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AS Banbridge students buckle down for exams, TV Licensing is offering some good news in that those moving home for the summer might be able to claim a refund on their TV Licence.
AS part of their 70th anniversary celebrations members of Dromore Cathedral Girls Brigade attended a Celebration Dinner for past members and current leaders in Brownlow Castle on Thursday evening.
THE district’s farmers have been advised to make full use of the 2013 DARD (Department of Agriculture and Rural Development) Fodder Transport Scheme.
A 26-YEAR-OLD man is still being questioned by detectives following the attempted murders of three police officers in Dunmurry.
A PIONEERING Dementia Community Roadshow will be visiting Banbridge Tesco Superstore on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14-15, as it aims to increase local awareness and understanding of the condition.
POLICE in Banbridge are appealing for information after the windows of a car were damaged in Brookfield Meadows.
TWENTY EIGHT CYCLISTS gathered on the Downpatrick road outside Ballynahinch last Thursday evening for round seven of the club’s summer league, a ten mile time trial.
BANBRIDGE Rangers Football Club held their Senior Awards night in the Coach last Saturday evening with players from all three Senior Mens teams in attendance along with the Under 18s and members of the committee.
THERE were over 100 members from Banbridge Rangers FC in attendance at Ibrox on the May Day weekend when Glasgow Rangers FC picked up the League Trophy. Banbridge Rangers were formed eight years ago this month by a set of players who were linked by their support of Glasgow Rangers and have endeavoured to support the club through affiliation.
DROMORE Juniors headed to Banbridge on Saturday undeterred by the forecast’s promise of a truly Northern Irish summer for the Banbridge Ladies tournament along with Pegasus, Lurgan and Portadown.
DONAGHCLONEY slumped to a disappointing defeat to Woodvale in a rearranged league match last Friday.
ON Thursday May 16 Banbridge Ladies travelled to Divis for a league match but after a difficult game managed to gain only two league points.
IT’S that time of the year, when the Kinallen Rural Community Development Association hosts a fun filled family May Day Bank Holiday Monday.
A CHARITY night with a difference is being held in the Belmont Hotel in June to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Gilford Community Centre is to mark its first anniversary by offering a day of free activity for all.
ARTANA WI President Myrtle Meeke welcomed everyone to the January meeting including Miss Cassandra Sloan and the speaker Mr Gregg Somerville.
“SONGS in the Park”, a local community initiative led by Banbridge Clergy Fellowship, makes a welcome return to Solitude Park on Sunday, June 2, at 3pm thanks to funding secured from Banbridge District Council’s Good Relations Programme.
A BANBRIDGE woman, whose mother, a Multiple Sclerosis sufferer, died last year, spoke movingly at a recent civic reception celebrating the work of the Banbridge MS Support Group.
BANBRIDGE district ratepayers are footing the bill for lavish council dinner-and-drinks functions for staff, it has been claimed.
Crozier House residents fearful of losing their much-loved ‘home’ Brothers evacuated from Skeagh House now face losing their home a second time
WHILE the immediate threat to Crozier House has been lifted the situation is by no means clear with residential homes still facing a shake-up under Department of Health proposals.
MR Robert Leslie McDowell passed away at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, on Monday, April 15.
EDUCATION minister John O’Dowd has refused a meeting to discuss his rejection of an additional classroom at Donacloney Primary School.
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Weather for Dromore
Tuesday 21 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west