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Newry Street is on the road to success

With Newry Street in Banbridge nominated for a Great Street Award from the Academy of Urbanism, judges received the warmest of welcomes from Council...

Top tech event to land at Armagh Planetarium in September

Council has joined forces with Ireland’s leading technology event, Digital DNA, to create an exclusive, cutting-edge event to help local businesses and organisations to...

Jo Petit and the Dream Band bring the boogie to Banbridge

It’s time to head uptown and get down with some Motown Funk ‘n’ Soul as Jo Petit and The Dream Band bring their high...

Multi Sports Activity Camp at Portadown People’s Park

It’s hard to believe the summer holidays are half over – but there is still a lot of fun to be had before school...

Council’s PEACE IV Partnership Call for Social Partners

Council is forming a partnership for the PEACE IV Programme which will oversee delivery of the PEACE IV Action Plan under the themes of Children & Young...

Great Taste of success for Food Heartland producers

30 local products awarded Great Taste stars in the world’s most coveted blind-tasted food competition. Following months of judging, 40 Great Taste stars were awarded...
John Hewitt International Summer School

Lord Mayor hosts reception for John Hewitt International Summer School

Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Garath Keating hosted the final evening of the John Hewitt International Summer Scheme at the...

Celebrate National Play Day in Portadown People’s Park – for free!

Next Wednesday 3rd August is National Play Day and Portadown People’s Park is planning a fantastic afternoon of fun for families to enjoy some...

Farming Life and Danske Bank Awards 2016

Nominations are now open for The Farming Life and Danske Bank Awards 2016. The closing date is 29 August, so there’s still time to...

Summer activities for kids in Rathfriland

Rathfriland Community Centre is playing host to two exciting courses for young people aged five to eleven years giving them the opportunity to take...