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Landlords shell out A 2.7M on empty houses
DUNGANNON landlords are amongst the hardest hit financially in Northern Ireland after they were forced to pay out A 2.7M in rates for empty properties.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Welsh office can't print driving licenses in Irish
DUNGANNON folk can't have their Irish names printed on their driving licenses because the machine in Swansea that does it, can't print fadas.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Beauty spots among top dogging sites
SOME of Dungannon District's most popular beauty spots and family locations are being targeted by seedy strangers to go 'dogging'.
Farewell to mast on Hill?
FOR decades it has been an unwanted landmark on the Dungannon skyline bristling with communication antennae but moves are now afoot to turn it into a tourist attraction.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Digging for the IRA Disappeared: Moors Murders police officer searching peat bog for victims
On a remote hillside, a quarter of a mile inside the Irish Republic, diggers are scraping at peat in pouring rain.
Murdured RUC officers remembered
The RUC GC Foundation has declared the first Sunday in June each year to be "Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Day".
Mon Jun 03, 2013
2.2m expansion may create 10 jobs
Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has announced a 2.2 million expansion by Greiner Packaging Ltd at Dungannon that plans to create 10 new jobs.
Armed robber wearing pink balaclava targets Dungannon shop
A SHOPKEEPER was left badly shaken after a robber armed with a knife and wearing a pink balaclava targeted a store in Dungannon on Sunday.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Murdered RUC officers remembered
Some 312 members of the RUC were killed in terrorist attacks, 302 of these murders happened between 1969 and 1998 representing nine per cent of the deaths due to the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Wed May 29, 2013
Pioneering Tyrone school is fuelled by refuse
THE first school in Ireland or the UK to use waste packaging to produce free heating has been launched in Co Tyrone.
119 homes repossessed
A TOTAL of 119 homes have been repossessed by banks and building societies across Mid-Ulster and Tyrone in the past year, it has been revealed, leading to urgent calls for new measures to protect indebted households.
crowded crumbling classrooms
LOCAL schools are the most overcrowded in Northern Ireland, with just over one hundred mobile classrooms popping up on their grounds in the past four years.
Mon May 27, 2013
Not a single parking ticket' issued in Coalisland
Information released in reponse to a question by DUP MLA Lord Morrow, revealed that no parking penalities were issued in Coalisland, while Fivemiletown had more than 200 from 2010 to 2012.
Sat May 25, 2013
This Is Money
Unpaid firms get 50m by selling off invoices
More than 50million has been raised by small businesses auctioning unpaid invoices through online platform MarketInvoice in just over two years.
Fri May 24, 2013
Fans queue overnight for 1D tickets
As tickets are due to go on sale for One Direction's 2014 tour, some young fans are queuing overnight to ensure they will be at the Croke Park concert in Dublin.