A visual treat at Rushmere Centre
Blacksmiths commended at London craft awards
Shop owner grateful as two women report burglary cul...
Two community centre upgrades on course and on budge...
Another award for Clubworld Travel
Rural churches in boost for Congo orphanage project
New agriculture GCSE for Markethill students
POLICE are concerned for the safety of a 34 year old woman from Moy who has not been seen since November.
TUESDAY, May 7 was the hottest day of the year so far in Northern Ireland, but there was crushing disappointment for families wishing to enjoy the sunshine in Laurelvale play park.
TWO women had a dramatic end to an evening out on Sunday when they spotted a burglary taking place and followed the culprits before reporting them to police.
The £3.2 million revamp of both Killicomaine and Brownstown community centres is on time and on budget, Craigavon Borough Council has confirmed.
TWO rural Church of Ireland parishes - Milltown and neighbouring Killyman - have pledged themselves to build a £60,000 orphanage in the Democratic Republic of Congo after their rectors visited the impoverished African country.
MARKETHILL High School pupils who are interested in agriculture as a career will be able to take up a GCSE in the subject from September.
NORTHERN Ireland manager Michael O’Neill will be special guest at a Coaching Masterclass in Lurgan Junior High School on Thursday, June 13.
PORTADOWN Youth trials for boys born across the 2001, 2002 and 2003 age ranges will be held at Brownstown Park’s 3G pitch next Monday and Wednesday from 6 o’clock.
DAVY Mills enjoyed his finest moments on the football field in the colours of Portadown then spent his latter years wearing his country’s jersey with pride on behalf of Northern Ireland Veterans.
BECKETT CUP (FINAL) RECTORY RANGERS 1 CELTIC CLUB (LURGAN NO 1) 1 (CELTIC CLUB WON 2-1 AET)
PORTADOWN’S Pierce Purcell Qualifying players picked up home success at Carrickblacker last weekend under the guidance of Billy Gillis.
MID-ULSTER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE SECTION A CAMLOUGH ROVERS 1 TANDRAGEE ROVERS 2
SHOPPERS at Rushmere Shopping Centre and Retail Park were in for a visual treat last week when a mysterious six foot creature descended upon Craigavon’s retail haven.
TANNAGHMORE Blacksmiths Workshop (TBW) have returned from London victorious after being highly commended at the prestigious Craft Skills Awards – with HRH the Prince of Wales handing out the awards and renowned TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp compering.
PORTADOWN based independent travel agency Clubworld Travel was recently presented with a special agency achievement award for excellence in customer service.
PUPILS past and present joined forces to entertain a full house at Tandragee Junior High’s recent commemorative concert.
A COUNTRY fair is due to return to The Argory tomorrow (Saturday).
TRAINEE teacher and model Rachelle Liggett has landed a starring role in a new music video.
THE results from Portadown Bridge Club on Monday, May 13 are as follows:
THE annual general meeting of Markethill District Enterprises LTD/Future Kids LTD on Monday, June 17.
IN celebration of Good Relations Week 2013 Craigavon Borough Council will be screening an innovative documentary by filmmaker Zhenia Mahdi-Nau exploring the perception of identity in Northern Ireland as it becomes more diverse.
A WALKING tour of the Edenderry area - with emphasis on its industry and history - is taking place this Sunday (May 19) from 3-4pm.
UPPER Bann TUV have called unionists in the Craigavon area to sign a petition opposing the building of a conflict resolution centre on the site of the former Maze Prison.
MACMILLAN Cancer Support would like to thank the people of Portadown for supporting their street collection on Saturday, April 13.
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Weather for Portadown
Tuesday 21 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 4 C to 13 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: North west