All posts tagged "William Irwin"
Armagh/ 7 months ago
Newry and Armagh DVA test centres among worst in NI for staff absences
Workers at the DVA test centre in Armagh racked up an average of 23 sick days – almost five working weeks...
Armagh/ 9 months ago
Condemnation as ‘sickening’ abuse hurled at members during Royal black parade in Armagh
A DUP MLA has described the abuse hurled at band members during a Royal Black Preceptory feeder parade in Armagh was...
Markethill/ 10 months ago
Fresh calls for 40mph speed limit to prevent further accidents at Markethill junctions
There have been fresh calls for the speed limit at Gosford Road to be reduced after another collision at what many...
Newry/ 1 year ago
Trust to recruit for four consultant surgeons after removal of service from Daisy Hill
The Southern Trust is shortly to begin recruitment efforts for four consultant surgeons after a staff shortage was blamed for the...
Craigavon/ 2 years ago
Six electric vehicle charging points to be installed for staff at Craigavon Area Hospital
At least six electric car charging points are to be installed at Craigavon Area Hospital for staff use. The Southern Health...
Bessbrook/ 2 years ago
Farmer ‘devastated’ as fire devours piggery killing large number of sows and piglets
A County Armagh farmer has been left “devastated” after a fire ripped through a piggery killing large numbers of sows and...
News/ 2 years ago
School delight as team appointed to deliver new-build Tandragee Junior High
A team to oversee the delivery of a new-build Tandragee Junior High School has been appointed this week. And a number...
No immediate plans to improve Richhill junction where pedestrian knocked down
There are no plans to implement immediate improvements at a Richhill road junction where a pedestrian was knocked down last month....
Armagh/ 2 years ago
‘Utterly unacceptable’ as Armagh students have Queen’s university accommodation revoked
An eleventh hour withdrawal of university accommodation for some students attending Queen’s University has been branded “utterly unacceptable.” One Armagh MLA...
Memorial plaque and flowers stolen as sickening spate of grave thefts in Richhill continues
A memorial plaque and flowers have been stolen as a recent spate of thefts of graves at Richhill continues. The Orchard...
Armagh/ 2 years ago
Elderly people ‘really daunted’ by move away from Post office pension payments
Concerns have been raised over the ease at which elderly people will be able to receive their pensions later this year....
Grave concern for mourning families as thieves target Richhill cemetery
Ongoing incidents of theft from family graves at a Richhill cemetery are causing loved ones huge concern. DUP MLA William Irwin...