Monthly Archives: February 2016

Husky Vac Ireland a Breath of Fresh Air

Husky Vac Ireland a Breath of Fresh Air

Husky Vac Ireland are providers of whole house ventilation systems which will provide clients with a comfortable, fresh and healthy environment, whilst continually saving them money. Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems (HRVS) recovers the heat energy in exhaust air as it leaves the building and transfers it to the fresh air as it enters the building.… Read more »




First Minister visits Markethill High

First Minister visits Markethill High

NORTHERN Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster has been given a tour of Markethill High School. The First Minister had earlier joined her DUP Executive colleagues Lord Morrow MLA and Mervyn Storey MLA, to officially open a brand new 3G pitch on the Mowhan Road in the town. The First Minister and her Assembly colleague William… Read more »




Victory is a must for Armagh

Story By: Cross Examiner Allianz Football League Division 2. Armagh v Fermanagh, Athletic grounds @ 7.00pm Sat 27th February When Armagh earned promotion to Division Two for 2016 Saturday night’s visitors to the Athletic Grounds, Fermanagh accompanied them, having lost the Division Three League final between the two 0-16 to 0-11. Since then it is… Read more »




Armagh Ambassadors reach for the Stars

Armagh Ambassadors reach for the Stars

Armagh ambassadors were afforded a real treat on Tuesday February 16th with guided tour of Armagh Observatory followed by a jaw dropping digital Theater show in the Planetarium. First stop was the Observatory which is a modern astronomical research institute with a rich heritage and has around 25 astronomers based there, studying stellar astrophysics, the Sun, Solar System,  astronomy… Read more »




Compulsory breathalysing introduced at teenage disco

Compulsory breathalysing introduced at teenage disco

Story By: Cross Examiner A teenage disco in Castleblayney has initiated a policy of breathalysing all patrons before admission to the venue.   The Junior Switch nightclub hosts events for 13 to 17-year-olds.  At last Friday’s disco, youths were breathalysed before entry was permitted and anyone who refused to be tested, or was found to… Read more »




Five year spending spree set to transform Borough

A £160 million five-year spending spree is set to totally transform the face of the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough. One of the biggest planned expenditures is the £28 million redevelopment of Armagh Gaol as a luxury hotel, which is described as being at ‘an advanced stage’. And, a new £30 million leisure centre will… Read more »




Armagh Amabassadors Ecclesiastical Tour 1

Armagh Amabassadors Ecclesiastical Tour 1

On a very cold, yet bright inviting Armagh morning, the newly appointed ambassadors assembled at number 5 Vicars Hill, directly across the road from St Patrick’s Cathedral (Church of Ireland). The row of buildings, located on the western crest of the ancient Hill of Armagh. 5 Vicars’ is one of a charming curved terrace of… Read more »




Armagh Ambassador Programme Up & Running

Armagh is one of the most attractive counties in all of Ireland for shopping, things to do, places to visit including places to eat. It is home to many beautiful Irish landscapes as well as the architecture found in many of its towns. Some of its more famous sights include Slieve Gullion which is a… Read more »




£1.98m funding boost for Armagh City

£1.98m funding boost for Armagh City

Story By: Ulster Gazette FOUR streets in Armagh City centre have been earmarked to benefit from a £1.98m regeneration project for the conservation area, the Ulster Gazette can reveal. Upper English Street, Russell Street, Scotch Street and Barrack Street have been selected to benefit from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) scheme, which aims to bring… Read more »




Special Recognition award for Paul Hearty

Special Recognition award for Paul Hearty

Story By: Cross Examiner Crossmaglen Rangers Goalkeeper Paul Hearty received a Special Recognition award at the 2015 Linwoods backed Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards. The record-breaking goalkeeper is one of the most decorated Gaelic football players in Ulster having won an astounding 11 Armagh Senior Football championship titles with his club Crossmaglen Rangers. Held at the… Read more »




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