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Teenager given police caution

A teenager had a criminal damage charge withdrawn by a lawyer for the Public Prosecution Service at Magherafelt Magistrates Court for a caution to be administered.

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District Judge tells woman to ‘stay out of trouble’

District Judge tells woman to ‘stay out of trouble’

A woman who told a police officer attempting to calm her down to “f*** off”, has been given a Conditional Discharge for 18 months.

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WEATHER: NI to bake in wall-to-wall sunshine next weekend

Temperatures are set to rise this week in Northern Ireland - and climax in glorious summer weather next weekend just in time for the Bank Holiday.

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Man fined £215 for damaging bus USB

Man fined £215 for damaging bus USB

A man who caused £50 damage to a USB charger on a Translink bus, was fined a total of £215 at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

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Motorist with long clear record banned

Motorist with long clear record banned

A Magherafelt man was fined a total of £515 and banned from driving for 12 months at the local Magistrates Court.

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Man flushed contents of partner’s purse down toilet

Man flushed contents of partner’s purse down toilet

A south Derry man assaulted his partner and emptied the contents of her purse down the toilet before flushing it, Magherafelt Magistrates Court was told.

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A vandalised road sign

Irish language road signs vandalised

A Sinn Féin MLA has said vandalism of Irish language road signs in Co Tyrone over the weekend shows “the need for protection of Irish language rights through legislation”.

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Police called to distressed male

Police called to distressed male

An ambulance was called to assist a man who had taken an overdose in Dungannon last week.

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Councillor Joe O'Neill

O’Neill raises need for school traffic calming

Concerns about roads in the Coalisland area were raised by Sinn Féin councillor Joe O’Neill when he and party colleague councillor Niamh Doris met recently with officials from TransportNI (TNI).

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Students learn about supply chain

Agriculture students were given an insight into the importance of the supply chain to agricultural production and innovation.

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Police image of bees loose in car.

‘Buzzare’ incident as bees get loose in car

A man was hospitalised after a swarm of bees got loose in his car in Lurgan last night (Friday, May 18).

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Owners fined for failing license dogs

Owners fined for failing license dogs

Mid Ulster District Council is reminding dog owners of the importance of licensing dogs after two residents were fined for failing to do so.

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Reader competition

D-Max Yukon: Have you entered the competition?

There is still time to enter the Farming Life competition for the D-Max Yukon.
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The new Farming Life app

New Farming Life App goes live

The new online platform for Farming Life has just gone live.
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IN PICTURES: The best photos from Day 1 of the Balmoral Show

The sun shone for the first day of the Balmoral Show 2018 and the crowds flocked to view all the events

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Royal Black Sovereign Grand Master Millar Farr is to stand down after 10 years in the position

Leader of Royal Black Institution to stand down in June

The head of the Royal Black Institution has announced he will formally step down after 10 years as sovereign grand master.

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Balmoral Show

Balmoral Show: Traffic and travel advice

Traffic and travel advice has been issued for the Balmoral Show 2018.
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Stay informed with the new Farming Life app

Stay informed with the new Farming Life app

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new online platform for Farming Life.

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Defendants fined for no TV licence

Defendants fined for no TV licence

Three south Derry people were each fined £50 at Magherafelt Magistrates Court for having no TV licence.

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Doctor caught doing 96mph

Doctor caught doing 96mph

An off duty doctor detected travelling at 96mph on the Glenshane Road, has been fined a total of £315 with four penalty points at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

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