News

News

Marks and Spencer to open new store in Autumn

Business
Police seized the drugs after a search today

Thieves steal from man who was spending last moments with dying father

Crime
Some 550 people attended a Christian Institute meeting in support of Ashers Bakery at the Seagoe Hotel on Monday evening

Ashers case ‘could impact Christians in their day to day life’

Crime

Men arrested after suspected fraud PVC product searches in Craigavon and Whitehead

Crime

Shock figures show nearly 3,000 local people given food parcels

News

ABP sign up to plastic reduction pact

News

Fined for not having insurance policy

News

Driver crashed into a garden

News

Patient sexually assaulted nurse

News

Call to resurface Lough Rd

News

Train users warned to expect disruption to services

Transport
NI Railways

NI Railways to increase crackdown on anti-social behaviour

News
The new parking regulations will be enforced from March 5, 2018.

New car removal and clamping regulations start today

Transport
Snow has affected various parts of Northern Ireland this week

Slow thaw expected as Beast from the East loosens grip

Transport

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat

Thieves steal from man who was spending last moments with dying father

Crime
Some 550 people attended a Christian Institute meeting in support of Ashers Bakery at the Seagoe Hotel on Monday evening

Ashers case ‘could impact Christians in their day to day life’

Crime

Men arrested after suspected fraud PVC product searches in Craigavon and Whitehead

Crime
Operation Exposure

PSNI threaten to expose soccer ‘fans’ involved in post match fracas

Crime

Lurgan student inspired by animator

Education

School celebrates Glenavon partnership

Education

St Ronan’s College students mark International Women’s Day

Education
Pupils at St Francis' PS ready to get gardening at their new allotment

Ground-breaking primary school sets up allotments for local community

Education

Marks and Spencer to open new store in Autumn

Business
One of the pigs which needs rehomed

Pigs (Honker does tricks) need rehomed urgently

Business
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

DUP MLA calls for action against ‘faceless trolls’

Crime
The picture posted on Twitter by Arlene Foster (right) from Friday evening

DUP MLA Carla Lockhart targeted again by online abuse

News

GFA ‘not much to celebrate’ says Jones

News
Twitter remarks by David Jones condemned

War of words over ‘Bloody Sunday’ tweet

News
King's Park Primary School principal Mr Terry Shields.

Pupils asked to bring waste home by school

News

Call for urgent meeting as traffic light issues lead to gridlock

Environment
Kernan Cemetery Portadown Picture by Google Maps

Traffic changes as work nears completion at Kernan Cemetery

Environment

Local council to roll out brown bins to Upper Bann homes

Environment

More support for bowel conditions

Health
An ambulance

‘Shock’ at ambulance report

Health
The team will attempt to walk 113 miles in 40 hours

Friends will forgo sleep to do a lap of Lough Neagh in 40 hours

Health
Jo-Anne Dobson and son Mark are home

Former MLA Jo-Anne Dobson and son 'home sweet home' after kidney transplant

News
An ambulance

Watchdog says Craigavon ambulances and station are ‘below standard’

Health