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Dungannon Council 'ready to fight' closure of Loane House
COUNCILLORS in Dungannon have voted unanimously in support of a proposal calling on the Health Minister to ensure the Loane House facility for elderly and vulnerable members of the community, is allowed to remain open.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Moy Cycling Club gearing up for Giro
A MOY cycling club is gearing up for a hectic schedule of events, as they prepare to host a delegation of visitors from Italy during the forthcoming Giro d'Italia.
Awards success for Coalisland Order of Malta
Cadets from the Coalisland unit of the Order of Malta achieved great success recently when they entered the Regional First Aid competition.
Dungannon man jailed for 12 months for racist attack
A Dungannon man who smashed the window of his neighbour's house in what police described as a 'racially motivated' attack has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.
Arrest following 'deliberate' fire in Stewartstown
Shortly before 8.40pm, on Monday 14th April police received a report that a fire had started in a flat in the area of The Square, Stewartstown.
Concern after major Dungannon fish kill
The environment minister has expressed concern after around 1,000 fish were killed in a pollution incident in Co Tyrone.
South West College now among UK's elite
South West College is celebrating joining the educational elite after a team of education inspectors placed it in the top four best-performing colleges in the UK.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Coalisland church attack condemned
AN attack on the Church of the Holy Family in Coalisland, in which three windows were smashed, has been condemned by local SDLP representative, Malachy Quinn, who urged those responsible to "wise up".
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Mental Health plight of young people in Mid-Ulster
Pictured at the launch of the Young Minds Matter conference are Pearse McAleer, chairman of Cookstown District Council and Joanne Lucas, campus manager of the South West College in Cookstown.
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.
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.