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Missed-out Ardboe residents will finally get a brown bin

Environment
Police stop a van selling goods in Coalisland

Licence needed for door-to-door peddling warn police

Crime
First Trust Cookstown

Mid Ulster bank closures a 'blow to the staff concerned'

Business
Outstanding electricity outages caused by storm Doris. NIE & Google

Mid Ulster homes left without power since this morning

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First Trust Bank to shut Cookstown and Magherafelt branches

Business

Storm Doris brings havoc to Mid Ulster's roads

News

Met Office issues severe weather warning for ice

News

‘Can you hear me?’ – Northern Ireland people warned to hang up on new phone scam

News
Storm Doris has been reclassified by the Met Office.

Storm Doris now a WEATHER BOMB

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Police

Van fire on Dungannon bound roundabout of M12 cleared

News 1

Work postponed on main road to Belfast International Airport

Transport
Walter Cuddy

Footfall in Milltown too low for crossing

Transport

'Boy racers' put through surprise night-time MOT by police and DVA

Crime 1
Blue badge

Minister seeks to 'make life easier' for Blue Badge holders with life-long mobility issues

News 2

Licence needed for door-to-door peddling warn police

Crime
Money

Moortown man convicted of £21k benefit fraud

Crime
Court

Tyrone car trader sold clocked cars with fake service histories

Crime
Dungannon Courthouse

‘This lady obviously plays the game’ says Dungannon judge

Crime

Kathryn shocked by attacks on immigrants

News

Get engineering careers fair

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Kilross PS pupils with author Claire Savage and principal, Mrs Crossett

Magherafelt author unveils ‘magical’ new children’s book

Education

Tyrone students test their wits in All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad

Education
Police and paramedics help drunk teen in Cookstown

Despite ‘increasing teen drinking problems’ funding cuts end vital outreach work on issue

Crime

Mid Ulster bank closures a 'blow to the staff concerned'

Business

First Trust Bank to shut Cookstown and Magherafelt branches

Business

Learn how to make the WEB work

News
Houses

Mid Ulster house prices jump almost 15% despite overall downward trend

Business

RHI scandal: ‘Ridiculous’ lack of clarity over Green Party request

News
DUP leader Arlene Foster

RHI scandal: Foster denies official’s claim she delayed cost controls

News 1
Michelle O'Neill at the 25th anniversary commemoration of four IRA men shot dead by the SAS in an ambush in Clonoe

'Everyone has the right to remember their dead in a respectful manner' - O'Neill

News

Registration to vote in Assembly elections closes at 5pm today

News
More flags have been put up to replace the 'unauthorised' Union flag pole in Magherafelt

More Union flags go up in Cookstown and Magherafelt

News 1

Missed-out Ardboe residents will finally get a brown bin

Environment
DUP leader Arlene Foster

RHI scandal: Foster denies official’s claim she delayed cost controls

News 1
Court

Tyrone car breaker fined £15k on third waste offence conviction

Environment
Wild swans grazing near Lough Beg

'Strict bio-security' measures needed after second 'bird flu' death at Lough Beg

Environment

Tyrone GAA star changing sides for a good cause

Health

Epilepsy Action Group meeting in Cookstown

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Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug.

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health
Marks & Spencer Northern Ireland has revealed a new partnership with leading heart charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), an organisation who aim to prevent young sudden cardiac deaths through awareness, screening and research, as well offering specialist support to affected families and young people. The development comes after M&S Newtownbreda Foodhall Manager, Matthew Thompson, tragically died from a previously undiagnosed heart condition while jogging on the Lagan Towpath in June last year. Pictured are Lauren McCaughtry, Matthew's partner and fellow M&S employee, and M&S Head of Region, Ryan Lemon, as they announce the partnership.

M&S announce partnership with heart charity CRY

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Experts have discovered a link between fizzy drinks and liver disease.

Fizzy drinks spark liver disease warning

Health