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M&S announce partnership with heart charity CRY

Marks & Spencer stores in Co Tyrone 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 as offering specialist support to affected families and young people.

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First Tyrone Scout ceremony

First Tyrone Scout ceremony

First Tyrone Scout Group, Dungannon held their annual Investiture and Prize-giving ceremony at the Scout Hall in Charlemont Street on Friday, January 20.

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Learning from Patient Experience

Learning from Patient Experience

The Southern Health and Social Care Trust has hosted a special celebration event to share and learn from some of the Best Practice across Allied Health Professional Services.

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Get engineering careers fair

Get engineering careers fair

South West College are excited to host the Get Engineering Careers Fair on Saturday, February 25 from 9.30am - 1.30pm in Dungannon.

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December 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

Final call for food and drink producers

Producers have until March 3 to submit entries for the Belfast City Airport competition in partnership with Food NI and Mid Ulster District Council.

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Pictured are Ulster GAA stars Ryan McHugh (left) and Connor McAliskey. The two are calling on GAA fans to sign up for the 2017 Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon and fundraise in aid of Mencap. To register for the team relay, the full marathon or any of the associated events, visit mencapbigstepforward.org.

Connor and Ryan say sign up

Ahead of the 2017 Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon, two Ulster GAA stars are lending their support to Mencap and calling on fans to support the official charity of the event.

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The US company confirmed that the US dollar to pound exchange rate made business unsustainable and that prices will increase as of 23 February 2017.

TECH: Brexit pound sees Sonos speakers price hike

Premium audio fans are about to feel the brunt of Brexit after luxury speaker and sound system manufacturer, Sonos, confirmed they will be raising prices by 25 per cent.

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Millions of workers have the same lunch every single day

Millions of workers have the same lunch every single day

Millions of office workers are eating the same lunch every single day, a study has found.

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Camera club member takes an award

Camera club member takes an award

Dungannon and Cookstown Camera Club member Dympna Heagney has received a prestigious award.

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EA's Online Safer Internet Video Competition KS2 3rd place winners St Mary's PS Cabragh, pupils pictured at EA tv studio with Peter Bower UK Safer Internet Centre, Orla O'Hagan NSPCC, John Collings EA Director of Education, TV Presenter Emma-Louise Johnston, Caroline Karayiannis SBNI, Tim Matchett C2k and Declan Hyland DE. Front row: Seamus McCreesh Teacher.

St Mary’s scoops prize at Safer Internet Day competition

Promoting the Safer Internet Day theme ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’, the Education Authority have announced the winners of its second Online Safety competition at a special studio screening organised by C2k and EA tv.

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Stars to shine for Jonathan at concert

Stars to shine for Jonathan at concert

Local trad and folk musicians are to come together for a ‘Super Session’ at Bardic Theatre on Saturday 4th March at 8pm to raise funds for 22 year old Moy man Jonathan Weir who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a ski-ing accident in Switzerland in July last year.

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Ladies take part in Google Digital

Ladies take part in Google Digital

Halifax as part of Lloyds Banking Group and the Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland has hosted a Google Digital Garage training session aimed at offering local charities the chance to boost their digital skills and help them better understand the benefits of being online and what this can bring to their organisation.

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St Patrick’s pupil is a Youth Public Speaking finalist

St Patrick’s pupil is a Youth Public Speaking finalist

Soroptimists International held its 35th Annual Youth Public Speaking Competition in Hillsborough recently, sponsored by Diamond Recruitment Group.

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Bush and Our Lady’s get active travel

With spring just around the corner, and a stretch in the days, schools across Northern Ireland including two in Dungannon, are being encouraged to participate in the Translink Eco-Schools Travel Challenge to cut down on car congestion at school gates and help boost pupil health and wellbeing.

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What's your favourite pizza topping?

National Pizza Day: What’s your favourite topping?

Today is National Pizza Day.

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28 January 2017 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. 

 THE VICTORIA SQUARE SANDWICH BAKE-OFF SEMI-FINAL
Pictured at the semi-final of the Victoria Square Bake Off held at the Women's Institute Headquarters, Lisburn Road are judges Michelle Greeves, Victoria Square Centre Manager and Northern Irish cook Jenny Bristow, who along with the WI, are on a quest to find the best Victoria 'Square' Sandwich baker in Northern Ireland. One representative from each of the 21 Area Groups of Women's Institutes across Northern Ireland submitted their very best four-egg sponge, and today, six finalists from across the province were crowned semi-final winners and selected to compete in the grand final taking place in Victoria Square on Saturday 04 March. The six lucky contestants will bake against the clock to create and decorate their own unique Victoria Sandwich showstopper in front of a live audience for the chance to be crowned Victoria Square Star Baker. For more information about the event, including the centre's openi

Valerie cooks a great sponge

Tyrone’s Valerie McConnell has scooped a place in the final to find the best Victoria Sandwich.

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Pictured are the beneficiaries and President Jim, Rotarian Tom and Manager Graham.

Charities benefit from Rotary

The Rotary and Tesco Tree of Remembrance and Hope, that was sited in the Tesco store, enabled seven charities to benefit from the funds raised.

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People who eat pasta have a better diet

Pasta is a superfood - because it leads to eating a healthier diet, according to new research.

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Shocking levels of sugar found in breakfast cereals

Some breakfast cereals contain shocking amounts of sugar - making up to a THIRD of the ingredients in some brands, reveals new research.
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Be safe on the web.

Safer Internet Day: The '10 Commandments' to avoid online dangers

Today - Tuesday, February 7 - is Safer Internet Day 2017.

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