Anti A5 campaigners suffer blow at High Court

A campaign group suffered a blow today in its second legal bid to halt a multi-million pound dual carriageway project linking Counties Derry and Tyrone.

Tullyhogue road surface is being replaced

Long-awaited road resurfacing closes road in Tullyhogue

The road through Tullyhogue will be closed this week to allow the Department for Infrastructure to carry out some much-needed resurfacing.

Tamnamore Park and Ride blighted by thefts

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

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

Unionists put brakes on dual currency parking meters

Unionists have put the brakes on plans to explore if parking meters here may accept Euro coins.

Loreto Douglas, who died following a road traffic collision on the Glenshane Pass on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of Lifestart)

Tributes paid to Glenshane crash victim Loreto Douglas

Tributes are pouring in for 64 year-old Loreto Douglas who died following a road traffic collision on the Glenshane Pass on Wednesday.

Loreto Douglas.

Glenshane crash victim named

Police have named the woman who died following a road traffic collision on the Glenshane Pass on Wednesday.

One person has died as a result of a three vehicle collision on the Glenshane Pass. (Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press)

Glenshane Crash: One person dead

One person has died as a result of a three vehicle collision on the Glenshane Pass on Wednesday, we understand.

More than 38,000 people have died in road traffic collisions in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland since records began.

38,787 people killed on roads north and south since records began

All those who have died in road traffic collisions will be remembered on the World Day of Remembrance on Sunday 20 November 2016.

Police accident sign

Two young men seriously injured in Magherafelt crash

Two men are being treated in hospital after a one-vehicle road traffic collision in Magherafelt on Sunday afternoon.

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Oil spillage: Police urge motorists to exercise extreme caution

Police are advising motorists to exercise extreme caution on the Pomeroy Road, Dungannon due to an oil spillage.


Pedestrian dies after road traffic collision

A man in his 40s has died after he was involved in a road traffic collision on the Strabane Road in Newtownstewart last month.
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard has officially opened the A31 Magherafelt bypass representing an investment of �35million, following its completion several weeks ahead of schedule.  The new 6 kilometre bypass will improve links for the movement of people, goods and services in the Mid Ulster area to and from the M2, Belfast and north-east.   Minister Chris Hazzard is pictured with Conor Loughery, Transport NI Divisional Manager, Francie Molloy (MP), and Chair of Mid Ulster Council Trevor Wilson.

Cookstown drivers slam £600k figure set aside for Cookstown bypass

A total of £600k has been set aside for a new by-pass for Cookstown after calls for action on rush-hour traffic in the town, but the figure has been slammed.

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Motorists frustrated by third round of roadworks on busy Cookstown-Dungannon road

Angry motorists have hit out at yet more roadworks and delays on the A29 between Cookstown and Dungannon.

Two plus one lane arrangements on the new Magherafelt bypass. Pic of an undated image sent by Dept of Infrastructure in early Oct 2016

Calls to progress Cookstown bypass

Roads Minister Chris Hazzard is being urged to bring forward plans for a Cookstown bypass, to prioritise the upgrade of the A29 to a Key Transport Corridor and look into a potential bypass for Moneymore.

Drone footage of the Magherafelt bypass

Magherafelt bypass to open four weeks ahead of schedule

Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard will officially open the new Magherafelt bypass this morning, four weeks ahead of schedule.

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Councillor welcomes coming road improvements in Mid Ulster

Mid Ulster councillor Wilbert Buchanan has welcomed the news that a number of roads in the Cookstown area are to be resurfaced in the coming months.


Work to begin on £250,000 resurfacing

WORK begins next week on a major £250,000 resurfacing work in Dungannon and traffic diversions are to be set up for those travelling between Dungannon to Cookstown.


Cork crash report says no fault with aircraft

AN INTERIM report into last month’s plane crash which killed Cookstown businessman Brendan McAleese has found no faults with the aircraft or the airport landing systems.


Two Tyrone plane crash victims are laid to rest

HUNDREDS of mourners attended the funeral on Monday of Cookstown businessman, Mr Brendan McAleese who was killed in a plane crash in Cork.

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