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Training course for private landlords starts in Newry on 18th October

With all private landlords legally obliged to register their properties and be fully compliant with the laws and regulations governing their industry, the Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland (CIH), is bringing its Level 2 ‘Learning 2 Let’ training programme to Ballybot House, Newry, commencing 18th October. With over 4500 private registered landlords in the […]

Hilltown to host Autumn Farm Safety Workshop

The Rural Development Council (RDC) has announced several new dates for farm health and safety workshops as part of its delivery of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme (RDP) 2014-2020 – Farm Family Key Skills. Local farmers, farm family members and farm workers are being encouraged to attend a Farm Safety workshop taking place in […]

Exciting opportunities for Newry businesses to work with NI Water

If your business is seeking new opportunities, why not join NI Water in Antrim on 2nd November and see how you can help NI Water deliver what matters? As NI Water marks a decade of delivering water and wastewater services in Northern Ireland, having invested a record £1.8 billion in this infrastructure over the last […]

Newry’s Banjo Bannon supporting Slieve Donard Trek

Terence ‘Banjo’ Bannon who scaled the heights of Mount Everest in 2003 is urging people to support AWARE at their annual Slieve Donard Trek, which is taking place on Saturday 7th October 2017. AWARE is the national depression charity for Northern Ireland and will hold their annual Slieve Donard Trek event in line with World […]

Newry BID welcomes Big Telly Theatre Company to the city

Newry Business Improvement District (BID) are continuing to bring exciting and unique experiences to Newry locals and visitors alike with the opening of Big Telly Theatre Company’s Creative Shop on Newry’s Hill Street. The creative shop will host a number of exciting events over the next two months from storytelling, theatre, dance, music, workshops and […]

Fun for all the family at European Day at Slieve Gullion

Slieve Gullion Courtyard Development is staging a unique event at Slieve Gullion Courtyard this Saturday, 23rd September. The event, Failte Europe, celebrates the contribution our European neighbours make to our local communities and highlight their musical, cultural heritage.     The event -which is free to enter – takes place on Saturday from 11-5pm. It […]

Excitement builds for Oktoberfest 2017

Everyone is invited to join the celebration of food, beer and music at this year’s Oktoberfest in Kings Hall, Belfast. The German-inspired beer festival will be held every Friday and Saturday over four weekends from 29th of September – 21th October. Oktoberfest Belfast will be the last major event to happen at the Kings Hall. […]

Excitement builds for Hospice Motorbike Run

Southern Area Hospice are holding a motorbike run in order to raise much needed funds for their Services this Saturday 23rd September. It will depart at 2pm from Greenbank Industrial Estate, Newry.     The route tracks along the coast via Warrenpoint, Rostrevor, Kilkeel and on to Newcastle to finish at Donard Car Park. Entry […]

Newry sets sail with first City of Merchants festival

Newry scores a new festival first this month as a brand new spectacular weekend-long event sails in to captivate a city renowned for its rich maritime and industrial heritage and its prowess in trade and commerce. Organised by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council and designed to showcase Newry’s unique history and success, the inaugural […]

Newry to mark Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week

The Newry area is set to mark this year’s Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week, with a number of events taking place in the local area. Coordinated by the Community Relations Council (CRC), it is running from Monday, 18th September  – Sunday, 24th September, with more than 160 events taking place across Northern Ireland. The […]


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