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Tyrone footballer Sean Hackett acquitted of father's murder, convicted of manslaughter
Sean Hackett who shot his 60-year-old father Aloysius 'Wishie' Hackett, has been acquitted of murder, but convicted of manslaughter, by reason of 'diminished responsibility'.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Closing arguments made in murder trial
The Hackett murder trial is one of the most extraordinary cases ever to have reached a criminal court, a Dungannon jury has heard during closing submissions.
Sandvik's Dungannon relocation set to create 150 factory positions
More than 150 manufacturing jobs have been moved to Sandvik in the Dungannon District, as the Swedish company shifts production from a site in England.
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.
A 105K road works to start in Dungannon
Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy announced the start of a 105,000 major resurfacing scheme today on Quarry Lane, Dungannon.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Mickey Harte gives Hackett evidence
Tyrone's Gaelic Football team manager Mickey Harte has given evidence to the Hackett murder trial in Dungannon Crown Court.
Irish Churches Peace project in Coalisland
A PIONEERING event bringing together clergy from the area to explore how the Troubles have impacted them took place at Brackaville Parish Church 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
Heaven story 'cover-up' by GAA star
Sean Hackett, the Co Tyrone teenager accused of murdering his father, told a psychiatrist that his claims of wanting to send a parent to heaven were an excuse and "a good cover-up", the trial has heard.
Dungannon PSNI issue warning as 15 cars had valuables on display
During a beat of Dungannon town centre, officers noted 15 cars with valuables left on display, police will now be writing out to these owners to ask them to be more careful in the future and to get them to help themselves and take the necessary steps to prevent becoming a victim of crime.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Remembering Dungannon District Council: The people's politician who transformed Coalisland
Jim Canning Chairman of the Lough Neagh partnership pictured with Lisburn Deputy Mayor Jim Tynsley and The Mayor of Antrim is Sam Dunlop launching Irish Country Lifestyle Festival which will be held at Shane s Castle in Antrim on the 16 and 17 June.
Remembering Dungannon District Council: Power-sharing 'broke the mould'
Dungannon District Council is entering its final year of existence, marking the end of an era in local government.
Teen 'killed dad to alleviate depression'
Sean Hackett, the Tyrone teenager accused of murdering his father, killed his dad in order to alleviate his own depression and send his father to heaven to watch over him, the court has heard.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Former police officers face charges
The charges involve Mr McMahon allegedly removing contents from a locker belonging to Mr Ellis from Cookstown PSNI station in July 2012.
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.
Cookstown smokers urged to stub it out
British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland, the Public Health Agency and Cancer Focus Northern Ireland are today urging Cookstown smokers to get the support of local stop smoking services to help them quit on this year's No Smoking Day on 12th March.
20% rise in Dungannon diabetes cases
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the Dungannon District has reached record levels increasing from 1,930 to 2,313 in the past five years, a jump of almost 20 percent.
Asbestos still present in '60 schools'
Around 60 schools in Mid-Ulster have been found to contain asbestos despite the threat to health and the link to serious illnesses.
GAA star Sean Hackett admits killing father, but denies murder
Gaelic footballer Sean Hackett pictured with Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte and his solicitor attending his father's funeral last year.