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Two rescued after boat runs aground in Lough Neagh

Two people have been rescued after a boat ran aground in Lough Neagh.

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CRAIGAVON AREA HOSPITAL

Police probe after camera found in hospital toilets

A camera, discovered in toilets at Craigavon Area Hospital, has led to a police inquiry, it can be revealed.

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Family and friends upset at speculation surrounding Liam Campbell’s sudden death.

Liam Campbell’s body was found on Saturday but speculation surrounding his sudden death is causing his family and friends heartbreak.

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Mum Angela vows to fight her cancer diagnosis

Strong and determined Angela McCabe is not taking her terminal cancer diagnosis laying down - and despite her illness even ran a leg of the recent Belfast Marathon.

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One of the pigs which needs rehomed

Pigs (Honker does tricks) need rehomed urgently

Four large pigs, one of whom does tricks, need rehomed urgently, says a NI animal charity.

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The view from a sand barge after a dramatic rescue on Lough Neagh

Men ‘lucky to be alive’ after dredging pontoon sinks

Two men are ‘lucky to be alive’ after a dredging pontoon sank on Lough Neagh this morning.

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Laying flowers at the scene where Marian Beattie was found murdered 45 years ago

Help to bring Marian’s killer to face justice

On the 45th memorial of the murder of Portadown girl Marian Beattie, her brother Gerard is asking for the public to help bring her killer to justice.

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The Southern Trust Colorectal Nursing Team are marking Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Back L-R: Bernie Trainor (Stoma/ Coloproctology Nurse), Stacy Leathem, Macmillan Support Worker, Fiona Keegan, Macmillan Colorectal Cancer Nurse Specialist. Front L-R: Claire Young (Stoma/ Coloproctology Nurse), Cheryl Bleakney (Administrative Assistant), Lynn Berry (Stoma/ Coloproctology Nurse) Missing from photo: Tanya Garvie (Stoma/ Coloproctology Nurse).

More support for bowel conditions

Patients with bowel conditions are to benefit from developments to services in the Southern Trust’s Stoma/Coloproctology Team.

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“Barrie made the world a happier place” said Minister

“Barrie made the world a happier place” said Minister

In shock, devastated friends gathered to help a heartbroken family in their grief, a minister told hundreds attending the funeral of the late Barrie Meneely.

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VIDEO: Shocking dashcam footage shows close shave at crossroads

Watch how this van appears to drive through a County Armagh crossroads, narrowly missing another vehicle.

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Body found on shores of Lough Neagh

Body found on shores of Lough Neagh

An area close to the shores of Lough Neagh has been cordoned off after a body was found this afternoon.

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Sparky’s ‘horrendous death’ may have been captured on social media, say police

The ‘horrendous’ death of an 11 week old puppy may have been captured on social media, say police.

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Simon Dowey of John R Dowey and Sons Butchers in Lurgan with the Buckfast Pasties

Buckfast pasties by award-winning NI butcher going down a treat

Buckfast pasties - the latest delicacy from one of Northern Ireland’s top butchers - are proving so popular they are almost sold out.

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Eileen McConville

Search for missing girl last seen in Craigavon

Police and the family of a young girl have appealed for information about her whereabouts after she went missing yesterday.

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Work starts at Rushmere

Work begins on new Rushmere restaurants

Work has begun at Rushmere Shopping Centre in Craigavon on what is believed to be two new restaurants.

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Craigavon Emergency Department ‘worst yet’ amid calls for immediate action

Ambulances squeezed into the arrival bay at Craigavon Hospital’s Emergency Department last night in what was described as ‘the worst yet’ by one local politician.

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Honour for lifeboat founder

Honour for lifeboat founder

The epitome of selflessness, Paddy Prunty has donated decades of his life to help save others and now is to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth.

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Jay Beatty

Man arrested in Scotland after vile posts about Celtic fan Wee Jay

A man has been arrested in Scotland after a vile tweet was posted on Twitter about Lurgan Celtic fan Wee Jay Beatty.

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Jay Beatty

Police probe vile tweet aimed at Celtic fan Jay Beatty

Police in Scotland are probing a vile sectarian tweet aimed at 12-year-old Lurgan bhoy Jay Beatty which as been branded ‘disgusting’.

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‘Police were protecting her killer’ claims Marian’s brother

‘Police were protecting her killer’ claims Marian’s brother

Marian Beattie’s family are pleading for good Christian people to do the right thing and unmask her killer, almost 45 years after her partially clothed body was found in Co Tyrone.

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