• Dumped tyres spark appeal


    15 May 2024
    ORGANISERS of the Eleventh Night bonfire in Ballynahinch have this week appealed to people not to use the location as an open air dump.

SPORTS

  • Ready for Irish Open

    NEWRY, Mourne and Down Council is joining forces with Tourism NI to tee off a special event to highlight what’s happening across the district in the run-up to the Amgen Irish Open in Newcastle this September.
  • Canter for Down in Tailteann at Newry

    DOWN were far too strong for Limerick at Pairc Esler on Saturday evening as they strolled to an emphatic 14-point win.
  • Heartache for Down as Tyrone lift first provincial title in four decades

    DESPITE losing the Armagh City Hotel Ulster Junior final on Sunday in Pearse Óg Armagh, Down will be pretty pleased with their performance against Division 4 league champions Tyrone.
  • Downpatrick romp to Dunmurry win

    DOWNPATRICK finally got their season underway on Saturday when they travelled to Fullerton Park to play Dunmurry.
  • Donoghue is at the double

    KEITH Donoghue, who missed out on a winner at the recent Randox Ulster National meeting at Downpatrick and also at the Punchestown Festival due to a hand injury, made a winning return at Downpatrick on Friday.
  • Zak in top peak

    A BRIEF respite from the Hill and Dales gave the regulars the chance to gear their legs up to take on our biggest and baddest peak around.

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