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Driving with an MOT certificate

A 30-year-old woman was fined £75 last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for driving without having a vehicle test certificate on April 18 this year.

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Offences lead to nine month driving ban

A 37-year-old man was banned from driving for nine months last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for two motoring offences.

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The cast and crew of 'Into the Woods' and 'Little Red Riding Hood'.

Summer scheme open after double bill of shows

Moyraverty Arts and Drama Society has just completed its double bill of junior shows - namely ‘Into The Woods’ and’ Little Red Riding Hood’.

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Declan McAlinden. INLM0811-812con

Plans for Craigavon revitalisation

Local residents living in Tullygally and Drumgor will get the opportunity to find out more about the proposed revitalisation scheme for the two precincts at one of two pop up events taking place on Saturday 30th June.

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Officers questioned after baton incident

Officers questioned after baton incident

Two police officers have been questioned under caution after a Lurgan man was injured in an incident earlier this month.

Crime
The underpass at the Portadown Rorad, Lurgan

Council to consult on gating subway

Plans are afoot to have an extensive consultation on proposals to gate the Portadown Road underpass in Lurgan.

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Kyle Keegan.

Witness in puppy attack case ‘heard bangs and yelp’

Tests are continuing in a bid to establish if a puppy allegedly battered to death with a hammer was also put in a microwave, the High Court heard today (Friday, June 22).

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Kevin Haughian

Heartbroken dad speaks of the day his baby girl died in his arms

It has been 20 years since Kevin Haughian held his dying baby daughter in his arms but her memory is with him every day.

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'Umbrella Street' was one initiative to make Carrickfergus a more attractive place.

Carrickfergus ranked top market town in Northern Ireland

Carrickfergus is celebrating after being named Best Market Town in Northern Ireland in a new study commissioned by Royal Mail.

Business
Craigavon Courthouse

Driver was five times over limit

A 43-year-old man was over five times the limit when he found asleep in his car, Craigavon Magistrates Court heard last Wednesday.

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Drink driver put primary school children at risk

Drink driver put primary school children at risk

A woman who reversed into a car outside a Portadown primary school while collecting her grandson was well over the drink drive limit.

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Vintage car rally.

Castle Car Club host display

The Castle Classic Club are holding their 20th annual Vintage Rally and Autojumble show on Saturday, June 30, at Brownlow House.

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Police carried out searches in Mid Ulster

PSNI warn of ‘sexting’ after child sent graphic images

The PSNI have issued a warning over ‘sexting’ after a little girl was sent graphic images by a stranger.

Crime
Efforts are being made to remove a lorry from the M1

Traffic alert: Motorway reopens after lorry collision

Part of one of Northern Ireland's busiest motorways was closed this morning after the lorry was involved in a collision.
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‘Our Back Yard’ music festival set for Gilford

‘Our Back Yard’ music festival set for Gilford

The ‘Our Back Yard’ music festival returns on Saturday, June 30, with a stellar line-up.

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Health.

Protest calling for Cystic Fibrosis drug funding

A protest is being planned at Belfast City Hall tomorrow (Friday, June 25) calling for the introduction of a drug to help treat patients with Cystic Fibrosis.

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Inspirational St Francis’ principal Mr Anthony McMorrow is retiring

Described by former pupils and colleagues as inspirational, Mr Anthony McMorrow is retiring as principal of St Francis’ Primary School in Lurgan.

Education
Car badly damaged in attack

Car badly damaged in attack

A car has been badly damaged in an early morning attack in Craigavon.

Crime
Overgrown verges at Monbrief Road/Drumgask Road, Craigavon.

Politicians express frustration at lack of action

Grass cutting or the lack of it has been a constant problem for local councillors with constituents regularly sharing their upset and anger on the issue.

Environment
Craigavon Senior High School, Lurgan Campus. INLM39-221.

MLA calls for bespoke high school in Lurgan after ‘shocking’ suspension figures revealed

A Craigavon school, which has seen the greatest number of pupil suspensions in the Upper Bann area, has ‘appalling facilities’, says one local politician.

Education
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