was placed into formal intervention following a damning inspection report.
WARINGSTOWN man Ollie McCollum is getting used to playing at Twickenham - the hallowed home ground of English rugby.
CRAIGAVON councillors have put their weight behind a motion to lobby the Education Minister to reverse his decision in relation to increasing the capacity of Donacloney Primary School.
IN this week’s Mail our front story is about a row at Carrick Primary School over Irish football coaching sessions which has resulted in a number of parents complaining to local unionist councillors.
LURGAN schoolgirl sensation Niamh Henderson has been named in the Ulster squad for this weekend’s ladies gaelic inter-pro tournament at Kinnegad.
THIS weekend will see the launch of the first ever Women’s Cricket League in the Northern Cricket Union area with Lurgan competing against teams from Civil Service North of Ireland, North Down and Waringstown.
Cavan Minors 0-13 Armagh Minors 1-09
DOLLINGSTOWN Football Club are on the brink of their greatest ever achievement after setting up their promotion hopes with a first leg win over Newington.
BOTH WARINGSTOWN and Lurgan will be crossing their fingers for dry weather as a weekend of cup action looms.
Cavan 1-15 Armagh 1-11
DOLLINGSTOWN 3 NEWINGTON 2
GILFORD playwright Armand Gaillard is back with his latest self-penned comedy - The Departure Lounge.
Not throwing stones
BANBRIDGE BuskFest is once again sending the call out to buskers from near and far to take part in the 10th annual busking festival which this year takes place on Saturday, June 22 in Banbridge Town Centre.
‘THE Heist’ is the hit debut album by rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis, ‘The Heist’ has achieved major success worldwide reaching number one on the album charts in countries such as Germany and America.
‘STAR Trek Into Darkness’ (or STID) takes place in the alternate universe established in 2009’s ‘Star Trek’.
LOCAL indie band Last Rush have embarked on their first UK tour. The self-financed tour started in Glasgow on Tuesday night and when the ‘MAIL’ caught up with the band they were due to play Manchester, Liverpool and finish with two dates in London.
MR Richard Carter Bell, known to everyone as Carter, died suddenly on the evening of April 24 this year after a period of failing health. He was 75.
HAVING attended Craigavon Hospital for a routine scan, Lurgan woman Gail Higgins ended up giving birth to her first child the same day.
FUN loving and friendly, Marie Bland from Lurgan loved life and lived for her family.
A new disco for teenagers in Brownlow in 1980 proved to be a flop.
WAS pub life on the way out in 1980?
A former pupil of Lurgan College was commended for his bravery in 1980.
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Weather for Lurgan
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 4 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 18 mph
Wind direction: North
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Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: South