Newry Democrat preview 02-04-2019

Ralph Hewitt


Ralph Hewitt


In this week's Newry Democrat preview...


The public is encouraged to make their voice heard during the consultation period into the delivery of stroke services. We have six pages of coverage into the topic in this week's paper.

Design team is announced for new Newry Civic Building.

Brexit is a "staggering mess", protest hears.

Rostrevor's Alice Kelly launches her new book.

There are more pictures in this week's Newry Democrat from the Newry and Warrenpoint Feis'!


Football: Warrenpoint miss out on what would have been their first ever Irish Cup final after penalty heartbreak.

GAA: St Colman's College makes history with Paul McGirr Cup win.

Football: Carnbane League round-up.

Football: Darren Mullen looks ahead to Newry's huge clash against fellow strugglers Ards.

Athletics: Pictures from the Newry Runners awards night and we get talking to Tony Bagnall as he launches his new book, which charts the history of triathlons in Ireland.

All this and much, much more in this week's Newry Democrat! 

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New council chief appointed

MARIE Ward, who is the current Director of Enterprise, Regeneration and Tourism, will take over from Liam Hannaway later this year.