Lurgan Mail

Video of 'actively psychotic' killer lurking around properties

Crime
The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business
Court case

Co Down farmer jailed for cattle movement offences

Crime
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Pup ‘thrown’ from a car

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Five Guys and Nandos on course to be delivered in October

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Twelfth success is hailed by local MLA

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Football club and play area hit by vandals

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Louise Dunlop: My boys have shown me devoted love

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John and Jo-Anne Dobson celebrate with Pete Garbutt McDonald's Agriculture Manager and Keith Williamson Supply Chain Manager at Linden Foods after John scooped the McDonald's Beef Farmer Award for UK and Ireland at the Great Yorkshire Show. INLM McDonalds Dobson

McDonald’s award is John’s third top prize on the hoof

Environment
Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton. Pic by Pacemaker.

GARY HAMILTON: Glenavon boss dreaming of more magic against Molde

Football
The 2018 O'Neills Foyle Cup Parade makes it way down Great James Street.

Young stars shine again at the Foyle Cup

Football

Louise Dunlop: My boys have shown me devoted love

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Chris Dougherty hooks on his way to 46

Mark Adair sparks life into Northern Knights in win over North West Warriors

Sport

James McCollum backed to break into the international stage

Sport

Waringstown keep pressure on leaders; Armagh status on the brink

Sport

James Hall and Adam Dennison pave the way to final for Waringstown

Sport

Timely return: Kyle McCallan back with Waringstown for triple assault

Sport

Tickets on sale now for Tom Odell’s Belfast show

Music

Kick start the school summer holidays this week at the Grand Opera House Family Festival

Theatre and Comedy
One of the books included in the prize

Enter short story competition and win Eason top summer reads

Arts
Lord Mayor, Councillor Julie Flaherty launches Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council's latest Go East trade mission with Pat and Peter McKeever from Long Meadow Cider, participants in the hugely successful pilot earlier this  year.

Trade mission to take off for India

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Interface staff from Portadown and Lurgan have been acknowledged for their long service. This year 16 staff with a total of 325 years' service received vouchers and a celebratory evening with Ton van Keken, Senior Vice President of Supply Chain, Interface EMEA.

Employees notch up an incredible 325 years of service for Interface Europe

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Pictured at the Cult�rlann McAdam " Fiaich Irish language cultural and arts centre on the Falls Road in Belfast is Mollie McKay, 15, from Lurgan, a promising young photographer who was recently announced as one of the winners of the first-ever Quilter Cheviot Award as part of the 2018 Belfast Photo Festival Compact.

Molly’s award from Belfast Photo Festival

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