Depression charity offering free support to people in Newry

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17 February 2017 17:17:40 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

AWARE – the national depression charity for Northern Ireland, is encouraging people in Newry and the surrounding area affected by depression or bipolar disorder to come to their group support meetings which could prove to be very helpful to them in coping with this illness. The Newry AWARE Group meets in Ballybot House on a Full article on Depression charity offering free support to people in Newry

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Letters to the Editor, ‘Concern Worldwide thanks people of Newry for support last year’

1.6118385 10 February 2017 11:18:50 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Dear Editor, On behalf of Concern Worldwide, I would like to thank the people of Newry for their kind support last year. 2016 was a challenging year – one in which climate change, conflict, migration and natural disasters dominated the headlines, and where every minute of every day, 24 people, mainly women and children, fled

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Good news for Newry passengers as Translink extend Free Returns offer

1.066021 10 January 2017 13:53:30 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Extension to the massive value Ulsterbus and Goldline travel deal is now available until 28th February 2017. Due to the popularity of the festive Free Returns offer, Translink have decided to extend the deal, easing financial pressures on customers following an expensive Christmas period. The extended offer provides day return travel for the price of

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Local charity brings Summer Mindfulness to the people of Newry

1.0522498 16 June 2016 14:14:57 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Local mental health charity, AWARE is hosting a 2 hour Mindfulness workshop at the Sean Holywood Arts Centre in Newry. The workshop taking place on Thursday 16th June from 7pm – 9pm will aim to give people a better understanding of what Mindfulness is. Participants will explore the ancient technique which is proven to improve

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Letters to the Editor, ‘Concern Worldwide thanks people of Newry for support’

0.95688945 25 February 2016 20:24:47 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Dear Editor, On behalf of Concern Worldwide, I would sincerely like to thank the readers of the Newry Times for your support during 2015. Last year, the people of Newry donated £204,027 to help us tackle hunger, poverty and injustice in some of the toughest places of the world. Every day, more than 3,000 Concern

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Charity offers free Holy Communion wear to families in need

0.93802714 23 February 2015 19:11:21 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish Sun.com

Schoolchildren from Ovens National School, Cork, model dresses and accessories donated to Cork Penny Dinners for their First Holy Communion Appeal. Pictured are Lisa Murphy, Lucy Dornan, ...

Vice All News Time23 February 2015 19:11:21


Free ‘People’s History’ course at Newry Museum

0.92425585 09 February 2015 17:57:04 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Newry and Mourne Museum is offering members of the public the opportunity to obtain an OCN Level 2 qualification whilst developing their skills and knowledge to carry out their own historical research, put together exhibitions and produce publications. The training is sponsored by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Department of Social Development and the EU’s Peace

Vice All News Time09 February 2015 17:57:04


Riviera developer offers lower density free land for Dublin schools in bid for support

0.9189604 12 November 2014 10:22:28 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish Sun.com

The Riviera Golf Club would become the home of 240 houses under a plan by Davidson Phillips. Developer Charlie Ruma hopes lowering the number of houses on the Riviera Golf Club site, coupled with a ...

Vice All News Time12 November 2014 10:22:28


25,000 people offered free benefit check

0.87405527 29 October 2014 19:06:57 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Social Development Minister, Mervyn Storey MLA, is writing to 25,000 people in Northern Ireland to offer them a free benefit check. Launching the initiative at a Belfast City Council ‘Winter Warmth Clinic’ Minister Storey explained that 25,000 people would be contacted directly to check if they were getting all the benefits they were entitled to.

Vice All News Time29 October 2014 19:06:57


Charities call on MLAs to ‘Keep on Supporting People’ in Newry

0.7658003 14 October 2014 14:46:07 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

A coalition of charities and voluntary organisations has called on the Northern Ireland Executive to strengthen a programme that helps vulnerable people in the Newry and Mourne area live as independently as possible. The Supporting People programme provides some 882 housing related support services to aid independent living and prevent problems that can result in

Vice All News Time14 October 2014 14:46:07


Local GAA Legend Offers Support To Charity

0.754841 23 September 2014 04:17:56 North County Leader

Former Dublin goalkeeper and double All Ireland winner, local man John O’Leary went up the hill for Jack Jill, literally, with his three-year-old son Tom on his shoulders. The hill was Hill 16 in Croke Park and this was a very special and personal photocall for John whose son Tom, who has a rare chromosomal disorder, is supported by the Jack Jill Children’s Foundation. According to John, this was a very emotional climb for him. He was cheered on by his wife Catherine and son Jack. The goal of the photocall was to promote the ‘Gala Up the Hill for Jack Jill’ campaign which is happening until the end of September, to help fill the E200,000 funding shortfall facing the Jack Jill Foundation in 2014. Tom was born with a heart condition called tertralogy of fallot and has a rare chromosomal disorder which means he is in need of constant care. He is described by his family as a bubbly, happy, little boy. John told the County Leader: “To take Tom up the hill for Jack Jill is a very special moment for me and for Catherine and his brother Jack. He is climbing his own hill every day and he does it with courage, determination, laughing and smiling all the way.” “Home is where he belongs where we can give him all the extra support he needs, but we couldn’t do it without the help of Jack Jill who give us the training, the confidence and the support to make this happen. I want to encourage as many people as possible to support this campaign,” he concluded.

Vice All News Time23 September 2014 04:17:56