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Pensioner denies assault on female

William Henry, 69, from Chambre Park in Stewartstown, has appeared at East Tyrone Magistrate’s Court to plead not guilty to two charges.

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Staff night out leads to court appearance

Staff night out leads to court appearance

A Coalisland man was given 150 hours of community service after he attempted to punch and head-butt police during his staff Christmas night out.

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Burglary

Money stolen in burglary between Dungannon and Aughnacloy

A quantity of money has been reported stolen after a house was ransacked in the Friary Road area of Dungannon, during the day on Tuesday.

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The car at the heart of the alert

PSNI thank residents for patience after evacuation over ‘viable device’ in Dungannon

Police have thanked residents and business owners for their patience after a security alert in Dungannon saw them evacuated from their premises for most of yesterday.

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‘Viable device’ found in Dungannon, say PSNI

A viable device has been found during a security alert in Dungannon, County Tyrone, police have said.

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Police cordon at Fairmount Park area of Dungannon

Dungannon security alert: Mullen condemns 'pipe bomb' attack on man's car

The attack on a man's car in Dungannon which has seen a large area cordoned off while ATO deal with the 'pipe bomb' left inside, has been condemned by SDLP councillor Denise Mullen.
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RHI Scandal: PSNI raid heated shed in Armagh, thinking it was drugs factory

Police became suspicious of a building in south Armagh because the building’s roof remained unfrozen while ice covered surrounding structures during a frosty spell, it has been revealed.

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Magherafelt Courthouse

Concern at ‘snail’s pace progress’ of Toome murder investigation

A lawyer appearing for one of those accused in connection with the murder of Castledawson man James McDonagh outside a Toome nightclub over a year ago, has hit out at the slow progress of the investigation.

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Fifth no insurance conviction for Dungannon man

A man who pleaded guilty to having no insurance for the fifth time will discover his sentence on January 25th.

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A taser gun

Police justified in using taser to stop man with knife at Cookstown home

The use of a taser to subdue a man who was about to stab himself at a Cookstown home, was justified said the Police Ombudsman.

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Breathalyser

Fifth more drivers caught drunk behind the wheel in Mid Ulster than last winter

The number of people caught drink driving by police in Mid Ulster has increased by a fifth from last year.

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Jean Caldwell (far right) whose husband Cecil was killled at Teebane, stands arm in arm with family members at the service to mark the 20th anniversary of the atrocity.

PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

A woman whose husband was killed in the Teebane massacre has slammed the PSNI for still refusing to release images of a key suspect - 25 years today after the attack.

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The Director of Public Prosecutions, Barra McGrory QC

‘McGrory must call PSNI to reopen Teebane file’

A relative of one of the men killed at Teebane has expressed anger at what he sees as a one-sided investigation of Northern Ireland’s Troubles.

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Scales of justice

‘Morning after’ Christmas staff party detection

A Dungannon man who was caught over the limit the morning after his Christmas staff night out has been banned from driving for a year.

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Scales of Justice

Gables Restaurant owner fined over effluent discharge

A Tyrone businessman has been fined over £1,000 by Dungannon Magistrates after pleading guilty to "contravening the conditions of a discharge consent" at his restaurant.

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Dungannon Courthouse

Pleads guilty to speeding charge

Sarah Louise Wylie, 24, from Culkeeran Road outside Moy, has been given three penalty points after admitting to speeding.

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Two failure to provide charges

Two failure to provide charges

Donal Francis Kelly, 24, from Dernanaught Road in Galbally, has appeared in court charged with driving while unfit in Ballygawley.

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Called officer a ‘black b^*tard’ before spitting blood in his face

Called officer a ‘black b^*tard’ before spitting blood in his face

A Benburb man who spat blood into the face of a police officer during a drunken fight in Dungannon has been sentenced to a hundred hours of community service.

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Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.

Drink driver vomited into breathalyser unit

A man discovered unconscious at the wheel of a car in the middle of the road near Aughnacloy will discover his sentence at the end of the month.

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Ian McCrea beside the Teebane Memorial after vandals targeted it with paint in 2016.

No answers on Teebane 25 years on

Families of those affected by the Teebane massacre are “deeply disappointed” that they have no answers to their questions 25 years after the IRA atrocity, the wife of one of the survivors has said.

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