Portadown Times

Threw food around in takeaway and later swore in street

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Court

Car to be forfeited in no insurance case

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Millie safe and well.

Missing Millie found safe

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Thunderstorm
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Sadness at the passing of a hard-working family man

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Warning after lorry pulled over at bogus checkpoint

Crime

Tinnitus awareness event at the library

Health

Barcelona terror attack: PSNI issue advice to holidaymakers

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Celebrating their success at A-level are Portadown girls who have just completed their studies at St Catherines College, Armagh: l/r: Aine Hendron (English Q.U.B.); Cara Matchett (Law, Q.U.B.); Niamh Derry (Chemical Engineering, Q.U.B.) & Nicole Bush (English & Drama, Liverpool Hope). The girls are pictured with Mrs Fionnuala Tennyson (Senior Teacher & Head of Sixth Form).

School celebrates improved results with 15 per cent rise in top grades

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Las Ramblas in Barcelona. (Photo: Google Maps)

Lurgan man living in Barcelona feared city would be targeted by ISIS

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Jonny Evans and Chris Brunt.

FOOTBALL: Jonny Evans deserves interest from other clubs, insists Chris Brunt

Football
Phil Eaglestone bowling for Waringstown.

CRICKET: Clontarf defeat Waringstown to lift inaugural T20 All Ireland title

Sport
Portadown manager Niall Currie.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Portadown strong in second half to bounce back from early Limavady blow

Football 2

BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

Sport 1

BOXING: Frampton v Gutierrez fight CANCELLED - Cyclone Promotions' statement in full

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GOLF: The draw for the Northern Ireland Open Shootout Sunday at Galsgorm Castle

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CRICKET: Waringstown to face The Hills in Irish Cup Final

Sport
A screenshot taken from the much loved Spar/Fred there's no bread advert.

WATCH: 20 old TV adverts only NI people will remember

Arts
The students of the newly formed cross community SARECCA School of Music and Performance recently sang and danced their way through a charity concert in aid of the Northern Ireland Childrens Hospice.

Over £1,000 raised by local kids as young as five for NI Children’s Hospice

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Last chance for engaged couples to enter new BBC wedding game show

Last chance for engaged couples to enter new BBC wedding game show

Offbeat
The free events encourage participants to stay active.

New ‘exercise in disguise’ classes launched at local community centre

Health
The Food Awards Northern Ireland 2017

IN FULL: Winners of The Food Awards Northern Ireland 2017

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