Clady Plumbing Supplies acquired by leading company Bassetts

One of Mid-Ulster’s oldest established Plumbers Merchants, Clady Plumbing Supplies, has been acquired by Northern Ireland's largest plumbing and heating supplier, Bassetts.

The Great British Bake Off

As we pre-heat our ovens for the Bake Off final let's recap on who we've lost already

The Great British Bake Off Final

New advice could reduce cot death risk by 50 per cent.

Babies should share bedroom with parents - but in their own bed

Babies should sleep in the same rooms as their parents for the first year of their lives - but never in the same bed - as it reduces cot death by 50 per cent.
Danske Banks Ciaran McLaughlin with LCC Director Dan Loughran and Michael O Loughran at the companys oil terminal at Foyle Port, Lisahally

Cookstown firm buys Derry oil terminal in multi-million deal

Cookstown company LCC Group is now the sole-owner of a state-of-the-art oil terminal in Maydown, Co Derry, after buying out its Norwegian partners.
Keystone chief Sean Coyle speaks to Secretary of State, James Brokenshire

Cookstown company first manufacturer in NI to be praised in Chancellor’s Parliamentary Review

Cookstown’s Keystone Group has been honoured for its successes with inclusion in this year’s manufacturing edition of the Parliamentary Review.

A29 Cookstown-Dungannon road

Motorists frustrated by third round of roadworks on busy Cookstown-Dungannon road

Angry motorists have hit out at yet more roadworks and delays on the A29 between Cookstown and Dungannon.

Costa coffee

Costa Coffee adds booze to its menu

Coffee lovers who fancy something more than a caffeine kick may be in luck - as a Costa Coffee branch is set to add booze to its menu.

Now you can do your dirty laundry in public

‘Now you can do your dirty laundry in public’

In a shiny new take on the traditional laundrette, a Dungannon firm has had 24-7 washer-driers installed on its fuel station forecourt.

The eBay auction has been pulled from the site, but many copy-cat versions are now online

eBay ‘upside down’ fivers selling for silly money

Online auction site eBay is being flooded with listings for ‘upside down’ five pound notes - with some attracting bids of thousands of pounds.

The cider is only available from ASDA.

Kopparberg recalls cider over fears bottles may shatter

Bottles of popular Kopparberg cider are being removed from the shelves at Asda supermarkets amid fears the glass may shatter.

Consumers say they are willing to wait to see what deals they can get on Black Friday.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday set to boost Christmas sales

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are forecast to make it a very merry Christmas for the retail sector as shoppers go on a seasonal spending spree.

Exhibit in Castlecourt

Clothing retailer Exhibit goes into administration

Clothing retailer Exhibit, which operates under the name Cucco Retail Limited, has gone into administration, affecting about 100 jobs, it has emerged.

Dale Farm Group Operations Director, Chris McAlinden, alongside Group Chief Executive of Dale Farm Nick Whelan and Chief Executive of CES Energy, Tom Marren.   Pic: Brian Morrison

Biggest solar farm on island to power Dale Farm Cookstown

Dale Farm will soon be a green energy leader in the global dairy sector following confirmation that its new ‘private wire’ solar farm in Cookstown will be built in 2017.

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The cost of fuel is on the increase.

Cost of living - fuel prices on the increase

There’s bad news for motorists as the cost of fuel has risen significantly in the last week, with unleaded petrol now at 113.7 pence per litre. This is 1.4 pence per litre more than the previous week.

The new look UTV logo.

New chapter for UTV

Monday marked a new chapter in the story of local television channel, UTV.

Alistair Sloss leaves behind a wife and five children

Daughter pays tribute to tragic farmer Alastair Sloss

The heartbroken daughter of farmer Alastair Sloss has posted a tender picture of her with her late father to her Facebook page.
Runner-up Cathy Chauhan from Lough Neagh Eels is pictured with Henderson Foodservice Managing Director at the final of the Flavour of the North competition.

Lough Neagh Eels make a splash

Lough Neagh Eels has been named as a runner up at the Henderson Foodservice Flavour of the North final.

Eel fishery at Toomebridge

Lough Neagh's eel industry 'vulnerable' outside European Union

The Lough Neagh eel industry could be harmed when Britain leaves the European Union, it has been claimed.

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VIDEO: Coalisland’s derelict barracks finally demolished

Footage has emerged of the Coalisland barracks that was dubbed an ‘eyesore’ by locals, finally being torn down.

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Ryanair recruiting in Belfast for 2000 staff

Ryanair is set to hold a recruitment day in Belfast on December 1 where up to 2,000 cabin crew jobs will be up for grabs.

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