An emergency meeting of Mid Ulster super council to discuss the crisis in Gaza, dominates the front page of this week’s Mail.
Unionists question what practical impact the Sinn Fein motion will have on the ongoing war, which has claimed the lives of over 1,000 people in the last three weeks.
Broadband connection, or lack of, is causing frustration on page 4.
In south Derry, we have the remarkable rescue of a digger from a bog in the Sperrins.
A major review of how our leisure centres are run in Cookstown and Magherafelt and the threat of further privatisation are covered on page 6.
On a lighter note, the quintessential Irish play ‘The Auction at Killybuck’ comes to the Burnavon, find out more on page 22.
In sport we have two packed pages of photographs from the Cookstown Half Marathon and a special preview of another major weekend of motocross racing at Desertmartin, as well as all the latest pre-season news from our local football and rugby teams.