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Unionist peer charged over failing to cut hedges

Life peer Lord Kilclooney was today (Friday, April 20) charged with failing to comply with a remedial notice by failing to cut hedges at his Mullinure home in Armagh.

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Richard Wilson with his bride to be Victoria Bacon

‘All eyes will be on my bride, not Meghan’

“There’s no contest where all eyes will be on our big day,” said groom Richard Wilson who is getting married on the same day as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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Hit and run incident on Northway

Hit and run incident on Northway

Police are appealing for witnesses to a ‘hit and run’ incident at the Northway, Portadown.

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‘Punch up at a wedding’ incident

‘Punch up at a wedding’ incident

A ‘punch up at a wedding’ was one of the more unusual - or possibly quite routine - incidents police dealt with over the past few days.

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Leaflets being handed out in the Gilford area.

Dog walkers urged to clean up after pets

A leaflet drop has been conducted in Gilford, reminding dog owners to clean up after their pets.

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Speeding ‘R’ driver ran a red light

Speeding ‘R’ driver ran a red light

When an ‘R’ driver passed them at speed a police patrol followed the car and it reached 60mph on the Northway in Portadown before going through a red light.

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Thieves steal ‘substantial amount of cash’ from shop

Thieves steal ‘substantial amount of cash’ from shop

Detectives investigating a burglary at a shop in Aghalee in the early hours of this morning (Friday, 20 April) have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

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Fined for disorderly behaviour offence

Fined for disorderly behaviour offence

A 36-year-old man was fined £100 last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for disorderly behaviour on January 15 this year.

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Charity gospel evening to be held in Donacloney

Warren Smyth is presenting an evening of classic hymns and the stories that inspired them called ‘Then Sings My Soul’ in Donacloney Presbyterian Church this weekend.

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PSNI

Two laptops stolen during burglary

Police have appealed for information following a burglary that took place sometime between 6.30 and 11pm last night (Wednesday, April 18) in the Portadown Road area of Tandragee.

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Police appeal for missing elephant in Portadown

Police appeal for missing elephant in Portadown

Police have issued one of their more unusual appeals - for an elephant missing from the Portadown area.

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Lurgan student inspired by animator

Lurgan student inspired by animator

Young people from across Northern Ireland, including Maja Ochojska from Lurgan College, were inspired to consider careers in filmmaking by the CEO of an Oscar-nominated animation studio at a special event organised by Into Film.

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Reduced NIHE opening hours due to ‘changing customer needs’

Reduced NIHE opening hours due to ‘changing customer needs’

The Housing Executive has said a reduction in opening hours at local offices are due to ‘the changing needs of customers’.

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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

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has launched a free 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.

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PACEMAKER BELFAST 21/04/98 Collect piucture of Catholic man Adrian Lamph who ws shot dead in a Portadown refuge dump this evening. Loyalist paramilitries are being blamed for the attack.

‘Bring Adrian’s killer to justice’

Twenty years ago this week the Lamph family were plunged into unspeakable grief after Adrian was gunned down by loyalist terrorists in Portadown.

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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

The local Dog Warden is investigating claims of a ‘dog on dog’ attack at Kernan Playing Fields in Portadown,

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Kicked his victim six times around head

Kicked his victim six times around head

While walking home on New Year’s Day a 24-year-old man launched an ‘unprovoked attack’ on another man leaving him unresponsive on the ground.

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Pacemaker Press Belfast 30-03-2018:'A Republican Sinn Fein commemoration took place at the Edward Costello Memorial Garden in Lurgan's Kilwilkee estate in Northern Ireland. During the commemoration the PSNI  police riot squad officers took some participants away.'Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker.

Another man charged in connection with republican parade

A 24-year-old male has been charged with resisting police and taking part in an unnotified public procession.

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

A 43-year-old man was fined £300 last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for harassing a woman over a period of time.

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Car burnt out in Portadown

Car burnt out after ‘donut’ racing terror

A car was burnt out in the middle of a Portadown housing estate after an episode of ‘donuts’ and ‘reckless’ driving.

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