All posts tagged "River Blackwater"
Armagh/ 3 months ago
Man’s body recovered from River Blackwater
A man’s body has been recovered from the River Blackwater overnight. Emergency services were tasked to the scene of a sudden...
Armagh/ 10 months ago
Welcome for plans to maximise potential of River Blackwater
A new feasibility study which sets out the economic and tourism potential of the River Blackwater has been published. The report...
Portadown/ 1 year ago
Community groups awarded funding to improve the wellbeing of the local community
Groups in Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon borough awarded funding to improve the wellbeing of the local community The National Lottery...
Revitalisation of Blackwater valley and Ulster Canal could mean taking boat from Coalisland to Shannon
A Dungannon councillor has reiterated his call for Mid Ulster District Council to start looking seriously at the revitalisation of Blackwater...
Avian influenza not suspected after hundreds of hen carcasses illegally dumped in river
The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs have confirmed that the dumping of hundreds of hen carcasses in a Co...
Disgust and devastation as hundreds of hen carcasses illegally dumped in river
Residents of a rural community on the Tyrone-Armagh border were left horrified following the discovery of hundreds of hen carcasses in...
Dungannon/ 3 years ago
Court order given for destruction of illegal fishing equipment on River Blackwater and Lough Neagh
Fishing equipment used illegally on the River Blackwater and Lough Neagh is to be destroyed and disposed of. Dungannon Magistrates’ Court...
Armagh/ 4 years ago
Large-scale search operation after reports of woman in River Blackwater
Emergency services are currently conducting a large-scale operation in Moy this afternoon. The area around the River Blackwater, at the Charlemont...
Armagh/ 5 years ago
Three new jobs as Council set to receive €1.3m rivers investment
Three new jobs will be created as Council look set to receive a cash injection of more than €1.3 million as part...