In this week's Newry Democrat preview...
The Diocese of Dromore has told The Newry Democrat that it welcomes the call of Kevin Winters "to do the right thing" in relation to the victims of Malachy Finnegan.
A1 series: The Newry Democrat can reveal that the proposed A1 upgrades will not be finished for at least five years. We speak to the DfI's Southern Divisional Roads Manager, Simon Richardson, about the upgrades and what the Department is currently doing to improve safety on the A1. We also get the reaction of Monica Heaney to the length of time the safety upgrades will take.
Newry woman Rita Bentley's road safety work is recognised with award.
Brexit: Newry business leaders backing Brexit deal.
We have two pages of pictures from this year's Santa Run!
Hill Street traders rage over council decision to close car parking spaces ahead of the Christmas lights switch on.
Football: Warrenpoint Town grab huge win at home to Coleraine, while Newry City were left fuming after a number of refereeing decisions went against them in their loss to Ballymena United.
Cycling: Newry Wheeler wins Coach of the Year award.
Carnbane: Cleary Celtic sitting pretty at the top.
GAA: Armagh county award photos.
Futsal: Newry to host Home Nation Championships.
All this and much, much more in this week's Newry Democrat!