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Bessbrook councillor John Feehan has been elected Newry and Mourne’s mayor for 2009, promising to dedicate himself to the economic revitalisation of the district.

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 Sunday 21st June saw Southern Area Hospice host the live Semi Final of Hospice X Factor 2009. 

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Southern Area Hospice Services is celebrating 20 years of Hospice care in the community. To mark this milestone, we are inviting everyone to participate in the inaugural Hospice Midnight Walk on Saturday 22nd August 2009.

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Newry’s ‘Party on Down’ Concert will be held at Pairc Esler on Sunday 30th August 2009 with the Motto "A place where everyone is welcome –Family fun for all!"

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The Newry Rainbow Community is hoping they have the formula for success at the Mr Gay Ireland Contest 2010 after selecting science graduate, Blaine Whitley as this year’s Mr Gay Newry.

The Passion monthly gay night at the Brass Monkey was filled to capacity for the regional heat, now the social highlight of the city’s gay calendar on Saturday night.

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Graeme McAllister

Graeme Mc Allister is a practicing artist and designer based in the city of Newry in Northern Ireland.

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Danny Harte

Bessbrook based photographer Danny Harte is able to present the beauty of this part of his country, and beyond.

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If you haven’t booked your place at Newry’s innovative and most exciting event then you better hurry as tickets are selling fast.

Organisers are pleased to confirm they are in the final preparation stages of Newry’s All New ‘Party on Down’ Concert, which is due to take place at the magnificent Pairc Esler on Sunday 30th August 2009.

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The Organisers of the Party On Down Concert which is being held at Park Esler on Sunday 30th August 2009 are pleased to announce that tickets will be made available to Community Associations in each of the four Council areas at a reduced rate of £7.50 each (Terrace-Standing)

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