Tyrone Times

£700K for Mid Ulster community groups

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Met Office issue severe rain warning for Northern Ireland

The "racist" t-shirt and Negan from The Walking Dead.

Primark pulls 'shocking' and 'racist' Walking Dead t-shirt from stores after shopper's angry complaint

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Magherafelt cops cleared of perverting course of justice

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A6 upgrade to Castledawson 'like cutting away at a Rembrandt painting', High Court told


Coalisland to get biggest leisure spend in a generation with £5million to be ploughed into Gortgonis site


Michelle O’Neill condemns fuel laundering following cousin’s conviction

Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug.

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug


Decision time for contentious pylon plan that will cut a swathe through South Tyrone

St. Patrick's players dejected after the final whistle in Croke Park on Sunday. 
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TYRONE GAA: Croke Park heartbreak for Rock

Dungannon Swifts boss Rodney McAree
. Pic by Dylan McIlwaine

IRISH LEAGUE: Dungannon must keep discipline against Crues

This weekend's League Cup final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. 
Photographer - Matt Mackey / Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: NIFL and Sky Sports announce five year deal

Press Eye - Belfast -  Northern Ireland - 11th February 2017 - Photo by William Cherry

Referee Steven Taylor send Dungannon's Seanan Clucas off after a tackle on Coleraines Lyndon Kane during Saturdays Danske Bank Premiership game at the Showgrounds, Coleraine. Photo by William Cherry/Presseye

Ill-discipline costs Dungannon Swifts


FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland line up international friendly with New Zealand

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RUGBY: Ulster confirm Jono Gibbes as new head coach from next season

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Swift response keeps Stripes in gr-eight form

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ALLIANZ LEAGUE: Tyrone surrender five-point lead and draw with Dublin

June Brown acting as Dot Cotton - BBC image

As June Brown turns 90 here are Dot Cotton's Eastenders highlights


Millions of workers have the same lunch every single day

What's your favourite pizza topping?

National Pizza Day: What’s your favourite topping?

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Marks & Spencer Northern Ireland has revealed a new partnership with leading heart charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), an organisation who aim to prevent young sudden cardiac deaths through awareness, screening and research, as well offering specialist support to affected families and young people. The development comes after M&S Newtownbreda Foodhall Manager, Matthew Thompson, tragically died from a previously undiagnosed heart condition while jogging on the Lagan Towpath in June last year. Pictured are Lauren McCaughtry, Matthew's partner and fellow M&S employee, and M&S Head of Region, Ryan Lemon, as they announce the partnership.

M&S announce partnership with heart charity CRY


First Tyrone Scout ceremony


Learning from Patient Experience