All posts tagged "Barra Ó Muirí"
Crossmaglen/ 3 years ago
Man witnessed in an incoherent state found dead at side of road in south Armagh
A man witnessed walking along in an incoherent state was later found dead at the side of the road in south...
Keady/ 3 years ago
Cubes of laundered fuel dumped in rural road outside Keady
A number of laundered diesel pods have been unceremoniously dumped on a rural road on the outskirts of Keady. In what...
Man (31) arrested after arson attack on house in Newtownhamilton
Detectives are investigating a fire at a property in Newtownhamilton last night (Friday). Shortly before 10.45pm police on patrol in the...
Food distribution hub set up in Newtown to ensure local community is not left wanting
Community spirit is alive and kicking across Newtownhamilton with the local community centre having been transformed into a food parcel distribution...
Community volunteers deliver 140 essential food boxes to vulnerable residents in Newtown
A dedicated band of community volunteers in Newtownhamilton have delivered 140 food boxes to vulnerable residents in the space of just...
Bulgarian TV to report on problems of social distancing in Co. Armagh town
Bulgarian television will report on the ongoing issues around the lack of social distancing within a section of the Bulgarian Roma...
Village residents’ anger as ‘dozens and dozens of cars full of youths’ park up along main street
Residents of Mountnorris have added their voices of concern over young people gathering in the village. With the PSNI working to...
Bulgarian community in Newtown ‘ignore COVID-19 measures’ as councillor intervenes
Members of a small Bulgarian community in a south Armagh town have been written to by a local councillor insisting they...
Bessbrook/ 3 years ago
New Home to Hospital scheme in south Armagh will be ‘a game-changer’
A new Home to Hospital scheme in south Armagh will be ‘a game-changer’ according to one local councillor. Barra Ó Muirí...
Crossmaglen/ 3 years ago
‘The worst road in the district’ to be resurfaced as part of major south Armagh roads investment
More than half a million pound will be spent on resurfacing three major roads in south Armagh. The Shean Road in...
Residents come to driver’s aid following crash on treacherous road continually ignored by gritters
Residents were quick to come to the aid of a stricken driver following a crash on a treacherous south Armagh road...
Newry/ 3 years ago
£23,000 bill for damage to bilingual signs in five years ‘demonstrates need for Irish Language Act’
The close to £23,000 spent by local councils to repair vandalised bilingual street signs over the past five years demonstrate the...