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Dungannon air pollution at dangerous levels

Two residential areas in the Dungannon area have broken toxic air pollution targets, it has been revealed.

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Mid Ulster MP Francie Molloy has welcomed news of funding for a Cookstown by-pass

‘Time for truth’ about Loughgall - Molloy

Mid Ulster MP Francie Molloy, has called for full disclosure on the British Government’s input to and knowledge of the operation that lead to the deaths of nine men in Loughgall thirty years ago.

Politics
Police urged to tackle ‘litany of crimes’ plaguing housing estate

Police urged to tackle ‘litany of crimes’ plaguing housing estate

Police have been urged to do more to tackle a ‘litany of crimes’ plaguing a housing estate in Dungannon, amid fears that further violence will be perpetrated against residents.

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Fivemiletown hit and run driver risks jail sentence

Fivemiletown hit and run driver risks jail sentence

A Fivemiletown man has been warned that he is in danger of going to jail after pleading guilty to a hit and run.

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Fancy connecting to natural gas?

Fancy connecting to natural gas?

A natural gas information evening is to be held in the Portmor Bar and Restaurant on May 9 from 7pm – 9.30pm where residents and business owners in Blackwatertown can find out more about connecting to natural gas as well as the opportunity to win a free gas boiler.

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IT trainees enjoy McCloskey tour

IT trainees enjoy McCloskey tour

A group of Level 2 Cambridge Diploma IT trainees from South West College travelled to McCloskey International in Coalisland to discover more about the crushing and screening plants they design and manufacture, the trainees also learned of the potential Engineering and IT jobs that are available within the company.

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Stock classroom image. Dozens of schools with 'sustainability issues' have been identified by the Education Authority in their 2017/18 action plan

IN FULL: Schools at risk of closure across Northern Ireland

Dozens of schools across Northern Ireland are facing ‘sustainability issues’ and may be in line for closure or amalgamation with other schools, according to a new action plan published by the Education Authority (EA).

Education
Maeve is crowned Tyrone Champion

Maeve is crowned Tyrone Champion

Eason is delighted to announce that Maeve Fegan (age 11) from St. John’s Primary School, Moy is the winner of the Tyrone County Bee.

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April 2017 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. 
 
 'ALL TOGETHER' FOR ANTI-BULLYING WEEK 2017!

(l) Astrid Conville, Communications Officer, Translink (Anti-Bullying Week's sponsor) and (r) Rosanna Jack, Regional Co-ordinator, Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) are pictured with (l-r) Beth McArt (10); Cayden Smith (9); Chloe Glover (4); Barra McCusker (4); Anna Denton-McComish (9); Cassie Gallegos (8) from St Anne's Primary School, Dunmurry, Belfast.


Local Schools & Youth Organisations Urged To Register for Anti-Bullying Week 2017 and Take Part in Creative Competition 

Registration for this year's Anti-Bullying Week 2017 (13-17 November 2017) is officially open and schools and youth organisations across Northern Ireland are being urged to sign up and take part in this important initiative. This year's theme is "All Equal, All Different, All Together".

Children and young people are also being encouraged to get creative and use art, film and the written word to create anti-bullying messages for

Local schools are urged to sign up for this year’s Anti-Bullying Week

Registration for this year’s Anti-Bullying Week 2017, which runs from November 13-17, is officially open and schools and youth organisations in the Mid Ulster area are being urged to sign up and take part in this important initiative.

Education
Black pick up jeep stolen in Tyrone break-in

Black pick up jeep stolen in Tyrone break-in

A black pick up jeep, quad and a number tools have been stolen in an early morning burglary at Ballygawley.

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McDonald's

McDonald’s plans to roll out new home delivery service in Northern Ireland

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door.
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Court hammer

Items stolen in five Maghera burglaries found in one man’s shed

A Maghera man found with stolen goods in a locked shed, was given a nine-month jail sentence, suspended for three years, when he appeared at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

Crime
Cookstown teenager Aoife O'Hare

Missing Tyrone teen found safe and well in Dublin

The 17-year-old Cookstown girl missing from home since Monday morning was found safe and well in Dublin last night.

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Magherafelt Courthouse.

£260 worth of cannabis found in Magherafelt welder’s bedside drawer

A welder found with cannabis with a street value of £260 in his bedside locker, was fined £365 at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

Crime
Missing teenager Aoife O'Hare has been found safe and well

Missing Co Tyrone teenager found safe and well in Dublin

A 17-year-old from Cookstown who went missing this week has been found safe and well in Dublin, her family have announced.

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The most popular baby names in 2016

REVEALED: Top 10 most popular baby names for boys and girls in Northern Ireland

The top 10 most popular baby names for boys and girls born in Northern Ireland have been revealed.

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Knife-carrying Dungannon pensioner claimed he was doing ‘God’s work’ by damning Catholics to hell

Knife-carrying Dungannon pensioner claimed he was doing ‘God’s work’ by damning Catholics to hell

Pre-sentence reports have been ordered for a knife-carrying Dungannon pensioner who claimed he was doing God’s work by telling Catholics they were going to hell.

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Coalisland man’s disorderly charge arose out of bare knuckle fight incident

Coalisland man’s disorderly charge arose out of bare knuckle fight incident

A Coalisland man has been fined for disorderly behaviour arising out of a bare knuckle fight between members of the same travelling family.

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Court

Conditional discharge for Ballyronan man who smashed glasses during row

A man who smashed a plate and two glasses after his father told him to “wise up”, was given a Conditional Discharge for 18 months at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

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