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Newry and Mourne Council commissioned five paintings and a purchase for Newry Museum. From 1990 Cora has been selected to hang many times in the Laing National Art Competition and has on a number of occasions been a finalist with paintings hung in Malone House and the Mall Galleries in London.
Politician Condemned For Calling Journalists "Provos
He said: “I am extremely concerned and disappointed at the press release made by the NUJ regarding the Newry and Mourne Council business on the 8th April. Job adverts start at £175 + VAT for one week with discounts available for longer periods and block bookings.
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An exciting new online enewspaper focusing on the needs of the Newry and Mourne area. Newry Times will cover the latest news, politics, business, jobs, sport and public interest as well as properties and other miscellaneous categories.
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This was also a Famine Relief Job. now part of Newry and Mourne's playing fields. 26 CraigAnAine fairy ring and former home of Ballymartin G F C. 27 The Thorn Bush now gone but was a land mark at Carrigenagh Road/Quarter Road
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Newry Abbey Grammar School
Newry had a population of approximately 27,430 at the 2001 Census, while Newry and Mourne Council Area had a population of 87,058. Newry was founded in 1144 alongside a Cistercian monastery and is one of Northern Ireland's oldest towns.
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Your Place And Mine Topics The Land Newry Canal
Craigavon and Newry and Mourne Councils, as sections of the The Lockkeepers job was to look after the locks and help boats pass from one level to the next along the canal. The lockkeeper had to open and shut the lock
Newry Memoirs Dedicated Councillor Is A Man For All Seasons
WHEN that genial and dedicated councillor, Pat McElroy, hung up his boots as a member of Newry and Mourne district council, he chalked up a quarter century of service to Pat McElroy’s first job was with Armaghdown Creameries, helping to deliver milk in the Warrenpoint area. Then he