All posts tagged "Cathal Boylan"
Markethill/ 7 years ago
Urgent meeting demand as closure of rural Co Armagh primary approved
A Newry and Armagh MLA is seeking an urgent meeting with the newly-appointed Education Minister Peter Weir in a bid to...
Public being hit by multiple charges for cross-border debit card transactions
An Armagh MLA has backed calls from his party’s MEPs who are urging the European Commission to take action on cross-border...
€6 million of Peace IV funding for projects in Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon
Over €6 million of European funding has been allocated for projects across the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council area....
Hundreds attend Ballymacnab Easter Rising commemoration
Despite threatening rain, hundreds of Republicans from the greater Ballymacnab area gathered on Easter Sunday afternoon to honour Ireland’s patriot dead...
Armagh fire ‘a deliberate act of wanton destruction’
A fire in Armagh city on Friday night is being described as a “wanton act of destruction”. A large fire was...
Minister promises to help Keady firm ‘double workforce’ after MLA steps in
Enterprise Minister Jonathan Bell has pledged to help a Keady firm expand its workforce as the business continues to thrive. Mr...
Three county Armagh primary schools to get new builds in £40m spending spree
Three county Armagh primary schools are set to benefit from £40m funding for state-of-the-art new builds. St Malachy’s in Armagh City, St...
Widespread condemnation following explosion of pipebomb in Armagh City
A pipe bomb was planted and exploded in Armagh city during the early hours of Sunday morning. And there has been...
News/ 7 years ago
‘Acts of wanton vandalism’ on GAA club condemned
A GAA club in south Armagh was attacked on Friday night. Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Boylan has strongly condemned “acts of...
Top fire officials state case for cutbacks in Armagh as firefighters attend fatal blaze
Fire Service personnel were in Armagh to argue the case for a reduction in local firefighter cover – just hours before it...
News/ 7 years ago
Cone of Contention: Minister put in spotlight as pothole crisis deepens
A traffic cone placed on a road in south Armagh shows the extent of the state of some of our rural roads....
South Armagh man’s broadband plight raised in Assembly – and he’s not alone!
Last year millions of pounds of public money was spent trying to improve broadband services for people in rural areas. But,...