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The daughter of an 83-year-old care home resident has spoken of her mother's delight at news of a surprise reprieve for Rosedale.
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The Tattymoyle Road between Fintona and Tempo was also closed while Army experts were called to examine the vehicle and its contents.
Health Minister Edwin Poots today gave residents and staff of Westlands home in Cookstown the good news that the home will remain open.
An Irish republican accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bomb atrocity was sought by police for five years, Belfast High Court has heard.
Two police officers, one of which was stationed at Cookstown PSNI station, accused of perverting the course of justice have been refused anonymity orders.
Co Tyrone pop singer Ryan Dolan has used his experiences as a young gay man growing up in the town of Strabane to help others who may find themselves in similar situations.
"We will never give in to terrorism or violence." How often have we heard such statements from our political leaders? Especially after any terrorist atrocity.
Two police officers have lost an application for anonymity in a case where they are accused of trying to pervert the course of justice.
Speed limits of 20mph could be introduced across the majority of roads in Dungannon town and neighbouring villages under an ambitious proposal being considered by Dungannon District Council.
A CHESHIRE police chief has said an arrest over the Omagh bombing is 'of interest' and forces will continue to share relevant information.
A LOCAL priest says parishioners in Coalisland have been left "saddened" after vandals smashed windows at a church in the town.
Calling all cyclists - are you up for a challenge? Are you in a club/group or just enjoy cycling to keep fit.
Gerry McGeough was convicted in February 2011 but was released after serving less than two years of his 20-year sentence A former IRA man who was convicted of trying to murder a soldier more than 30 years ago has been granted leave to appeal to the UK's highest court.
The business people in the A29 area find they are being adversely affected by the slow service and are only achieving speeds of around 1MB.