Lurgan Mail

‘Bring Adrian’s killer to justice’

Crime
Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council Alderman Gareth Wilson is joined by Niamh Taylor and Kirsty Nixon of Digital 24 to launch the council's free Digital Retail Therapy Programme which has been designed to help the growth of local businesses by helping them learn new skills and develop confidence to make the most of the vast digital retail opportunities available. For further information visit www.digitalretailtherapyprogramme.com

Council launches free digital mentoring for local businesses

Business
Ben who was attacked by two Staffordshire Bull Terriers at Kernan on Sunday causing him to lose an eye. INPT16-205.

Pet loses eye after incident

Crime
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Kicked his victim six times around head

News

Another man charged in connection with republican parade

News

Fined for harassing woman who ‘stared at him at lights’

News

Car burnt out after ‘donut’ racing terror

Crime

WATCH: Rob Herring's statement on behalf of Ulster players following the IRFU review decision

News

Lurgan area assault trio sentenced

Crime
TV Licensing

Help at hand if you have problems paying your TV Licence

Arts
Presenter Ruth Sanderson

Voyage of discovery for Ruth

News

VIDEO: Fusion Theatre to stage additional performance of Jesus Christ Superstar

Theatre and Comedy

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Lifestyle
Lauren aged 22.

10th birthday for Slimming World

News

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Lifestyle