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This Season’s Best Christmas Gifts

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Still trying to decide what to buy this Christmas? We are here to help with this awesome range of thoughtful, affordable and easy to wrap gifts! We have put together a collection of what we think are this season’s best books to suit every taste. Books are affordable, provide hours of surprise, escape, and discovery. […]

Replace the cereal with a knife and fork…change your breakfast, change your mindset, change your world!

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“Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper…” goes the old infamous saying, is there any truth in it and why is it so abnormal in our western society to eat this way? We are programmed from birth to do many things, brush our hair, go to school, work Monday to […]

Bag a great bargain in Newry for under £20

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By Katie Mulligan Looking for a hot bargain under £20? Look no further than this article. I will show you the best and cheapest fashion in the city. Are you looking for the perfect part dress under £20? This blue chiffon waterfall dip hem dress from New Look is perfect for fancy nights out. Team […]

Hot holiday fashion for Summer 2013

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Holidays can be stressful. It can be hard to decide the best fashion to bring with you. You want to have space left over in your suitcase therefore what you bring must be multi- functional. In this article I will help you make these decisions less difficult. Swimwear is a holiday essential. Pop down to […]

‘Women need to know the symptoms of ovarian cancer’ – McKevitt

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SDLP South Down MLA Karen McKevitt says she wants to create greater awareness of the symptoms associated with Ovarian cancer in order to increase survival rates. Speaking to Newry Times, Karen said it is imperative that all women, young and old, are educated on the signs of ovarian cancer so that we can increase the […]

Key Spring/Summer Trends 2013

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Now that the New Year’s resolutions have been given up on (or kept on if you’re good!) it’s time to look forward to the spring and summer of 2013. There is a plethora of new styles and shapes for all to look forward to this year. Firstly, one of the key trends is monochrome; basically […]

Autumn and Winter Fashion 2012

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Whilst I’m sure many of us won’t notice the change in weather between summer and autumn we’ll all certainly notice the change in style! It will be a long time before we get our pins out again; now we get to focus on something more Irish; layering! It is one of the top trends this […]

‘Jet2-Setting’ for Newry’s Most Stylish

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Niamh Meehan from Newry is jetting off in style to Murcia after being selected as the Jet2 ‘Most Stylish on the Night’ at the closing night of Newry Style City 2012. Jet2 sponsored the prize as part of Newry Style Awards, which took place recently in the Bank, Newry. Niamh (right) is pictured receiving her […]

Piera is Stylish Winner

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Local Newry girl, Piera Cafolla recently picked up the coveted title of Buttercrane Centre’s Most Stylish Shopper in the shopping centre’s latest street style competition. Making everyday style look effortless, Piera caught the judges’ eye with her casual, wearable yet unique look. Piera is delighted to hold the current title and is pictured keeping herself […]

Newry’s Lost Generation, with Peadar Coyle

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Name: Peadar Coyle. Age: 24. Education/experience: I have a BSc from the University of Bristol in Physics and Philosophy. My schooling was in St. Michael’s Killean for Primary School and I was an Abbey Grammar student up until A Levels. I worked in Our Lady’s Grammar School in Newry for two years as Physics Technician […]





































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