In this week’s Times a Portadown businessman tells us that there are too many charity shops in the town.
Colin Robinson has said traders face unfair competition from the increased number of rates-free charity shops.
Elsewhere in the paper we bring you news that police are studying footage of an alleged sectarian assault in Woodhouse Street and there’s a special report on the Portadown couple living in Egypt.
There’s a report on a disabled man who swam Lough Neagh in aid of a four-year-old boy who has cerebral palsy as well as a story on a disabled great-grandmother who picked up a parking ticket in Asda.
The paper also contains a special pull-out on grassroots football.