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Thu 18 Oct 2018 08:19 AM
First Derivatives in deal with South Korea's BISTel

 Financial technology firm First Derivatives has agreed a deal with BISTel, a provider of smart manufacturing solutions headquartered in South Korea.

The deal will see the South Korean firm use the Newry-based company's Kx for Sensors and kdb+ products in its product line. 

FD said that under the terms of the deal, many of BISTel's products will have "Kx Inside" within the next two years, with the first deployments expected in the first half of 2019.

BISTel supplies adaptive intelligence (AI) applications that combine embedded human knowledge and advanced engineering automation solutions to help factories to better detect, analyse, predict, and prescribe solutions to complex manufacturing problems in real-time.

"This is a further important contract win for Kx in the Industrial Internet of Things, reflecting our growing presence in this market and our technology lead," commented Brian Conlon, chief executive of FD. 

"Kx provides higher performance, greater scalability and lower total cost of ownership than competing solutions and we are engaged in multiple conversations across manufacturing, and other industries, with potential customers attracted by these benefits," he added.

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Thu 18 Oct 2018 08:12 AM

 SAVAGE (nee Quinn) Bessbrook, 16th October 2018 peacefully at Daisy Hill hospital surrounded by her loving family, Mary R.I.P. late of O'Donoghue Park Bessbrook. Much loved wife of the late Vincent and loving mother of Tina and the late Michael, Melvin and Rosemary. Loving mother-in-law of Johnny and Patsy, treasured Grandmother, Great-grandmother, Great-great grandmother and aunt. Padre Pio pray for her.

Funeral from the home of her grand-daughter Martina Murtagh 12 The Gardens Bessbrook, on Friday at 11.40am for 12 noon Requiem Mass in SS Peter and Paul Church Bessbrook, burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery (house strictly private on morning of the funeral please).

Lovingly remembered by all of her family circle.

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Thu 18 Oct 2018 08:10 AM
Brendan Sloan

 Sloan (Warrenpoint) 17th September 2018 Brendan, Inverness and formerly of Moygannon Road, Warrenpoint dearly loved husband of Elizabeth and much loved father of Paul and John.

Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.
Requiem Mass on Saturday at 10am in St. Patrick’s Church, Mayobridge followed by interment of Ashes in adjoining Cemetery.
Sadly missed by his loving wife, sons, grandchildren and their families, sisters Maureen and Sheila (Manchester), brothers Joseph (France), Eamon (Norfolk) and Francis (Moygannon).

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Wed 17 Oct 2018 09:37 AM
Claire’s accessories in Craigavon and Newry facing uncertain future

Fashion accessories retailer Claire’s is facing the threat of insolvency – placing the future of two local stores in Craigavon and Newry under threat.

The two stores – in Rushmere Shopping Centre and The Quays in Newry – are just two of 14 sites across Northern Ireland facing an uncertain future.

The Press Association (PA) said the High Street chain was talking to restructuring firms about “a number of options”.

However, Claire’s chief executive Ron Marshall told PA it had no plans for either a CVA or major store closures in the UK “in the foreseeable future”.

“Any stores we do close or open in the UK would be as part of our normal course of business,” he added.

The news comes just days after the chain’s US parent company announced that it had emerged from Chapter 11 protection after filing for bankruptcy earlier this year.

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Wed 17 Oct 2018 09:32 AM

 HANRATTY (Newry) Mary, October 15, 2018. Wife of the late Sean R.I.P. and sister of Johnny, Mick, Ann, Pat, Vincent, Arthur, Bernie, Gerard, Tom, Joe, and the late Owen R.I.P. 

Her remains will leave her late residence, 98A Mourneview Park, on Wednesday at 10.15am for 11.00am Requiem Mass in St Laurence's Church, Omeath. Burial afterwards in St John the Baptist Cemetery, Drumcree, Portadown. 

Enquiries to Poucher's Funeral Directors (028 3026 7585).

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Wed 17 Oct 2018 09:30 AM
Robert Stephen McCORD

11th October 2018, suddenly. Late of Bryansford Gardens, Newcastle. Beloved husband of the late Margaret, much loved father of Stephen, Peter, Geoffrey and Gillian. Proud grandfather and great-grandfather. 

Family and friends welcome to call at Douglas Funeral Directors, 20 Dromore Road, Ballynahinch BT24 8HP from 6 - 8pm on Wednesday 17th October. 

Funeral Service strictly private. 

Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to Cancer Research N.I., cheques payable to Douglas Donations Account (address as above). 

In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still.

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Mon 15 Oct 2018 07:31 PM
Newry Pool League Blog


All hail The Mighty Bears. On Thursday night Bears travelled to the Working Men's Club. The home of the magnificent, all conquering CWC A. The current quadruple trophy holders wracked up an accumulative score of 18-6 last season against Bears.

Bears had clearly been improving. Starting with a 7-1 defeat they narrowed the margin to 6-2 and finally 5-3.
Bears went on to get relegated while CWC polished off all 4 of the top trophies on offer.
The team news prior to the match on Thursday was not great for CWC. Harvey Lavelle and Singles Champion Paddy Clarke would be absent.
Bears have been boosted by summer signings Eugene McDermott and Diamuird Lonergan.
6 of Bears' starting line-up where regulars in last seasons relegated squad while only 4 of CWC's stars played in last seasons quadruple winning side although they had multiple league winner Raymie McKenna on the team sheet. Could Mickey Cunningham, Eugene Magee and Art Ruddy step up to the plate as CWC's new signings?

Kieran McMahon got down to work straight away with some exquisite pool.  Neil Heaney never had the armoury to trouble the 'Machine' McMahon.
CWC thought it was business as usual when Bernie Magee beat Ralph Crummy for 2-0.
Young Eoghan Magee is a nice potter but you need more than potting ability to beat super experienced ex-snooker player Eugene McDermott. The latter was too good and it was 2-1.
Raymond McKenna was hot favourite against Seamus Keenan but the 'snail' always beats the Hare apparently and at the half-way stage it was all square at 2-2.
Art Ruddy didn't fill Paul Murphy with fear after a nervous start and Murphy did the needful for Bears who edged in front 3-2.
Incredibly CWC A captain Pat Brady went to the penultimate league game of the season before he finally tasted defeat. It was Niall McQuillan that ended Brady's dream of going a whole season with a 100% winning record with only one more match to play. Surely only 3 games in he wouldn't taste defeat. But  yes he did and it was Diamuird Lonergan who wasnt  to inspired after loosing the lag twice and was put into bat first and bat he did wallop into the bottom left pocket to put Bears 4-2 up.
It was up to new signing and Pool League Secretary Micky Cunningham to try and at least take the match into a decider. Garry Powell is no soft touch. He fairly mixed season last time out but he's a great potter and a dangerous opponent. Cunningham was on for the perfect finish until he missed an easy pot on a straight black  and when Powell got a lucky snooker it was curtains for CWC A. Powell sealed a famous win and the 2 points and to rub salt in the wounds Adrian Holman made it 6-2 with a win over Seamus McGeoghegan.
It's not the end for CWC A but when their big names are missing their squad looks very vulnerable.
Well done Bears who won't be the pushover many teams faced last season.

Trainors Bar look like they could the main challengers to CWC A. They beat 7 man Hustlers in a re-fixture midweek and after a hard fought win over Orchard on Thursday they are now the only Premier Division side with 100% record.
They got off to a flyer in Camlough with James O'Hagan and Niall McVerry taking the opening 2 frames of the evening.
Gerard Bagnall playing his 1st ever Premier Division game beat Dee Kearney. Kearney is having a little wobble as his form has dipped and now faces the axe.
Tony McGovern levelled the scores at 2-2 when he beat Seamus Graham. McGovern has now won all 3 of his league games so far.
Paddy Tavey then David Cromie exchanged frames to go into the last two frames level at 3 apiece.
Seamus McVerry and finally Liam Bradley scraped Trainor's over the winning line for the two points that fired the Camlough side top of the league.

McGuigan's got their 1st league win of the season with a very comfortable victory over fellow newly promoted Nan's Rams.
Gerard McGuigan, Martin Conroy, Pat Byrne, Paul McAreavey and Mike McArdle gave McGuigan's an unassailable 5-1 lead. Pat McClenghan had levelled the match 1-1 before the visitors kicked into gear.
Luckily For Nan's McGuigan's took their foot off the gas which let Jimmy O'Hare and the superb Rony O'Reilly take the last 2 frames of the night. O' Reilly has won all 3 of his games so far and one of the few with 100% win record.

Cathal Phelan, Michael Feenan and Shane Phelan had Whitecross 3-1 up against Hustlers before the wheels came off. Barry Murphy had levelled before long time team mate Shane McAllister started the come back at 3-2.
Ciaran O'Neill tied the match with 2 frames left on the card.
Whitecross legend Mickey O'Hanlon became one of the few players to have played all 3 league games and lose them all. It was another pool legend Kevin Magee that beat him to make it 4-3 to Hustlers.
Hustlers had no 8th man and so Gavin Malone picked up his 1st league win of the season to salvage a draw for Whitecross.

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Mon 15 Oct 2018 12:45 PM
Evelyn Halliday's grief as husband and daughter killed in Newry crash

A pensioner who lost her husband and daughter in a road crash on the A1 dual carriageway at the weekend has spoken of her devastation.

Newry woman Evelyn Halliday (83) will bury her late partner Raymond and daughter Anna Dodds in separate funeral services tomorrow.

Mr Halliday (87) and 47-year-old Ms Dodds had been travelling in a Skoda Fabia when it was involved in a collision with a lorry and a Ford Focus at the Moneymore Road junction outside the city on Friday at around 2.45pm.

Mr Halliday had been taking his stepdaughter - Mrs Halliday's daughter from her first marriage - to Banbridge, where she had been due to catch a bus with friends to attend a country music concert in Belfast.

Mr Halliday died at the scene while Ms Dodds, who was single, passed away a short time later in hospital. Two other people were injured.

One, who was taken to Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry, was reported to be in a stable condition on Saturday, while no update has been given on the condition of the other person, who was receiving treatment in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital.

Floral tributes for the two have since been left where the collision took place. They are the latest people to lose their lives on the main Belfast to Dublin route in recent years.

Mrs Halliday said yesterday that she was still struggling to take in the shocking news of her loved-ones' deaths.

"It still hasn't hit me," she said, describing her late husband of 25 years as a "true gentleman".

The great-grandmother said her daughter, who lived in Bessbrook, Co Armagh, was "completely devoted" to her nieces and nephews, having already bought them their Christmas presents.

"Anna was going to the Farmers' Bash at the SSE Arena. She loved country and western music. She lived for her family," she said.

"Raymond was a gentleman. He was a brilliant husband. He would make me breakfast in bed every day.

"He was a great storyteller, he could tell hundreds of jokes. Raymond loved fishing and watching football."

Mrs Halliday said that her husband would have done anything for her daughter, and vice versa. "Anna loved treating him with clothes and Raymond would have taken her anywhere she needed to go," she explained.

While the circumstances of the collision have yet to be established, it occurred at one of the A1's gap junctions, where vehicles can turn right across the central reservation.

Mrs Halliday urged the authorities to take action to make safety improvements on the A1 amid fresh concerns at the number of fatal collisions on the route since 2014.

In May Co Down man Karl Heaney (27) died in a two-vehicle collision between Banbridge and Dromore, while in 2015 three young male friends were killed while travelling to Newry.

The previous year two nuns, Sisters Marie Duddy and Frances Forde, were killed in a collision involving an unmarked police vehicle.

Upper Bann MLA Carla Lockhart said that in light of the latest crash, capital funding should be made available in order to close off the remaining gaps in junctions.

"Discussions have been taking place on how we can close (these off without) inconveniencing local residents and frequent users," she explained.

Ms Dodds and Mr Halliday will be laid to rest in graveyards at Ryans Presbyterian Church, Newry, and St Luke's Parish Church, Mullaglass, respectively tomorrow.

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Mon 15 Oct 2018 08:46 AM

 FEGAN (Kilcoo) Peter R.I.P. Died October 14, 2018. Father of Michael, Patricia, Shona and Christopher and brother of Madge (Monaghan) and the late Jim, May (McGaw) and Bridie. 

His remains will leave his late residence, 4 Crockoona Park on Tuesday at 10.40am for 11.00am Requiem Mass in St Malachy's Church, Kilcoo. Interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. 

Our Lady of Knock pray for him. 

Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons, daughters, son-in-law Drew, daughter-in-law Margaret, grandchildren, sister Madge, brother-in-law Oliver, sister-in-law Rita, nephews, nieces and entire family circle. 

Family flowers only please.