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Lord Mayor stay safe this Christmas

Lord Mayor urges everyone to stay safe this Christmas

LORD Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon urges everyone in the borough to stay safe during the festive period. The two-week restrictions will relax...
Bishops and Buildings Book Launch

‘Bishops and Buildings’ book launch celebrates Armagh’s rich built heritage

A perfect stocking filler, the new ‘Bishops and Buildings’ book recently launched takes a fresh look at Armagh’s architecture and archbishops using the historical...
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Sunday Trading Hours To Be Extended During Pre-Christmas Trading Period

Larger retailers in the borough of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon will be permitted to open from 10am on a Sunday during the pre-Christmas...
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Award-Winning Local Food & Drink Make Perfect Pairing this Christmas!

Racking up an impressive 53 Great Taste and Irish Food Awards as well as the Golden Fork Honour to boot, Armagh City, Banbridge and...

Council left counting the cost of vandalism at Brownlow Hub

Total bill for repair and use of external security firm expected to exceed £16,000. Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has been faced...
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PEACE IV Cross Community Sports Initiative Scores Top Sport NI Award

It was a strong finish to the year for Lurgan Rugby, Football and Cricket Club (Lurgan RFC Club) as they claimed the Sport NI...
Free car parking

Free Saturday parking scheme revs up support for town centre retail businesses this festive...

Parking fees will be waived in Council-owned off-street pay-and-display car parks in Armagh City, Banbridge, Lurgan and Portadown on Saturday 5, 12 and 19...

Changing Places improving accessibility for residents

As International Day of People with Disabilities is celebrated world-wide (Thursday 3rd December), Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council would like to remind...
The dog was kept in conditions which were deemed to cause suffering.

Portadown man fined and banned from keeping animals for five years

Mr Terrence Herron of Charles Street, Portadown, has been found guilty of animal welfare offences at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court, sitting at Lisburn Courthouse via...
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£640k Lough Neagh Cooperation Project at Kinnego Marina Gets Underway

Kinnego Marina - situated on the edge of Oxford Island National Nature Reserve near Lurgan - is set to see an investment of over...