Thursday Dec 5
Strong winds bring disruption to NI
Northern Ireland Electricity has said about 1,400 customers are without power after strong winds caused disruption to supplies.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New police college moves step closer
The long-awaited A 130m police, fire and prison training college project in County Tyrone has moved a step closer with the appointment of a contractor.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
TUV conference: Ann's Law one of biggest wins for victims
The passing of legislation barring anyone with a serious criminal conviction from holding a top job at Stormont was one of the major victories of the year, Jim Allister has claimed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Former Magherafelt Post Office gets facelift
The scaffolding came down yesterday on the building - now the Royal Mail sorting office - is also celebrating its 50th anniversary having opened in November 1963.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
House sales rise but 850 waiting on social housing in Magherafelt and Cookstown
AT a time when the number of houses being sold in Northern Ireland is at its highest level since the boom six years ago, calls were made at a public meeting in Magherafelt for more social housing in Mid-Ulster.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Moy Park photo triggers journey to find camera owner in Cookstown
THEY say a picture is worth a thousand words, and in this case of a lost camera, a photo taken in Cookstown triggered a journey which saw the camera returned to its rightful owner.
SDLP representatives condemn attack on man in Coalisland Grotto
COALISLAND SDLP representative Malachy Quinn and local Councillor Jim Cavanagh have condemned an attack on a man at St Mary & St Joseph's Church over the weekend that left him needing hospital treatment.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Video: Stage set for inaugural Cookstown Young People's Awards
The inaugural Credit Union Young People's Awards will take place at the Glenavon Hotel in the town, with accolades for young carers, volunteers, artists, heroes, charity fundraisers, entrepreneurs, and youth workers all up for grabs.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Cookstown man stole 47-inch TV from house while occupant slept
A DISTRICT Judge has warned a Cookstown man that he could end up serving between 15 and 18 months in custody.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Video: Stark warning that 'One punch can kill'
THE dangers of getting into fights have been laid bare in stark film from the PSNI entitled 'One Punch Can Kill'.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
New Mid Ulster family support group for kids with heart condition
Families of children affected by congenital heart disease are invited to the first Mid Ulster family support group in Cookstown on Saturday 30th November at 11am.
Desertmartin Primary School marks its 125th milestone
FORMER pupils of Desertmartin Primary School and their families are invited to an informal, fun evening in the Bridewell, Magherafelt, on Friday In December, the school, in its present location, will have been serving the families in the village and surrounding area for over a century.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
David Black's killer from Coalisland - source claims in newspaper report
According to a report in the Sunday Times, a leading dissident from Coalisland is being blamed for the killing of the 52-year-old father of two from Cookstown.
Building 'facelift' scheme gets going in Cookstown
WORK has just begun on phase one of the Cookstown Dereliction scheme that will see some run-down buildings given a makeover.
Cookstown's third foodbank on the cards
Representatives from Antioach Store House Foodbank, St. Vincent de Paul Foodbank, Cookstown, 040, Women's Aid, Gold Partnership, Volunteer Bureau, Rural Community Network, Irish Churches Peace Project, Cookstown Churches Forum and local clergy, pictured in Cookstown Town Centre as they promote the Foodbanks of Antioach Store House, Cookstown and ... (more)
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Dungannon Cllr swaps classroom for council chamber
AS a fluent Irish speaker who has recently taken steps to embrace the Ulster Scots language, a newly appointed councillor for Dungannon Town hopes the local community will see her as someone who is "approachable" and committed to the needs of all her constituents.
Stewartstown singer's 'big break' on TG4 talent show
STEWARTSTOWN musician Barry Devlin, is hoping for success as he takes part in the next series of singing competition Glor Tire on TG4.
Cookstown to do their bit for Philippines
COOKSTOWN Enterprise Centre are preparing a charity coffee morning to help those in the Philippines following the devastating impact of the typhoon which hit the country just over a week ago.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Mid Ulster MLA offers work placement to tackle youth unemployment
A MID Ulster assembly member is offering a one-month work placement position, as part of an initiative to tackle youth unemployment.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Dungannon arrests after fake notes used to buy toys
On Saturday, 9 November, police received a report of counterfeit A 20 Ulster Bank notes being passed by a male customer at a toy store in Damolly Retail Park.