Archive for: July, 2019

Buttercrane announces support for Armagh Ladies Club Championships

Buttercrane Shopping Centre is delighted support the Armagh Ladies Club Championships for a second year as the competition is confirmed to commence – for Senior, Intermediate and Junior – on Friday 2 August. A total of 19 games will take place over the month of August in venues all around the county, leading to the […]

Peter Mark honours Newry employees for long-standing service

Peter Mark, one of Ireland’s leading hairdressing groups, has honoured 75 of its employees for their valued contribution and long-standing service to the company. The Peter Mark Long Service Awards took place at The Westin Hotel, Dublin and recognised employees from salons across the island of Ireland who have worked at Peter Mark for 10 […]

‘Don’t ignore tick-borne Lyme disease’ – Public Health Agency

As we venture outdoors over the summer months the Public Health Agency (PHA) is urging everyone to take steps to protect themselves from tick bites. Tick bites can cause Lyme disease, a serious and debilitating disease which can be transmitted to humans through their bite. Dr Michael Devine, Consultant in Health Protection at the PHA, […]

Buttercrane launch Sensory Support Kit to support children

Buttercrane Shopping Centre has launched a new Sensory Support kit for families who visit the centre. The kit is designed to support children with autistic spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder or conditions with sensory sensitivities. Article continues below The kit, which is available for a small refundable deposit from the Customer Help Desk, contains ear […]

Newry charity one of the first to receive support from new charitable Foundation

Gary Lightbody, lead singer with the popular indie rock band Snow Patrol, has announced the launch of The Lightbody Foundation in partnership with the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland. The newly established foundation will make funding available to charitable organisations and community groups across Northern Ireland over the next twelve months in areas that include […]

NI businesses urged to register for Making Tax Digital before August

More than 10,000 businesses in Northern Ireland, with a turnover above £85,000, have signed up to Making Tax Digital (MTD). HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is now urging the remaining businesses, that are required to sign up in the region, to do it before the VAT filing deadline next month. Article continues below Many of […]

Hilltown woman honoured by Great Game Fairs

Leading female angler, Hilltown woman Madeleine Kelly, has been honoured with The Great Game Fairs of Ireland Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards, made each year at the Irish Game Fair at Fine Food Festival held at Shanes Castle, Antrim, are designed to recognise and reward outstanding individuals who devote themselves to nurturing our rural heritage. […]

Supermarket giant Lidl becomes first to offer customer recycling facilities in-store

Lidl Northern Ireland has become the first retailer to install customer recycling stations at checkouts across all its 38 branches, in a bid to reduce packaging waste bought in-store. The scheme is the first of its kind among supermarkets in Northern Ireland and offers Lidl’s hundreds of thousands of weekly customers the opportunity to remove […]

Northern Ireland tax credit claimants urged to renew by 31 July

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding 130,900 tax credits customers in Northern Ireland that they must renew their tax credits by 31 July – or their payments will stop. Tax credits help working families with targeted financial support. Article continues below A new advertising campaign launched this week is reminding customers to renew their […]

Newry children “putting lives at risk” playing in and around railway tracks

Police and Translink have issued a warning following reports that children have been playing in and around the railway line in the Dorans Hill, Newry, and Low Road, Meigh, areas in the past two weeks. Speaking to Newry Times, Sgt. Colin Jamieson said, “We have received two reports and we want everyone to remember the […]

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