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Janice Igoe
· June 8, 2017
Thanks to Rory Geary and the northern standard for fantastic write up this week. Had a blast in the market house !!
Geraldine Lynch
· November 4, 2016
Hi I have a subscription with you and cant get the latest edition of the paper 03/11,its still showing the 27/10 and ny subscription is until 24/12...
Lucy Bigger
· July 30, 2016
This pitiful newspaper are deleting all of their negative reviews. Cowardly little non journalists playing on Facebook to cover themselves and their mundane, exaggerated stories. PATHETIC.
Peadar McKenna
· May 13, 2016
I buy the weekly Issue of THE NORTHERN STANDARD in Luton Bedfordshire, from Gerry Taylor's Grocer/Butcher Shop, Calverton Road, Limbury Meade. Luton for many years. Being a native of Clontibret, I rea...d the Clontibret News First. The reports from around the villages in County Monaghan are interesting See More
Sonia Darling
· July 30, 2016
This has to be the worst paper I have read! Boring to say the least...
Bonnie Kells
· July 31, 2016
Very Backwards and Draconian. Not up with the current times at all.
Debbie Campbell
· July 30, 2016
I think its shameful when a media outlet uses its platform to deliver exaggerated and sensationalized articles to the public, about what are, ultimately, non-stories.
Jenna Reid
· July 30, 2016
This paper is slanderous. The articles are boring and its clear that these 'journalists' have very little to talk about in their writing.
Michael Buchanan
· July 30, 2016
This paper does not investigate stories in full. Very poor.
Lyndsey Hogarth
· July 30, 2016
Slanderous tripe. Clearly have nothing better to write about.
Monaghan’s three-game winning run in the Allianz National Football League came to an end against unbeaten Galway at Pearse Stadium last Sunday.
Donegal need a change in fortunes as they travel to Monaghan for the penultimate round of the Allianz National Football League Division One this Sunday. Monaghan go into round six still in third place, despite their three-game winning run ending with a loss to unbeaten Galway in Salthill last Sunday...
A funded cross-Border project has been launched in response to the increase in numbers of people with mental health problems. Over the next four years, the large-scale cross-Border Innovation Recovery project offers an unprecedented opportunity to empower and enable people and communities to take gr...
A group of pupils from Fifth and Sixth classes in Urbleshanny National School in Scotstown have entered a project in the Eco UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards.
A major fund-raising event is taking place in Monaghan’s Hillgrove Hotel on Friday, March 23 next in support of the Anne Marie Leonard Trust.
An Garda Síochána together with Monaghan Co Council’s Road Safety Officer have appealed to the public and motorists to be mindful of the dangers of drink driving over the coming St Patrick’s Day weekend.
Four-year-old Dáire Gorman will be the most important citizen in Monaghan Town this Saturday. The youngster has taken on the role of Grand Marshall for the county town’s celebration of the national feast day – and will be the first occupant of the role to wear a newly designed sash for that off...
EirGrid has spent over €1.06 million in indirect costs for the North South interconnector. The Northern Standard can reveal exclusively that this total has been spent on items such as advertising and sponsorship in local media. The company also produced publications and other items for the plannin...
Spring has definitely sprung and the disrupted NFL season, en bloc, looks likely to be resurrected this weekend but how much wiser will we be come Sunday evening? More to the point, how much wiser will the various managers be? By now, the realisation will have dawned on most of the rookies who were....
Storm Emma caused Monaghan’s trip to Galway to be postponed last weekend, but the meeting of two of the Allianz National Football League Division One’s high-flying teams goes ahead this Sunday. In pre-season, few would have foreseen this clash at Pearse Stadium as being between two of the divisi...
The exact number of border crossings between the Republic including Co. Monaghan and Northern Ireland is being examined in a joint exercise by civil servants from both jurisdictions. As discussions continue on the arrangements that will be needed following British withdrawal from the EU, it emerged....
The widespread public praise for the efforts of local authority personnel and members of the Fire Brigade, Civil Defence and allied emergency services to mitigate the impact on Co Monaghan of the severe winter weather conditions of last week was reflected in comments made at Monday’s meeting of Mo...
Council are appealing to people to conserve water to ensure a consistent supply to all consumers. Irish Water said this week that consumption levels in Co Monaghan have risen dramatically in the aftermath of last week’s severe weather event. “Usage levels are being monitored consistently to ensu...
While the numbers involved in the suckler sphere of Co Monaghan agricultural production were holding steady at the present time, a significant withdrawal from the sector could be imminent if national trends were reproduced here, it was stated by Fianna Fáil’s Pádraig McNally at Monday’s meetin...
LOCAL MEP Matt Carthy engaged in hour-long top-level talks this week on the uncertain implications of Brexit for the Border region, including Co. Monaghan, pending the forthcoming withdrawal of Britain from the EU. The Carrickmacross-based Sinn Fein MEP had the discussions in Brussels with Michel Ba...
Developers of a proposed wind farm in the Errigal Truagh area of north Monaghan that was refused planning permission in January by Monaghan County Council have appealed the decision to An Bord Pleanála. Council planners turned down the application because it did not include a suitable survey of hen...