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Seales and McCaughey sentenced over Strickland murder

Published: April-11-2014 | Category: General News

A wealthy pig farmer will serve at least 15 years in jail for the murder of a man in County Down two years ago. ...

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Brothers sentenced over Strickland murder

April-10-2014

Two brothers have been told how long they must spend in jail for the murder of a man in Comber two years ago. ...

21 cats disappear amid Comber poisoning fears

April-09-2014

CAT lovers in Comber have expressed concern for their pets after a reported 21 cats have disappeared, some confirmed to have been poisoned, during the past year. ...

17th Century church ruins revealed by conservation project

April-04-2014

THE ruins of a church dating from the 17th century have been revealed in a conservation project by Ards Borough Council and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA). Templecranny church in ...

Plans to ease parking at Ulster Hospital

April-03-2014

VISITORS to the Ulster Hospital at Dundonald having been experiencing lengthy delays when queuing for a car parking space - a problem which has angered motorists for sometime. ...

Where's Jonny? Backpacker targets 100 countries!

March-27-2014

NEWTOWNARDS-BORN traveller Jonny Blair has travelled to 85 countries, 560 towns and cities throughout the world. But Jonny’s not planning to leave it there. ...

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