Lurgan Mail

Southern Trust Anaesthetist is first in Northern Ireland to receive award

News
Ambulances queue at Craigavon Area Hospital on Monday night

Scene of ‘hellish chaos’ in casualty says 81-year-old

Health
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Traffic disruption due to power cable

News

Family concern for dad missing since Monday in ice-cold weather

News

Smuggler has his court debt slashed

Crime

Brothers plead guilty to sex trade charges

Crime
A trailer similar to the one that was stolen in the Gilford area. Pic posted by PSNI Banbridge.

Cattle trailer stolen: Police appeal for witnesses

Crime
Doug Beattie MLA

MLAs back campaign for new Education Hub

Education
Winston Pinkerton RSPBANI President. Pic by John Kelly

Touch of Tartan to support BHF

Whats on

Country star Lisa McHugh is back on the road again

Music
At the Education Authority Celebration of Full Attendance eventt. Pictured FR L-R Principal Mary McHenry St Louise's College, EA Director of CYPS Dr Clare Mangan, Chair of CYPS Cttee and EA Board Member Pat Carville and Nicola Topping EA CYPS. BR L-R Adrain Nugent EA Head of Education Welfare, Dylan Colton St Patrick's Academy, Hannah Connell Limavady Grammar School, Philip Gervin St Patrick's Academy, Andrew Steward Larne Grammar School, Aaron Donnell Saintfield High School, Scott Hagan Our Lady & St Patrick's College, John Joe Nugent, Paul Fletcher, Connor Renaghan, Sean McGuigan St Patrick's High School, Keady and Tracey Woods CSSC. MR L-R Emma Sloan CSSC, Victoria Hunter Friends' School, Katherine Ingram Bloomfield Collegiate, Amy Booth Rainey Endowed School, Emer Rooney St Catherine's College, Aine McNulty St Patrick's Academy, Killain Frew Limavady High School, Chloe McCarron Limavady High School, Ashley Callaghan Limavady Grammar School, Kirsty Leslie Dunluce School, Alexandra Hunter Friends' School.

Students celebrated for ‘perfect attendance’

Lifestyle
The Beacon Hotel in New York's Upper West Side.

Live it up as a local in vibrant New York

Lifestyle

Low-cost airline giving travellers more bang for their buck

Lifestyle