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Galbally cycle to raise profile of new charity

A group of cyclists from the Galbally area are embarking on an epic challenge of approximately 128 miles over one day to raise the profile of a new charity.

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Burglar made off

Magherafelt householders 'badly shaken' after disturbing burglar

Householders were left badly shaken after disturbing a burglar during a break-in at their Magherafelt home.
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Gas to the West project reaches Cookstown in a few weeks

Work to start soon at Cookstown on major gas pipeline

Cookstown will be the latest area to experience development works for gas connections as part of the multi-million pounds Gas to the West energy infrastructure project. It is expected that work will commence on July 17.

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Wind farms

Wind farms costing £41m opened near Pomeroy

Renewable energy group, Gaelectric, has officially opened the ££41m Inishative and Cregganconroe wind farms near Pomeroy.

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A&E crisis: Craigavon has worst waiting times and biggest increase in patients in Northern Ireland

A&E crisis: Craigavon has worst waiting times and biggest increase in patients in Northern Ireland

The number of people turning to Accident and Emergency Departments at Southern Trust hospitals including South Tyrone and Craigavon Area is rising at the fastest rate in Northern Ireland.

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Fears over UVF tribute banner at Dungannon Primary School

Fears over UVF tribute banner at Dungannon Primary School

There have been calls to remove a banner glorifying UVF gunman Wesley Somerville that has been raised outside a Dungannon Primary School.

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Bank robbery

Breaking: Attempted bank robbery in Magherafelt

There are reports of an attempted bank robbery in Magherafelt this afternoon.
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Business as usual as Moy Park goes on sale

Business as usual as Moy Park goes on sale

The head of Moy Park has moved to calm fears over the future of the business which has been put on the market by its owner.

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PSNI search operation into supply of drugs

Premises in Dungannon and Aughnacloy were searched as part of a major police crackdown on the drugs trade.

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Sugar

How healthy is your favourite snack?

Put down the breakfast pot because our favourite healthy treats might not actually be as good for us as first thought.
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Police appeal after premises in Cookstown were damaged

'Considerable' damage caused to Cookstown property

Police are appealing for information after a considerable amount of damage was caused to a property in Cookstown.
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Thieves target Dungannon home

Thieves target Dungannon home

Police are appealing for witnesses following the report of a burglary that occurred at a house in the Ranfurly Road area of Dungannon.

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Bonfire site at Monrush in Cookstown

Asbestos dumped at Cookstown bonfire sparks safety alert

A warning has gone out to bonfire builders across Mid Ulster to be on the look out for hazardous materials.

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Police advice: 7 ways to help protect your home against crime over the summer

Police have warned householders to maintain a security conscious approach at home over the summer months.

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A house up for auction

Cut-price Donegal homes going under the hammer

More than a dozen houses in the north west area, from Burt to Bundoran, including a detached four bedroom house located just a few hundred metres from what was once voted the ‘second most beautiful beach in the world,’ are to be sold off in an online auction by Allsop at the start of July.

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John Dallat ‘drove against flow’ of Kilrea parade

Two wildly different accounts have emerged of an incident in which a politician claimed he was set upon by a mob at a band parade in Co Londonderry.

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Pre-sentence report ordered

A Dungannon man has pleaded guilty to possessing a Class B controlled drug.

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Teenager speeding to meet his maths tutor

A Dungannon teenager, who was rushing to meet his maths tutor for a lesson, has avoided losing his driving licence.

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Councillor Peter Bateson

Mid Ulster SF councillor warns residents to be 'extra vigilant'

Mid Ulster Sinn Féin councillor, Peter Bateson has warned residents living in the Newbridge and Broagh areas of Castledawson to be extra vigilant following reports of recent burglaries and thefts from homes.

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