All posts tagged "Megan Fearon"
Injured man ‘waited two-and-a-half hours for ambulance’ after south Armagh accident
A south Armagh man injured in an accident had to wait two-and-a-half hours for an ambulance to arrive, it has been...
South Armagh villagers told ‘do not drink the water’ after fuel contamination fears
Drinking water which appears to contain a “diesel type substance” has led to a contamination scare for some residents in south...
Bessbrook/ 5 years ago
Kingsmills memorial desecrated and tricolour erected in ‘despicable’ act of vandalism
A memorial dedicated to 10 protestant workmen who lost their lives in south Armagh in 1976 was vandalised overnight on Sunday....
Residents at breaking point over ‘intolerable’ dumping site
Residents in south Armagh say they are at breaking point because of constant and “intolerable” dumping in nearby fields. Slieve Gullion...
Watch: Vandals caught on CCTV damaging flagpole at south Armagh memorial
Vandalism that has no place in our community On Friday 22nd June at 11.50pm the two men were caught on camera...
‘Outrageous’ and ‘co-ordinated’ attacks on south Armagh memorials
A series of “co-ordinated” attacks have taken place on memorials in south Armagh. Sinn Féin MLA Megan Fearon has described the...
Newry & Armagh MLA in support call ahead of marriage equality march in Belfast
A Newry and Armagh MLA is urging locals to travel to Belfast and show their support for marriage equality at a...
Crossmaglen/ 5 years ago
Green light for new multi-million pound high school in Crossmaglen
A new multi-million high school will be built in Crossmaglen after planners gave the green light this week. Planning permission was...
Evening bus call for south Armagh residents cut off when last lift home leaves at lunch-time
Residents living near Kilnasaggart in Jonesborough are being cut off from lunch-time onwards due to lack of public bus services. And...
Newry/ 5 years ago
South Armagh residents ‘under siege’ by antics of boy racers
Boy racers are causing local residents “grave concern” in south Armagh. Newry, Mourne and Down Sinn Féin councillor Liz Kimmins has...
Armagh/ 6 years ago
Minibus drivers to be given six months to meet driving regulations
Minibus drivers will be permitted up to six-month extension to enable them to meet new driving regulations which came into effect...
Armagh/ 6 years ago
Rural transport users’ anger as red tape threatens lifeline to the isolated and vulnerable
Rural transport services are under threat from new red tape over licensing. And Stormont must step in to ensure those that...