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Casey urges vigilance after Newry attempted burglary

Newry Sinn Fein councillor Charlie Casey is urging residents in the city to be vigilant following an attempted burglary at a house in the Mourne View Park area. He called on people to wary of suspicious activity around their own homes and their neighbours, especially those who are elderly or vulnerable. “At around 8pm on […]

Four houses damaged in Newry incident

Police in Newry are appealing for information after a number of new build homes were damaged. Sometime during the evening of Saturday, 14th March or early hours of Sunday, 15th March, damage was caused to four houses in Mullach Allainn. The houses were vacant. Windows at all four houses were broken and two of the […]

‘Come Dine With Me’ at Daisy Hill Hospital, Newry wards

The Southern Health and Social Care Trust have organised a ‘Come Dine With Me’ style event to mark ‘Nutrition and Hydration Week’ (16-22nd March). Now an annual event organised by the Hospital Caterers Association, National Association of Care Catering and Patient Safety First – Nutrition and Hydration Week aims to promote the importance of food […]

Unleash your potential with Next Level Impact

Next level Impact’s vision is to unleash potential and help individuals and organisations make distinctive, lasting and substantial improvements in performance. Based in Belfast, they are a local company who provide training programmes, tailor designed to your company needs and designed to help individuals and your business grow. Speaking to Newry Times, Managing Director Martin […]

Advice for jobseekers: Aptitude tests, online assessments and assessment centres

Employers are frequently looking for new and innovative ways to help them hire the right candidate for a particular role, and these can often include aptitude tests, online assessments and assessment centres. Johnny Nolan, careers manager for Newry in the Department for Employment and Learning’s Careers Service, offers the following advice. “It is important to […]

Two teenagers and woman arrested after ‘threats to kill’ incident in Newry

Newry burglary: 5 masked intruders prevent occupants from leaving while ransacking house - Newry news

Police in Newry have arrested three people following incidents in Parkview Drive on Wednesday, 18th March and Thursday, 19th March. At around 8.15pm on 18th March police received a report of two men making threats to kill the occupants of a house in Parkview Drive. Officers attended however the two men had left the area. […]

Considering a career in ICT?

Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and particularly software development, will be extremely important in ensuring our local economy experiences expansion and growth. Johnny Nolan, careers manager for Newry in the Department for Employment and Learning’s Careers Service, explains that current trends suggest that this could be a sector to consider: “It is definitely an exciting […]

‘Make use of Whitecross empty properties’ – Mulgrew

Sinn Fein councillor Roisin Mulgrew has called on the Housing Executive to make use of empty properties in Whitecross. The south Armagh representative said there were two houses in particular that had been left lying empty since 2012 while families in the area needed accommodation. “After a clinic in Whitecross last year it was brought […]

US star gives tech message to Bessbrook teenagers

The US producer, entrepreneur and tech innovator,, has encouraged local teenagers here to “get excited” about a career in the entrepreneurial knowledge economy. At an event in Belfast recently more than 200 young people received a special, personal message from The Voice star, as they gathered for the Generation Innovation ‘Night of Ambition’. Teenagers […]

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