Newtownards


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Newtownards

(nyo͞otənärdz`), town (1991 pop. 20,531), Ards dist., E Northern Ireland, near the head of Strangford Lough. There are textile and other industries in Newtownards. The ruins of a Dominican monastery, founded in 1244 by Walter de Burgh, earl of Ulster, are there.
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Wright Recycling Limited was today fined Au6,000 at Newtownards Magistrates Court for breaches of waste management legislation.
LICENSING (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 1996 (Articles 2, 5(1)(b), 7, 9 and Schedule 1) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROVISIONAL GRANT OF LICENCE FOR PREMISES IN WHICH THE BUSINESS CARRIED ON UNDER THE LICENCE IS THE BUSINESS OF SELLING INTOXICATING LIQUOR BY RETAIL FOR CONSUMPTION OFF THE PREMISES IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE DIVISION OF ARDS TAKE NOTICE that we, PHILIP RUSSELL LIMITED whose registered office is situate at Alanbrooke Road, Castlereagh Industrial Estate, Belfast BT6 9PR intend to apply to the County Court sitting at Newtownards Courthouse, Regent Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4LP for the above Division commencing at 10.
But Judge Piers Grant adjourned the hearing at Newtownards Crown Court until Friday after being told the defendant was in poor health.
Several petrol bombs were also hurled during disturbances in the Lower Newtownards Road area.
Police were attacked by rioters throwing heavy masonry as they tried to separate rival factions at a flashpoint between loyalist and republican areas on the Newtownards Road.
Police in Newtownards are appealing for information following the criminal damage that was madein the Crepe Weavers Industrial Estate in the town's Comber Road during the early hours of Saturday morning (April 30).
The stores are situated from Newtownards in Northern Ireland to Bexhill on England's southern coast, with 20 of them in London.
Scott scored 78, 76 and 79 on the par 74 Newtownards course in Ulster in a tournament plagued by saturated greens and weather delays.
The Northern Irish stores of Newtownards and Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, together with Biggin Hill in Kent and Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire, have the poorest demographic fits to the Simply Food ethos.
Lyndsey McDade, aged 15, was last seen at William Street in Newtownards on Friday morning at around 10am.
Jameson Lockhart, aged in his late twenties, was sitting in the cab of a lorry on the lower Newtownards Road at 10.
Monday night's trouble was again centred on the Lower Newtownards Road, where Protestants clashed with Catholics living in the adjacent Short Strand enclave.