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County Down Businessmen Launch Rapid Covid Test Swab

A business director from Castlewellan and another two co-directors have launched the rapid tesing Covid-19 kit through Alpha PH that just takes 15 minutes to produce results.

Police Arrest Three On Suspicion Of Burglary In Bangor

Detectives arrested three men aged 23, 22 and 21 years old following a spate of burglaries in the Bangor area on Saturday...

Alison McGrenaghan Chats About Autumn Foraging

Alison McGranaghan, expert forager from neqr Downpatrick, chats to Helen Hastings about the exciting natural harvests growing in our countryside.

USPCA Assists Kitten With Injuries Dumped On Road

A kitten has been saved from suffering after it was rescued from a bag dumped on the road. It suffered pelvic injuries, but its siblings died.

Kilkeel Woman Banned For Keeping Animals For Five Years

A Kilkeel woman has been banned for keeping animals for five years after being charged with causing unnecessary suffering to two dogs, one of which had to be put down and failing to look after the animals' welfare.

Castlewellan Make Up Artist Petitions Against Executive

Beauty artist Emma McLaughlin from Castlewellan is petitioning against the NI Executive's decision to close hairdressers and beauty salons due to the increase in Covid-19 cases.

Brown Presses For Parking Spaces For Shrigley Residents

Alliance councillor pushes for essential car parking in Shrigley. Rowallane Alliance councillor Patrick Brown is calling for the Department...

South Eastern Trust Amend Urgent Care Phone Number

Down News has established that a telephone number advertised on an electronic notice board at the Belfast Road roundabout by the South...

New Winter Programme Launched By Swann And Poots

Ministers Poots and Swann Launch Rural Support’s New Winter Programme Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots and Health Minister Robin Swann...

Council Says Stocking Of Quoile River Is DAERA’s Job

Newry Mourne and Down Council decide not to stock the River Quoile but they are to write to DAERA asking for their input after a motion by Alliance Councillor Patrick Brown.

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