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Giving publicity to murder TV series

All reasonable people will have sincere and heartfelt sympathy for those families affected by the Howell/Stewart murders, and their aftermath.

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Flags, alcohol and shopping debated

In a weird collision between worlds most of the local debate at the minute seems to be about alcohol and flags. Can there be an Oktoberfest beer festival without beer and can there be a town without flags?

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Flag row divides opinion

The debate over whether Banbridge town centre should remain a flag-free zone provoked reaction on our Facebook page.

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Build a statue of Ziggy to keep Nick Faldo company

Eight very important people recently came to Fermanagh for a mini-break. They wanted to talk about how best to keep the world moving.

News

Support is sought for the Syrians

DEAR Sir,

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Thanks to Leader readers

DEAR Editor,

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Banbridge Ratepayer

AS a Banbridge District ratepayer, I was disgusted to read in the local press, that Banbridge Alliance Councillor, Sheila McQuaid has defended her stance in supporting Sinn Fein Councillor Brendan Curran’s entitlement to describe the murderous campaign of the PIRA as ‘necessary’.

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Brutal business rates are shrinking our town

A FEW weeks ago the last pints were pulled in McGrath’s bar in Rathfriland Street.

Business
At the opening of the restored Old Town Hall are Joe Quail, Traders Association, Councillor John Hanna, Council chairman Councillor Mrs Joan Baird, and John Dobson,  Banbridge Community Regeneration Committee. INBL24-OTH4

Was Asda ever serious about coming to Banbridge?

FOLLOWING the news that Asda’s planning application for a site on the Newry Road in Banbridge had been rejected by the Environment Minister many people expressed their disappointment at the decision.

Business

Opinions may differ, but we must move forward

Dear Editor,

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Dwight looking for local roots

A CANADIAN man is looking Leader readers to help him to search for his family roots in County Down.

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Hospice thanks

THE Southern Area Hospice thanks residents in Banbridge for the generosity shown during their latest street collection.

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Town should host weekly market

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

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Aussie thanks honest local

DEAR Editor,

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Stark message in road safety show

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