• We are just prisoners in our homes


    26 April 2017
    A DOWNPATRICK pensioner has vowed not to be forced from her home after the latest outbreak of anti-social behaviour in two housing estates.

SPORTS

  • Down High’s Tommy gets Lions call-up

    THE pride of Down High School — that’s new British and Irish Lion Tommy Seymour.
  • Olympic dream ends in moment of controversy

    1ST Bangor’s Black Knights doused Olympic’s flame in an intriguing cup semi-final clash at Seaview last Wednesday night, but there was more than an element of controversy attached to the winning goal.
  • Trophy-laden season for Ballynahinch

    BALLYNAHINCH Rugby Club brought the curtain down on another outstanding season at the club’s end of season player awards evening on Saturday.
  • Liatroim stay on right track

    AFTER contrasting fortunes in their opening two league games, Liatroim hosted Darragh Cross on Friday night with the sides at opposite ends of the Division 2 table at this early stage.
  • Unstoppable William is looking good for crown

    IF you have a target then one should look no further for inspiration than William McKee of Mourne Runners.
  • Light and flukey for Quoile Spring Series

    THE second week of Quoile Yacht Club’s Spring Series got off to a sunny and somewhat subdued start on Sunday as a light breeze welcomed the competitors back to contest the third and fourth races of the series.

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