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Maghera crash appeal: driver released on bail

Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses following yesterday's collision involving a cyclist and can on the Glenshane Road.

Crime
Dungannon man ran ‘drunk as a lord’ and barechested with a ceremonial sword

Dungannon man ran ‘drunk as a lord’ and barechested with a ceremonial sword

A Dungannon man who ran barechested down the street wielding a ceremonial sword has been warned he will be sent to jail if he ‘puts another foot wrong’.

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Pictured at the announcement of the partnership at NSPCC's Head Office in Belfast is Conor Boyle, Regional Director of Lidl Northern Ireland and Catherine Nuttall, Head of Fundraising at NSPCC Northern Ireland

Lidl Northern Ireland and NSPCC announce new £250,000 partnership

Lidl Northern Ireland has announced a new, two year charity partnership with The NSPCC Northern Ireland.

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£1m Lottery win 'means the world' to Draperstown couple

Northern Ireland's newest Lottery millionaires Catherine and Ciaran Kidd, from Draperstown, say their £1m win is "still sinking in."

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How many parking fines were issued where you live?

IN FULL: Parking fines issued in Northern Ireland

The Department for Infrastructure has published statistics on the total number of Penalty Charge Notices (parking fines) issued in Northern Ireland from January to September 2017.

Transport

Mid-Ulster Business Awards - the winners

Here is a full list of the winners at tonight's 7th annual Mid-Ulster Business Awards.

Business
Marion Millican was murdered in the Portstewart launderette where she worked in March 2011

Marion Millican gun killer had a ‘diseased mind’

The man who murdered Marion Millican had a “diseased mind” and had been descending into a “Narnia of darkness” before killing her over six years ago, a court has heard.

Crime
An unhappy child

Hundreds of NI children contact Childline with bullying woes

NSPCC Northern Ireland is marking anti-bullying week with new figures revealing that almost 300 local young people turned to Childline last year with worries about bullying and cyberbullying.
Offbeat
Man assaulted in Magherafelt shopping centre

Man assaulted in Magherafelt shopping centre

Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Meadowlane Shopping Centre, Magherafelt.

Crime
Ulster Bank to close Stewartstown and Draperstown branches

Ulster Bank to close Stewartstown and Draperstown branches

Ulster Bank is to close its branches at Stewartstown and Draperstown.
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Severe injuries sustained after firework thrown into car

Police have released a series of graphic images of fireworks burns - after a woman was left with serious injuries when a lit firework was thrown into a car.
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Chairman of the local Royal British Legion Richard Scott pictured at the scene. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye.com

Legion chairman: we’re not giving in after Sunday’s Omagh bomb

The bombers who targeted a Remembrance Day service in Omagh have not succeeded in deterring acts of commemoration in the town, said a leading member of the Royal British Legion.

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Suspended prison sentence after damaging taxi

Suspended prison sentence after damaging taxi

A Dungannon man has been given a one month suspended prison sentence after he damaged a taxi and made off without paying his fare.

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Mechanic’s epic charity mission

Mechanic’s epic charity mission

A Dungannon man has just completed an epic charity mission to a rural African hospital 8,000 miles away.

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The countdown to Christmas is on

12 ways to manage your money and make savings for Christmas

Christmas is a brilliant time of year, but it can also be financially stressful.

Business
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Run-down Perry Street to get major revamp after decades of neglect

Major plans to revamp one of the most run-down streets in Dungannon may not be completed until 2021 and will entail business owners having to move from their premises.

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One month suspended prison sentence

One month suspended prison sentence

A Dungannon man has been given a prison sentence of one month suspended for two years after pleading guilty to contravening a non-molestation order.

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Fire appliances from Cookstown and Dungannon attended the incident

Building hit by overnight blaze

Police are appealing for information following a fire in the early hours of Monday at a commercial premises on the Coalisland Road in Dungannon.

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The man was released on Saturday.

One arrest after drugs are seized

Police have seized suspected cocaine in the Coalisland area during an operation targeting drug dealers.

Crime
Benefits shake-up will send people to food banks

Benefits shake-up will send people to food banks

The expansion of the universal credit benefits shake-up will send Mid Ulster families to food banks for Christmas, a local politician has warned.

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