Archive for: June, 2018

Newry restaurant scoops prestigious ‘Best Buffet Restaurant’ award

Newry’s Bravo Live Cuisine has been awarded the Best Buffet Restaurant award at the glamorous 3rd Annual Northern Ireland Food Awards ceremony. The popular local restaurant beat off stiff competition from Cosmo (Belfast), China China (Belfast) and Moghul Restaurant (Belfast) at the Crowne Plaza, Belfast recently. A delighted Ivan Lin, the owner of the local […]

Councillor urges vigilance after South Armagh robberies

Slieve Gullion Area Sinn Féin Councillor Terry Hearty has said that the recent spate of robberies in the Culloville locality has caused great concern within the community and he appealed for vigilance. The local Councillor stated, “The recent spate of robberies in Culloville village and the surrounding area has caused great concern amongst local residents. […]

Newry schools win best kept awards

St Malachy’s Primary School has won in the Best Kept Primary School category in the Southern Education Authority at the Best Kept School Awards, sponsored by George Best Belfast City Airport. Also honoured at the awards was St Malachy’s Nursery School, which received the award for the Best Kept Pre-Primary School in the same region. […]

Victim loses £21,000 to scammers

Police are renewing appeals for vigilance after more reports were received of fraud involving scammers phoning the public purporting to be from computer broadband and search engine providers.   In a single case this week alone, a victim in the Mid-Ulster area was defrauded of £21,000.     Speaking to Newry Times, Superintendent Simon Walls said, […]

Three Ways youth group fundraising event a huge success

Three Ways Youth Group kicked off their fundraising efforts for the year ahead by recently hosting a successful coffee morning in Three Ways Community Centre, Newry. The 15 young people who organised the event are participants of a positive, informal personal and social development youth programme which has been in existence for over 15 years […]

Two men found guilty at Newry Court after ‘thoroughly traumatic incident’

Detectives in Newry have welcomed the sentencing of 26 year old Robert Tasker and 25 year old Antoin McCooey at Newry Crown Court today, Monday 18 June. Both men were found guilty at Newry Crown Court on Wednesday 25 April 2018 by a jury of robbery, kidnapping, threats to kill and assault, earlier this year. […]

Newry Solicitors achieves Legal Quality Mark

JMK Solicitors are celebrating after being awarded the prestigious Lexcel Quality Mark for the legal profession. The Belfast and Newry-based legal firm, who are Northern Ireland’s leading road traffic and personal injury firm, were awarded the Quality Mark following a rigorous assessment process.      The scheme is administered by the Law Society of Northern […]

60 volunteers from Warrenpoint Port join beach clean-up

Items including plastic and glass bottles, fast food cartons, tyres and even a discarded vacuum cleaner were among the rubbish collected by volunteers from Warrenpoint Port during a clean-up of the town’s beaches recently. Sixty volunteers including staff, customers and their family and friends, collected more than 25 bags of rubbish from beaches between Narrow […]

Warrenpoint Port to make £3m capital investment

Warrenpoint Port is to invest £3 million in the purchase of a new crane and the refurbishment of two further cranes at the harbour. The investment, which will significantly improve efficiency and increase capacity, forms part of a major drive to facilitate continued growth in trade at Northern Ireland’s second largest port.     Speaking […]

Newry ladies are best-dressed finalists

A large crowd of fashionistas turned on the style at 2018 Summer Ladies Day at Navan Racecourse on Saturday 2 June. Corinna Hynes from Sligo was the best-dressed lady.     Her outfit is from online boutique Lavish Alice and her hat was designed by Louise Burke. Geraldine Sheppard from Newry, Carol O Connor from […]


This website does not share personal information with third parties nor do we store any information about your visit other than to analyze and optimize your content and reading experience through the use of cookies. You can turn off the use of cookies at anytime by changing your specific browser settings.

We are not responsible for republished content from this blog on other blogs or websites without our permission. This privacy policy is subject to change without notice and was last updated on 16/01/2017. If you have any questions feel free to contact Newry Times by emailing

Log in