POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Fri 22 Sep 2017 08:54 AM

21st September 2017, Edward Andrew (Ted) Potts passed away, dearly loved husband of Margaret, devoted father of Andrew, Alistair, Judith and Caroline, Father in-Law of Jackie, Frances, Ian and Alan, Dear Grandfather and Great Grandfather.

 
House Strictly Private.
 
Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Ted, tomorrow (Saturday), at 2 pm in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Banbridge.
 
Family Flowers only please, Donations if desired for UNICEF & Macmillan Nurses, Cheques payable to R.J. Poots & Co. Funeral Directors, 6 Circular Road, Dromore, BT25 1AL.
 
'Will be lovingly Remembered & Sadly missed by the entire Family Circle'.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Fri 22 Sep 2017 08:51 AM

21st September 2017, Mary Brown passed away peacefully in The Mercy Nursing Home, Newry. 

 
Beloved wife of the late James and devoted mother of Gerard, Seamus, Josephine Campbell and Hugh, Sister of the late Daniel, Cormac and Alice Grant.
 
Mary's remains will leave her son Hugh's residence, 20 Castlewellan Road on Saturday 23rd September at 2:00 pm for 2:30 pm requiem mass in St. John's Church Ballymaghery, Hilltown. Internment afterwards in adjoining Cemetery.
 
Our Lady Queen of the most holy rosary pray for her.
 
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sons, daughter, grandchildren, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, sisters-in-law Eileen and Nancy Grant, nephews, nieces and entire family circle.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Fri 22 Sep 2017 08:48 AM

20th September 2017, Elizabeth Hughes passed away, beloved wife of the late Pat R.I.P.

 
Her remains will leave her late residence, 21 Moor Road, Kilkeel at 10:30 am on Friday, for 11:00 am Requiem Mass in St Joseph's Church, Ballymartin. Burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery. 
 
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sons, daughter, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and entire family circle. 
 
St Pio pray for her.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Fri 22 Sep 2017 08:42 AM

Sinn Féin MP Mickey Brady has said the presence of Sinn Féin MPs in Dáil Éireann today, for an address by the EU Parliament’s Brexit Co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt, was of 'historic significance'.

 
The Newry & Armagh MP was speaking following a joint sitting of the Good Friday Implementation Committee, alongside the committees for European Union Affairs, and Foreign Affairs, Trade and Defence in Dublin.
 
Mickey Brady said:
 
“I was glad that Sinn Féin MPs were in the Dáil Chamber today for this important engagement. It is important that all EU officials are continuously briefed and informed on what Ireland needs from the Brexit negotiations. These needs must be a priority given Ireland’s unique position.
 
“Today's joint committee meeting was of historic significance, and indicates the strength of the all-Ireland campaign against Brexit and the imposition of an EU frontier on this island.
 
“Sinn Féin MPs sat alongside our all-island team of TDs, MEPs and Senators to witness the address from the chief Brexit co-ordinator of the European Parliament.
 
“The British Tory government care nothing about the impact of Brexit on Ireland, but Sinn Féin MPs will make continue to make representations where it counts - in Dublin, Belfast and in Brussels. This is what Sinn Féin MPs were elected to do."
 
However, Brady said he was disappointed that MPs and MEPs were denied speaking rights during today’s hearing:
 
 “I am disappointed that my fellow MPs and MEPs were denied speaking rights despite the fact that I am a member of the Good Friday Agreement Committee.
 
“The decision to deny speaking rights to Irish MPs flies in the face of the need for an all-Ireland approach to Brexit.
 
"Our team stressed Sinn Féin’s position that it is an absolute imperative that the North is given Designated Special Status within the European Union.
 
“This is crucial in order to defend the political, social and economic interests of all Ireland and to protect the Good Friday Agreement in all of its parts." 
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Fri 22 Sep 2017 08:38 AM

We’re kicking road collisions into touch, as part of a multi-agency event to encourage young people to think about road safety. 

 
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) and Newry and Mourne Policing and community Safety Partnership (PCSP), have teamed up with the GAA and Ballynahinch Rugby Club to deliver a hard-hitting road safety message to young people aged 16 to 24 years. 
 
The event ‘Slow Down – Hit the pitch not the Ditch’ event was held on September 20th at Ballynahinch Rugby club, where County Senior Footballers Mark Poland and Connaire Harrison for the GAA and Kyle McCall, Aaron Cairns and Jonny Simpson for Ulster Rugby also attended. 
 
Speaking at the event, Inspector Lynne Corbett said, “Road safety is a priority for police in Newry, Mourne and Down, however we all have our part to play. Police officers have visited the homes numerous families across Northern Ireland to deliver the devastating news that one of their loved ones has been killed on our roads. Many more families are helping loved ones cope with serious, life changing injuries. 
 
“While everyone shares the responsibility for road safety, our appeal to drivers and riders is very simple; Slow down; Pay greater attention to the road and your surroundings; If you’re travelling in a vehicle, always wear a seatbelt and never drive or ride a motorbike or scooter after drinking or taking drugs.”
  
Philip Gregg Chairman Ballynahinch RFC said, “Ballynahinch RFC are delighted to be hosting this multi- agency road safety event. As a community based club, the welfare of all our members is of paramount importance, an event such as this will educate and improve the driving habits of the young people in Newry and Mourne.
Better Drivers, Better People, Safer Community.”
 
Seán Rooney, Chairman Down GAA, “The GAA are delighted to be supporting this road safety initiative. We think it’s important to get the road safety message out to our young people. We are not invincible and when we get behind the wheel of a car, we need to be mindful of that. Slow down….hit the pitch not the ditch.” 
 
PCSP Chair Cllr Harry Harvey stated " The Policing and Community Safety Partnership are delighted to support this event to promote better and safer driving habits amongst our young people. Young people are statistically over –represented in road traffic collisions in comparison with older car drivers and that's why events like this are so important to increase awareness and safety on our roads" 
 
Watch Commander, Rory Dumigan, NIFRS said, “Firefighters attend road traffic collisions to rescue people trapped in vehicles.  Unfortunately, we do witness the carnage on our roads and the lives destroyed as a result of road traffic collisions. We want to educate young people about the devastating consequences of road traffic collisions and by doing a hard-hitting road traffic collision rescue demonstration to these young people we are giving them a glimpse of what it’s like at the scene in the hope that every time they get behind the wheel they will think about what they have seen and heard at this event.”
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POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Thu 21 Sep 2017 11:04 AM

Detectives in Newry are appealing for information after a vehicle arson within the city in the early hours of this morning (Thursday, 22 September). 

 
Detective Constable Skillen said “Shortly before 4:15 am it was reported that a vehicle had been set alight in the vicinity of Nursery Drive and was completely destroyed as a result of this attack. Scorch damage was also caused to property nearby.
 
Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting reference 161 22/09/17, or if they wish to remain anonymous Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Thu 21 Sep 2017 08:46 AM

19th September 2017, Stanley McClelland passed away peacefully) at Ard Mhacha Care Home. 

 
Stanley, Edenaveys Gardens, Armagh, dearly loved husband of Helen, dear brother of Daphne and the late Gladys.
 
House and Funeral Private
 
Lovingly remembered by his sorrowing wife, sister and the entire Family Circle.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Thu 21 Sep 2017 08:44 AM
20th September 2017, Denis Gallagher passed away peacefully at hospital. Denis son of the late Anthony and Brigid Gallagher and dear brother of the late Anthony, Pat, Vincent and Mona, Clermont Gardens, Warrenpoint. 
 
May his soul rest in peace.
 
His remains will repose at McAnulty’s Funeral Home 35, Church Street, Warrenpoint, on Friday from 11 am until 2 pm and on Saturday from 7 pm until 9 pm. Removal on Sunday at 10:45 am arriving at St. Peter’s Church Warrenpoint for 11 am Requiem Mass. Interment immediately afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery Burren.
 

Deeply regretted by his loving nieces, nephews and family circle.