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Overend 'delighted' by Westlands news
Ulster Unionist Party Assembly Member for Mid-Ulster, Sandra Overend, has welcomed the news that the Westlands Care Home in Cookstown is to remain open, following a lengthy fight with the Health Minister.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Police officers accused over Cookstown incident refused anonymity
Two police officers, one of which was stationed at Cookstown PSNI station, accused of perverting the course of justice have been refused anonymity orders.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Final decision due in June
Over a thousand local people have added their signatures to the campaign to save a popular elderly unit at South Tyrone Hospital.
20mph speed limit plan for Dungannon town
Speed limits of 20mph could be introduced across the majority of roads in Dungannon town and neighbouring villages under an ambitious proposal being considered by Dungannon District Council.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Parishioners 'saddened' after attack on Coalisland church
A LOCAL priest says parishioners in Coalisland have been left "saddened" after vandals smashed windows at a church in the town.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Man Remanded Over Omagh Bombing Atrocity
A man charged with the murders of 29 people in the Omagh bomb 16 years ago has been remanded in custody.
Dungannon woman escapes jail over property scam
A Co Tyrone woman walked free from court with a suspended prison sentence after she admitted fleecing speculators and investors in the Spanish property market out of 200,000.
Former Tyrone footballer faces badger baiting charge
DUNGANNON man and former Tyrone GAA star, Gerard Cavlan, has appeared before the local Magistrates Court on a charge of interfering with a badger sett.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Real IRA man charged with 29 Omagh bomb murders
An Irish Republican Army veteran was charged Thursday with 29 murders over the 1998 car bomb attack on Omagh, the deadliest bombing of the entire Northern Ireland conflict.
TV licence concession for sight-impaired in Dungannon
Anybody in Dungannon who is severely sight-impaired , or lives with someone who is, should make sure they are claiming their 50 per cent reduction in the cost of their annual TV Licence, TV Licensing have said.
Third time lucky for KFC in Cookstown?
Plans for a new drive-thru restaurant in Cookstown have been hit by further delays, as the application as now been deferred, pending the outcome of new information.
Beauty queen dreams as Nicole set for final
From L-R Jodie Brown Jen Wildes , Nicole Caldwell at the Open at Direct Insurance Miss Northern Ireland heat at McAleers, Dungannon on friday night Crowned "Miss McAleers's" and going through to this year's finals of the Open+Direct Miss Northern Ireland contest, is Nicole Caldwell from Banbridge, who has just made it through the recent Dungannon ... (more)
Wed Apr 09, 2014
PC gone mad? Parade airbrushed from Dungannon photo
It has come to the Tyrone Times attention that two of the town's most important social clubs have been airbrushed from a history commemoration.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Domestic violence a 'serious problem'
A judge has said domestic violence is a serious problem within our society where 'men are harassing women, bullying women and seeing them as possessions.'
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Dungannon council delivering on targets according to new report
A new report has revealed details of how Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council is measuring up in its last term before merging with Cookstown and Magherafelt in 2015.
Broadband problems plague Cookstown businesses
People from Cookstown who rely on their internet connection for business purposes, have been experiencing problems with their Broadband, it's been claimed.
'Great shame' as century old Fivemiletown plant to lose 50 jobs
THE community of the Clogher Valley has been dealt a major jobs blow after it was announced that the milk processing plant in Fivemiletown will most certainly close after more than a century in operation.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Peru Two prison move
DRUGS smuggler Michaella McCollum Connolly could be moved to a prison in Northern Ireland after her co-accused took a step towards coming back to the UK.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Cookstown man found urinating in children's play area
A Cookstown man who was found by police urinating in a children's play area has been fined at East Tyrone Magistrates Court.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
New Ardboe Credit Union ready for opening
The brand new state of the art Credit Union in Ardboe is preparing to opening its doors to the public.