Preview of this week’s Lurgan Mail

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In this week’s ‘MAIL’, available from this morning, we lead with the news that council’s plans to spend £75,000 on lavish legacy celebrations look set to be shot down in flames.

Elsewhere we report on a case against three members of the Duffy family which has been adjourned, Drumbeg residents’ fight for brown bins and the fall out from a major power outage.

We have obituaries for Iris Black and Johnny Bateman as well as a feature on a Lurgan man who rubbed shoulders with the King of Rock and Roll and an interview with Trevor and Sandra Newell who are shutting up shop after more than 30 years in the newsagency trade.

This week’s ‘MAIL’ also contains a 20-page Motors supplement.