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Drunk Craigavon teenager made hoax bomb call

A “silly teenager” who laughed when police questioned her about a “prank” bomb hoax has been ordered to complete 220 hours of community service.

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Van fire on Dungannon bound roundabout of M12 cleared

The van that went on fire on the Dungannon roundabout of the M12 has now been cleared to the hard shoulder say police.
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Woman discharged from hospital after Northway crash

Woman discharged from hospital after Northway crash

A woman taken to Craigavon Hospital after a crash last night (Tuesday) on the Northway was discharged the same night, a spokesperson for the Southern Trust has said.

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Battling a winter storm

Storm Doris to bring 80mph winds and heavy rain

The UK is set to shiver and get soaked, as Storm Doris hits the country on Thursday.
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Police issue photo of where gun casings fell after automatic gunfire was sprayed at a house in Carrigart Cresent, Lurgan. One man, Ty Mcguire, was critically injured in the attack

Police photo shows gunshot casings sprayed across street after murder attempt

Police have issued a photo of the gunshot casings covering a Lurgan street after a man was critically injured.

Crime
The old Bank of England paper �5 notes will cease to be legal tender in May.

Here’s how long you have to spend your paper £5 notes

Time is running out for people looking to spend their paper Bank of England £5 notes.

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Crisis service helps local people

Crisis service helps local people

A home treatment service for people with a severe mental health crisis is now available across the Southern Health and Social Care Trust 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Seven charged after probe into attacks on homes of serving police officers

Seven people are to appear in court this morning charged with a number of offences following a probe into attacks on the homes of serving police officers.

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Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.

Became abusive to police called to deal with men fighting

A man was fined £75 last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for a disorderly behaviour offence.

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Said he was ‘making stand against Muslims’

A man who was racially abusive claiming he was ‘making a stand against Muslims’ was sentenced to a total of nine months in prison last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court.

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The justice system

Banned from driving for six months

A 36-year-old man was banned from driving for six months last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for not having insurance on October 13 last year.

Crime
Ambulance crews at scene of Northway crash

Ambulance crews at scene of Northway crash

Major tailbacks are being reported on the Northway this evening (Tuesday) due to a two-vehicle crash.

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Jewellery stolen after burglars force back door of house

Jewellery stolen after burglars force back door of house

A number of items of jewellery and a camera were taken during a burglary in the Ashley Heights area of Portadown last Thursday, February 16.

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Lurgan station railway crossing

Gridlock as railway gates fail

Calls for action have been made to deal with gridlock in Lurgan at the railway gates after another day of frustration.

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Jo-Anne Dobson

Dobson praises young people in Waringstown Basement Youth Centre

Young people of the Waringstown Basement Youth Centre have been highly commended by Ulster Unionist candidate for Upper Bann Jo-Anne Dobson.

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Sinn Fein's Nuala Toman at the  launch of Sinn Fein's  Integrity in Government document in the CultSrlann in West Belfast on Monday.
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Challenges of legacy issues on SF manifesto

Sinn Fein is standing up for equality, integrity and respect as well as dealing with the challenges of legacy, says candidate John O’Dowd.

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Sam Gardiner honoured by UUP

Sam Gardiner honoured by UUP

Waringstown Branch UUP held a surprise dinner for Sam Gardiner on Friday January 27.

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- Pictured receiving a donation cheque from TADA Rural Support Group are Lucy Montgomery, Kyle Savage, Brendan McCann (TADA) Geraldine Lawless (TADA) and Barbara Bailie.

A first for Weavers Cancer Support Group

Weavers Cancer Support Group celebrated their first anniversary at Cafe Rigmarole in Waringstown, recently.

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Assembly Candidate Jo-Anne Dobson with Holly McKee, Sarah Shaw, Emma Gregson and Lauren Farrell with their company Hush Speakers from Banbridge Academy at the Young Enterprise Trade Fair at Rushmere Shopping Centre.

Dobson hails young future entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneurs from schools across the local area set up their stalls at the ‘Young Enterprise Trade Fair’ hosted by Rushmere shopping centre, Craigavon.

Business
Shannon Ward winner in the 11-13 yrs special category  from Lurgan Credit Union,  with Marty Whelan and ILCU President Brian McCrory  in Croke Park. Pic by Maxwell Photgraphy.

Shannon comes up trumphs in popular ILCU art competition

A Lurgan girl was among one of the winners of one of the country’s biggest art competitions, run by the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU).

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