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Jobs figures back up growing optimism in Cookstown
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster is pictured in Cookstown CDE Global MD Brendan McGurgan when she announced a i 1 23million investment by the Cookstown company CDE Global, which is creating 50 new jobs.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Metal theft drops by almost a third across Mid-Ulster
According to latest figures obtained by the MAIL from the PSNI, metal crime across F District which also includes Dungannon and Omagh, the number of metal thefts have decreased.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Coroner at inquest of young Dungannon woman says taking drugs like playing 'Russian roulette'
Young Dungannon woman Alice Devlin was killed by a drug that may also have claimed the lives of 19 others across Northern Ireland, an inquest has heard.
Cookstown Primary School gets additional nursery places
Holy Trinity Primary School pupils Aoife and Asling captured at the "Fun Maths" Day held on Monday morning of this week organised by the Business Education Partnership and delivered by Senatus.INMM1014-381SR The Department of Education has announced that 26 additional nursery places will be made available in Holy Trinity Primary School Cookstown ... (more)
Keane to perform at the Brantry Fleadh
Lord Mayor of Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council, Cllr Roger Burton, offically launches the Brantry Fleadh 2014 under the watchful eye of Cathal Hayden, Fiddle player with the Mairtin O'Connor Trio and Fleadh compere Gino Lupari from the group Four Men and a Dog.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Police crack down on metal thefts across Dungannon district
The number of metal thefts in Dungannon and South Tyrone has fallen by around 40% in the last 12 months.
A 3.1m bill for Dungannon's crumbling classrooms
A total of 3.1million has been spent on repairing ageing school buildings in the Dungannon District over the past five years.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Can a A 10k waterslide save Dungannon's foundering shops?
Dungannon District Council are planning the purchase of a 10,000 water slide to ease the "confusion and negativity" surrounding the town's public realm scheme.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Dungannon Councillor angry with police over statistics
Councillor Nuala Donnelly has hit out at police for their repeated failure to provide her with crime statistics she said she first requested in April.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
The Twelfth: Huge numbers turn out in Dungannon
Grand Master Edward Stevenson was clearly delighted and buoyed by the huge numbers of supporters who attended the Twelfth in Dungannon.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
'Hardest working staff' in NI take strike action
Up to a hundred Dungannon public sector workers are taking strike action today in protest at a range of issues including pay and pensions.
UK: Marfrig set to expand European arm Moy Park
Brazil-based meat giant Marfrig is to pump GBP170m into its Moy Park business in Northern Ireland, including adding new processing lines and setting up an innovation centre.
Cookstown woman's head shave raises A 3,500 for Alzheimer's
Gillian Clarke, Community Fundraiser Alzheimer s Society receives i 1 23550 cheque from Gemma Wylie and Daphne Wylie, raised through a sponsored head shave.
Dungannon Mars bars theft case - PE date due soon
A DATE for progressing the case of a Coalisland man accused of stealing two Mars bars to trial stage, is expected soon, Dungannon Magistrates Court has heard.
Travel arrangements for Co. Tyrone twelfth demonstrations
The PSNI have issued a number of traffic and travel arrangements for the annual twelfth of July celebrations this weekend.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Highest viewing platform in Ulster to crown concert hall
Hugh O'Neill would be seething with jealousy to learn that the castle towers he built to symbolise his hold over Ulster will soon be dwarfed by a new concert hall with dizzying viewing platforms offering the most panoramic views of the Ulster countryside from land.
Dungannon Council launch clampdown against racists
Dungannon District Council is introducing a motion calling for zero tolerance to be shown towards racism, after sinister graffiti claiming that "leasing property to foreign nationals will not be tolerated" appeared in Moygashel.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Frustration over proposed parking enforcement for Coalisland
Councillor Donnelly stated: "When the Parking issue was raised earlier this year, Sinn Fein had a pro active response to the proposed restrictions and introduction of enforcement measures.
A 51k funding boost for Moygashel community group
Pictured at the International Fund for Ireland at the meeting in Dundalk, County Louth, are Board Members: : Winston Patterson; Rosemary Farrell; David Graham; Billy Gamble; Siobhan Fitzpatrick; Dr Adrian Johnston, Chairman of the Fund; and Dorothy Clarke.