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Local Government Boundaries Commissioner for Northern Ireland – PUBLIC NOTICE

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Local Government Boundaries Commissioner for Northern Ireland PUBLIC NOTICE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARIES REVIEW NORTHERN IRELAND REVISED RECOMMENDATIONS     Local Government Boundaries Commissioner for Northern Ireland Sarah Havlin has published her Revised Recommendations on 18 January 2022. The Commissioner’s task is to review and make recommendations in respect of the number, boundaries and names of […]

Consultation on Future Agricultural Policy Proposals for Northern Ireland | Newry Times

Consultation on Future Agricultural Policy Proposals for Northern Ireland | Newry Times - todays news in newry

Creating a profitable, productive, environmentally sustainable and resilient agri-food sector is the aim of a consultation launched by Minister for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Edwin Poots MLA.     The Consultation on Future Agricultural Policy Proposals for Northern Ireland seeks the views of stakeholders on the policy proposals being developed to achieve the four […]

New PSNI Mobile Engagement Unit launched in Newry | Newry Times

New PSNI Mobile Engagement Unit launched in Newry | Newry Times - newry news live.jpg

An innovative new Mobile Engagement Unit, officially took to the road after it was launched recently in Newry.     The vehicle has been adapted and kitted out with the latest audiovisual equipment.     Four monitors will be inside the unit and one facing on the outside so that presentations can be seen both […]

Magennis calls for urgent measures on South Armagh roads | Newry Times

Magennis calls for urgent measures at Ford’s cross | Newry Times - newry news

Sinn Féin Councillor Oonagh Magennis has urged the Department for Infrastructure to take urgent action to ensure there are safety measures installed at the Ford’s Cross junction in Silverbridge, following the latest accident there.     “Following the latest road accident at Ford’s Cross in Silverbridge I have once again written to the Department for […]

44% ‘want climate change prioritised’ – NI Environmental Survey | Newry Times

44% 'want climate change prioritised' - NI Environmental Survey | Newry Times - breaking news newry

As the results from the 2021 Environmental Engagement Index survey revealed that 44 per cent of those surveyed want the government to prioritise climate change, an environmental charity, Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful is encouraging local people to make their first steps towards leading a greener lifestyle by completing the survey.     The Index was […]

HMRC fraud squad takes back £1 billion from offenders | Newry Times

HMRC fraud squad takes back £1 billion from offenders | Newry Times - newry news today

More than £1 billion has been recovered from the proceeds of crime and tax offenders since the formation of a specialist HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) fraud squad five years ago.     Launched in April 2016, the department’s Fraud Investigation Service (FIS) has now recovered assets equivalent to funding around 20,000 NHS nurses for […]

Mallon seeks views from public on pavement parking | Newry Times

Mallon seeks views from public on pavement parking | Newry Times - county down newspaper

Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon is asking the public and key stakeholders for their views on how we could address inconsiderate pavement (footway) parking.        The Department has published an options paper and online questionnaire to help establish future policy for addressing pavement parking.      This follows on from the recently launched ‘Think Before […]

Generous Newry Tesco shoppers thanked for Donating 1.4k Meals | Newry Times

Generous Newry Tesco shoppers thanked for Donating 1.4k Meals | Newry Times - local news newry.jpg

Generous Tesco shoppers in Newry and Armagh have been thanked after helping to donate more than 1.5 million meals worth of food to help charities feed people during Christmas and the winter months.     During the twice-yearly Tesco Food Collection, which ran in all Tesco stores in the UK from 18 -20 November customers […]

‘There can be no further delay to essential road works’ – Boylan | Newry Times

'There can be no further delay to essential road works' - Boylan | Newry Times - newry news headlines

Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Boylan has said there can be no further delay to essential road resurfacing in Newry, Mourne and Down.     The Newry and Armagh MLA explains, “For months now, road resurfacing in the four council areas of Newry, Mourne and Down, Mid Ulster; Derry and Strabane; and Omagh have stopped due […]

Police call for witnesses after ‘sectarian hate crime’ Newry Times

Police call for witnesses after Irish sign damaged | Newry Times - newry news now

Police in Newtownhamilton are appealing for witnesses and information following a report of criminal damage to a bilingual Irish language information sign on the Keady Road.     Inspector Campbell comments, “Police received a report at approximately 10.45 pm that a sign had been badly damaged with what appears to be a heavy instrument.   […]

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