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Two days to go – renewing your tax credits is too important to forget

With just days to go until the 31 July renewal deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is urging customers in Northern Ireland to renew their tax credits – or their payments will stop. Tax credits help working families with targeted financial support and more than 1,301,072 customers have already renewed their tax credits. Article continues […]

Launch of recruitment competition for Warrenpoint Harbour Authority

The Department for Infrastructure has announced a recruitment campaign to appoint two Non-Executive Members to the Board of Warrenpoint Harbour Authority. These key posts offer an excellent opportunity for individuals to make a valued contribution to the management and continued growth of one of Northern Ireland’s main commercial ports. Article continues below The time commitment […]

Last chance for Newry Health and Fitness industry to enter 2019 awards

Organisers of the 2019 Health and Fitness Awards sponsored by Centra are reminding individuals and organisations in Newry that they have until Friday 2 August to enter and be in with the chance of winning one of the prestigious awards. Isotretinoin from should be used much more often than it is used, but the doctor […]

Special celebration for Tiny Teachers

A very special celebration event was held recently in Armagh Teacher’s Centre to thank the 27 ‘tiny teachers’ and their parents who participated in the Roots of Empathy programme in Primary Schools across the Southern area. 20 mums and babies came to this unique event and they were thanked by Instructors, Mentors and Teachers as […]

Forest Expansion Scheme reopens for applications

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has announced the opening of the fifth phase of the Forest Expansion Scheme and a revised Forest Protection Scheme to help woodland owners affected by Chalara ash dieback. The Forest Expansion Scheme is intended to encourage and support landowners who wish to plant their own woodland. […]

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 […]


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