Monthly Archives: June 2016

100 jobs at Home Bargains

100 jobs at Home Bargains

Report Ulster Gazette HOME Bargains has confirmed that it has acquired Railway Retail Park in Armagh, which was previously earmarked for a 55,000 sq ft Tesco store. The discount retailer is investing millions of pounds in the new store on Alexander Road and will create up to 100 jobs in the park when it opens… Read more »




Bright future for third level education in city

Bright future for third level education in city

Story Ulster Gazette: ARMAGH has received a further jobs boost with the city’s new multi-million pound Southern Regional College set to bring significant construction work to the area, ahead of completion in early 2020. A business case for the estates projects has been approved by the Department for Employment and Learning and the Department of… Read more »




Hannah and Alana answer Ireland’s call

Hannah and Alana answer Ireland’s call

Story By Ulster Gazette: ROYAL School Armagh duo Alana Doyle and Hannah Irwin have been named in the Ireland team to compete at the forthcoming U18 European Championships in Cork in July. During the competition, Ireland will take on England, Germany and Russia in the group stage and they will be hoping to use home… Read more »




2016 Armstrong Cup officially launched

2016 Armstrong Cup officially launched

Report Ulster Gazette: THE 2016 draw for the Armstrong Cup took place last Thursday afternoon at the Millfield Playing Fields and last year’s runners-up Caledon Rovers will play in the opening game of the tournament. They will face local side Armagh Blues in the first game of the tournament on Monday July 18 at 7.15pm.… Read more »




Bessbrook man leads act of rememberance in Thiepval

Bessbrook man leads act of rememberance in Thiepval

Story Ulster Gazette: Hundreds of Northern Ireland football fans attend poignant service BESSBROOK man Stephen Kennedy conducted a service of remembrance on behalf of several hundred Northern Ireland football supporters at the Somme village of Thiepval in France last Sunday. Stephen, assistant minister of Hill Street Presbyterian Church in Lurgan, is in France with his… Read more »




Northern Ireland sends condolences to the injured & killed in Turkey

Northern Ireland sends condolences to the injured & killed in Turkey

Story By: Telegraph Istanbul Ataturk airport attack: 41 dead and 239 injured in ‘hideous’ suicide bombings in Turkey Three suicide bombers strike Istanbul Ataturk airport Around 41 people killed and 239 wounded Turkey PM says Islamic State most likely suspects Third busiest airport in Europe, high security location Iranian and a Ukrainian confirmed as first foreign victims… Read more »




Championship lifeline for Armagh

Championship lifeline for Armagh

Story By: Cross Examiner 1st Round qualifiers replay – Armagh v Laois on Saturday 2nd July Armagh have been handed an All-Ireland championship lifeline following their 1-10 to 0-10 defeat at the hands of Laois in Portlaoise. The midlanders had already used six substitutes when manager Mick Lillis introduced Shane Murphy in place of the… Read more »




BioEden The World’s First Dental Pulp Stem Cell Bank

BioEden The World’s First Dental Pulp Stem Cell Bank

A Unique Patented Process is Born Mike Bryom, the Chief Science Officer at BioEdenLife read various articles about the discovery and potential of the baby tooth breakthrough. After collaboration with Dr. Sontago Shi (a dintist and researcher who discovered stem cells within the pulp of his daughters naturally shed baby tooth), Mike developed a commercial… Read more »




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