Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Special transport arrangements will be in place for golf fans heading to the 2017 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation at Portstewart Golf Club (July 4–9)

This pothole on the Kilcronagh Road would have been fixed within a week had it been on a busier road

Driver’s compensation denied for Cookstown pothole that cost him hundreds

A Cookstown worker who says he suffered pothole damage to his car costing hundreds has hit out the Stormont department that turned down his case for compensation.

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Judith Duncan and Sam Geary get onboard with their furry friends. Pic: Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

Translink launch deal for Mid Ulster Balmoral visitors

Translink and RUAS are encouraging Mid Ulster residents to visit the Balmoral Show, from May 10-13, with the launch of special coach and rail passes.

A5 route map

Public views sought on proposed A5

The Department for Infrastructure is seeking the public’s views on new draft reports on the A5 Western Transport Corridor dual carriageway project.

Lough Beg swans are at the heart of the A6 battle

Environmentalist seeking injunction to stop A6 works

An environmentalist is to seek an injunction as he considers appealing his failed legal bid to stop a planned new £160m dual carriageway going through landscape made famous by poet Seamus Heaney.

Environmentalist Chris Murphy when he won the first stage in his legal action over the new A6 dual carriageway being built near Seamus Heaney's old home.
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A6 decision ‘good news for commuters’

The Department for Infrastructure has said Tuesday’s court decision allowing the Toome to Castledawson dual carriageway to go ahead will boost the construction industry.

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The A6 upgrade

A6 dual carriageway to go ahead

A legal challenge to the Castledawson to Toome section of the A6 Dualling Scheme has been dismissed.
Kiltclogher Road has been resurfaced in parts

Resurfacing of Kiltyclogher Road welcomed locally

Resurfacing works that have improved a section of the Kiltclogher Road have been welcomed locally.

Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

Police have confirmed that the man injured following a single vehicle road traffic collision on the Curragh Road in Coleraine yesterday morning has died from his injuries.

Cllr Gavin Bell

Improvements to ‘substandard’ Mid Ulster B-road welcomed

Roads Service improvements to the road between Ballymaguigan and Ballyronan have been welcomed.

Pensioner injured in three-vehicle RTC remains in critical condition

Pensioner injured in three-vehicle RTC remains in critical condition

Police investigating a serious road traffic collision on the Pomeroy Road on Friday afternoon (March 3) have appealed for witnesses to come forward.


Flooding causes havoc for Magherafelt motorists

Motorists have been caught out by flooded roads in the Magherafelt area.

Belfast International Airport.

Work postponed on main road to Belfast International Airport

Roadworks on a main road used to access Belfast International Airport will not be taking place this weekend.

Man killed in crash named

Man killed in crash named

Police have confirmed the identity of a man who died following a road traffic collision in County Armagh on Saturday.

Walter Cuddy

Footfall in Milltown too low for crossing

The news that footfall in the Milltown area of Dungannon is too low to warrant the installation of a pedestrian crossing, has been met with disappointment.

'Boy racers' put through surprise night-time MOT by police and DVA

'Boy racers' put through surprise night-time MOT by police and DVA

In a joint operation between police and the DVA some 21 'anti social' drivers plaguing residents in Cookstown and Magherafelt were put through a surprise MOT last Saturday night.

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Minister seeks to 'make life easier' for Blue Badge holders with life-long mobility issues

A review of the renewal process for Blue Badge holders with life-long mobility issues is to be carried out at Stormont in an attempt to "make life easier" for those people.

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Traffic congestion is now a common sight after the opening of the Magherafelt bypass

Four-car collision brings Moneymore traffic to standstill

Traffic was brought to a standstill in Moneymore during Friday’s evening rush-hour when four cars were involved in a collision.


Drivers treated for injury after early morning smash near Donaghmore

Casualties were treated by the roadside following an early morning crash on the Tullycullion Road, between the Cookstown Road and Donaghmore.

Wheel rim damage

Anger over ‘four foot’ Cookstown pothole that damaged three cars in 30mins

A Cookstown man whose son damaged his car on a four foot hole in the road has called on TransportNI to review their policy on how they deal with potholes.

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