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Straight over roundabout to crash in field

A woman has been banned from the road after she drove straight over a roundabout and crashed in a field.


Tyrone woman scaling the highest mountains to help beat cancer

A Tyrone woman has started climbing South America’s highest mountain to help raise funds for research into oesophageal cancer.

Five month sentence for perfume theft

Five month sentence for perfume theft

A couple from Stewartstown have been imprisoned after admitting the theft of £1,200 worth of perfume and aftershave.

Cycling  through the snowy conditions on Divis Mountain 
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Northern Ireland white Christmas odds

Bookmakers believe a white Christmas is more likely to happen in Northern Ireland than it is in other parts of the United Kingdom.

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Icebound estate

Poor road and sewage misery for Dungannon residents

Hundreds of Dungannon residents are enduring the misery of living with defective sewage systems and crumbling roads that the Roads Service has no responsibility to repair or grit during icy periods.

Tools stolen from van in another theft at Tamnamore Park & Ride

Tools stolen from van in another theft at Tamnamore Park & Ride

Police are appealing for witnesses after tools were stolen from another vehicle at Tamnamore Park and Ride on Tuesday, November 29.

NIFRS show school pupils how they save lives

Realities of 'carnage on our roads' played out at local schools

Secondary school pupils from across Mid Ulster were able to see first hand just what happens when the Fire Service help those caught up in "carnage on our roads".
Don't feel pushed into buying new pillows

Police issue warning on 'pushy' door-to-door pillow sellers

Police last night issued a warning on a red or white transit van doing the rounds in Mid Ulster in a bid to sell pillows.

Mary Martin pictured on her 100th birthday

Sadness as one of Mid Ulster's oldest residents dies

One of Mid Ulster's oldest residents has passed away.

Clare passed away on Tuesday

Tyrone girl's heartbroken dad pleads with others 'not to suffer in silence' after her death

The father of a talented GAA player has pleaded with people to talk about their worries after the death of his 'absolutely beautiful, loving, caring and wonderful daughter Clare'.

December 1 is World AIDS Day.

World AIDS Day in Northern Ireland

Today is World AIDS Day.

Get your tickets for Carols by Candlelight at the Hub

Cookstown Hub gets into spirit of Christmas with carol service, live nativity and prayer tree

Always keen to stoke the fires of caring and sharing, The Hub Cookstown has come up with a varied and action packed Christmas programme to bring locals together this year.
Firefighters had to use cutting equipment to free woman

Firefighters cut woman from crashed car near Toome

A woman had to be cut from a car after a road accident near Toome yesterday.
Police seize vehicles

Road police busy dealing with 'illegal vehicles' and red diesel offenders in Mid Ulster

A number of vehicles were yesterday seized by police and customs officials operating on Mid Ulster's roads.

Magherafelt court

Magherafelt judge hangs up his wig after 42-years service

Tributes were paid to District Judge Alan White at Magherafelt Magistrates Court who is retiring.

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Scales of justice

South Derry man in court on theft charge

A south Derry man has been in court on a theft charge.


Magherafelt man fined for ‘disorderly behaviour’

A Magherafelt man was fined £165 at the local Magistrates Court on a disorderly behaviour charge.

Police accident sign

‘Aggressive’ drunk-driver banned for 18 months following Draperstown crash

A woman became aggressive towards police when asked if she had been drinking following a road accident outside Draperstown.

Magherafelt court

Magherafelt man had ‘no recollection’ of crash that left him unconscious in a field

A motorist is still receiving medical treatment after a single vehicle accident earlier this year, his solicitor told Magherafelt Magistrates Court.


Police appeal for information on 'deliberate' fire at Magherafelt home

Police are investigating a 'deliberate' fire which is understood to have badly damaged the interior of a mid-terrace home in Magherafelt.

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