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GCSE and national success for Cookstown High School students

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Thumbing a lift

Elderly woman robbed after offering 'hitchhikers' assistance

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Roof tiler stopped by police after collecting friends

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Missing person found safe and well

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Joiner showed ‘utter disregard’ for rules

Crime

Roads warning as NI temperatures expected to plumet

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Child abduction accused: we spent time eating Pot Noodles

Crime

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat

Tyrone man dies in biking collision

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Karl McKaigue in action against Niall Branagan of Kilcoo. (Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Slaughtneil’s Karl McKaigue expects tough Nemo Rangers test

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Derry's Terence O'Brien contests a ball with Offaly's Peter Cunningham during Derry's  victory at Celtic Park on Sunday. DER0818GS006

DERRY GAA: Damian McErlain praises Mark Lynch, James Kielt

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Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland to face Israel in friendly

Football
Paul Jordan made his debut at the Isle of Man TT last year.

Paul Jordan confirms solo effort in 2018

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DERRY GAA: Derry grab first league victory as Offaly held off

GAA

DERRY GAA: Hurlers improve but Mayo sneak second half victory

GAA

RUGBY: Nutty Krust Cup draw made for exciting youth competition

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WATCH: The draw is made for this year's Nutty Krust Under-18 Cup

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Kate McVeigh and Malachy Mallon on the red carpet representing the Dolphin Takeaway Dungannon as UK Top 3 Finalists for Healthy Eating, Quality Award and Marketing Innovations.

Dungannon restaurant wins best Fish and Chips in Northern Ireland

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Grand Opera House Summer Youth Project

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TV Licensing

Winter Olympics TV licensing reminder for sports fans

Arts
GCSE Physical Education Megan Ferson joint first; GCSE Physical Education  Rebecca McKeown  joint third, aong with their PE teacher Mrs Nicola Cheevers.

GCSE and national success for Cookstown High School students

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Raymond Beatty, Sperrin Metal products marketing manager, checking some final details in January 1989 with Bill Brock (left) the site manager at Texas Homecare at Sprucefield. Sperrin  had just won a major contract worth  �100,000.

Down memory lane with the Mid

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A little piece of heaven in the Walled City

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