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Cookstown man denies assault and damaging toaster and front door
Richard Michael Martin Purvis, 33, from James Street, is alleged to have damaged a toaster and front door belonging to a man who he is also accused of assaulting on September 22. District Judge John Meehan fixed the contest date on April 28 before adjourning the case to reappear at Dungannon Courthouse on April 11.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Cookstown man admits disorderly charge after street fight
Joseph Eamonn Patrick Curran, 26, from Greenvale Drive, admitted the charge at East Tyrone Magistrate's Court on Friday last.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Mid Ulster a major hotspot for copper thieves cutting down electic poles
The Mid-Ulster area has become a hotspot for metal thieves as NIE have reported that over half of all incidents in the last 12 months, occurred in Mid-Ulster.
Families call for justice 25 years after Coagh IRA killings
The family of one of three men gunned down by the IRA 25 years ago today in Co Tyrone says his family are still desperate to get answers and justice.
Video: Cookstown missionary Maud Kells on her return from DR Congo
Cookstown missionary Maud Kells has been reflecting upong the past six months in the Democratic Republic of Congo which has been a prosperous time for the mission station.
Almost 1,000 self-harm cases at Antrim A&E
There have been almost 1,000 cases of self-harm presented at Antrim Emergency Department in the last 12 months.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Obesity death toll lowest in Mid Ulster
For the fifth year running, the Mid-Ulster area has reported the lowest rate of death from obesity in Northern Ireland.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
RBL Women's Section
On Friday 21st March, the Women's Section of the Cookstown R.B.L are holding their annual dance.
Woman charged over Black murder alibi
A woman has appeared in court charged with perverting the course of justice by providing a false alibi for a suspect in the murder investigation of prison officer David Black.
A 1 million to ease pressure on Dungannon schools
OVER 1million is set to be invested in six Dungannon District schools to ease pressures on the local educational system.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
More 'welfare cases' opened across SELB than in Belfast
More children have been referred to education welfare officers under the Southern Education and Library Board , than any other ELB area since 2009.
Residents imprisoned in homes for second time after another incident at Dale Farm, Cookstown
For the second time in just three months pensioners and families living in the shadow of Dale Farm became prisoners in their own homes, after an incident at the milk plant.
Seamus Heaney fable translations on BBC
Five Fables will be screened on BBC Two Northern Ireland, having been been brought into the 21st century as enchanting animated tales.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Parking chaos outside Coalisland school
A MEETING has been sought with Roads Service to find a solution to what has been termed "traffic chaos" outside Primate Dixon Primary School in Coalisland.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Dungannon Rotary Bikes for Africa appeal a huge success
Dungannon Rotary Club launched an appeal in 2008 for unwanted bikes to be donated as part of their Jole Ryder Bikes 4 Africa Project, and the response has been phenomenal.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Give my Head Peace live: find out where and when
This March Ma, Da, Uncle Andy and the rest of the gang will be hitting the road with their unmissable and hilarious brand new show Give My Head Peace Live.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Cookstown family 'overwhelmed' by response to bone marrow appeal
The family of two-year-old Charlie Craig have said they are 'overwhelmed' by the support from the public since the MAIL highlighted Charlie's urgent need for a bone marrow donor.
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Quebec's De Temps Antan learned much by putting itself on the spot
So when, late last year, the members of Quebec folk power trio De Temps Antan recorded Ce Monde Ici-bas , they deliberately set themselves the challenge of working out the arrangements on the spot and under pressure, to ride the swell of their collaborative energy.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Irish Churches Peace Project hosted by Coalisland clergy
A PIONEERING event bringing together clergy from the area to explore how the Troubles have impacted them is currently underway at Brackaville Parish Church in Coalisland.
Major slurry spillage into Tyrone river
An extensive spillage of slurry, estimated to be over of 400,000 gallons, has occurred into a tributary of the Ballinderry River near Cookstown.