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Launch of Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Week 2023 | News in Newry

Launch of Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Week 2023 | News in Newry - newry news

The Department for the Economy has officially launched Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Week.     Led by the Department, the annual week-long celebration, which runs from 6 to 10 February 2023 and builds on the resurgence in apprenticeship numbers following the Covid-19 pandemic, aims to raise the profile of apprenticeships across Northern Ireland by bringing together […]

Local entrepreneur sparks passion for traditional craftmanship with his very own blacksmith workshop | News in Newry

Local entrepreneur sparks passion for traditional craftmanship with his very own blacksmith workshop | News in Newry - newry news

A former engineer has turned his passion for traditional craftsmanship into a successful blacksmith business thanks to help from the Go For It programme in association with Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.     This project is part-funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and […]

New Year, Same Old Scams, warns PSNI | News in Newry

New Year, Same Old Scams - PSNI | News in Newry - newry court news

Since the start of the year, 5,600 reports of attempted scams and scams were made to The Police Service, with many people left counting the cost for months and years to come.     The estimated total lost to scams each year in Northern Ireland is around £19 million, according to Chair of ScamwiseNI Partnership, […]

Getting into and staying in employment: Research report published | News in Newry

Getting into and staying in employment- Research report published | News in Newry - newry news now

The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) has published a research report looking at employment of those with limiting long-term illness or disabilities, as self-reported in the 2001 and 2011 Censuses.     The first strand of this research aimed to identify drivers and quantify their impact on the likelihood of obtaining employment and […]

House ransacked and money taken during South Armagh burglary | News in Newry

House ransacked and money taken during South Armagh burglary | News in Newry - newry court news today

Detectives are appealing for information following a burglary in Crossmaglen on Friday, 6 January.     Detective Sergeant Stewart says, “It was reported that a house in the Cullaville Road area was broken into sometime between 4.30 pm and 10 pm. “The property was ransacked, with each room rummaged through.     “A sum of […]

Click Energy launches charity partnership with NSPCC Northern Ireland | News in Newry

Click Energy launches charity partnership with NSPCC Northern Ireland | News in Newry - newry news today

Click Energy has announced NSPCC Northern Ireland as its new charity partner, allowing customers to make donations to the organisation each time they top up.     NSPCC Northern Ireland helps protect children from abuse with vital services, including Childline and therapeutic services for children and families across their Hubs in Belfast and Derry, their […]

Police conduct more than 13,000 patrols during Operation Season’s Greetings | News in Newry

Police conduct more than 13,000 patrols during Operation Season’s Greetings | News in Newry - newry court news today

The PSNI conducted more than 13,000 patrols across the country over the Christmas period including the patrolling of transport hubs, town centres and retail hubs, all with the aim of keeping people safe.     This year’s operation focussed on a range of safety priorities, including roads and transport, streets and socialising, shopping and homes. […]

Trading Standards Service inspections reveal short weight bags of coal | News in Newry

trading Standards Service inspections reveal short weight bags of coal | News in Newry - news in newry

An investigation by the Department for the Economy’s Trading Standards Service (TSS) has found that short-weight bags of coal may be contributing to the cost-of-living crisis.     Over the past three months, TSS officers have visited 35 retail premises across Northern Ireland to check the weight of both 20kg and 25kg bags of coal […]

Police arrest 176 people on suspicion of drink or drug driving in December | News in Newry

Police arrest 176 people on suspicion of drink or drug driving in December | News in Newry - newry crime news

Police have arrested 176 people on suspicion of drink or drug driving between 1 and 18 December, 12 more than during the same period last year.     Commenting on the figures, Superintendent Gary Busch says, “Drivers were warned not to take any risks by drinking or taking drugs and driving. “Unfortunately, 176 people ignored […]

DkIT launches Information Day | News in Newry

DkIT launches Information Day | News in Newry - breaking news newry

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) will host an information session for students and families on Saturday, 21 January 2023, in advance of the CAO application deadline.     The CAO information day is the last major student recruitment event before the standard CAO deadline closes on 1 February. It is open to school leavers and […]







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