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Admits sexual assault on nurse

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Car odometer

Cookstown trader sold 'clocked' SUV

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Firefighters

Young woman cut from car after Bellaghy crash

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Fire Service

Police investigate derelict building fire in Tyrone

Crime

Magherafelt families sought for cultural exchange programme

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Jail for violent alcohol-fuelled attack on ex-girlfriend

Crime

Mole repellent for sale in Northern Ireland even though there are NO moles

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Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown supermarket

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A picture of a coin showing King Abgarus XI a descendent of Jesus-Izas from the 3rd century.  The coin shows more clearly the plaited crown of thorns worn by Edessan monarchs. See SWNS story SWJESUS; Is THIS the face of Jesus Christ? An ancient coin depicting a bearded man wearing a crown of thorns could be the first and only true portrait of Jesus Christ, British experts claim. The tiny bronze coin, which dates back to the 1st-century AD, sports what scholars conclude is the only lifelike image ever made of the biblical Jesus.  Until now, the 24mm-wide coin was widely believed to merely bear the face of King Manu, a wealthy warrior monarch who controlled the Mesopotamian kingdom of Edessa, in what is now southeastern Turkey. But after nearly three decades of painstaking research, a leading biblical historian claims to have made what he describes as "one of the most important discoveries in modern history" - that King Manu and Jesus were one and the same person.

Author claims coin contains face of ‘real Jesus Christ’

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Stormont

MLAs set for pay rise despite Stormont suspension

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A6 decision ‘good news for commuters’

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The A6 upgrade

A6 dual carriageway to go ahead

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Cllr Gavin Bell

Improvements to ‘substandard’ Mid Ulster B-road welcomed

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Pensioner injured in three-vehicle RTC remains in critical condition

Transport
Translink

Translink prepares for introduction of new £1 coin

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Cookstown trader sold 'clocked' SUV

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Fire Service

Police investigate derelict building fire in Tyrone

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Jail for violent alcohol-fuelled attack on ex-girlfriend

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Handbag containing pension and insulin stolen in Cookstown supermarket

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Discover your options at South West College

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Martin McGuinness as he signed his resignation letter

Teachers Union defers strike in respect for Martin McGuinness

Education

Anniversary mass at St Ciaran’s

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Young entrepreneurs from Cookstown High and Holy Trinity with teachers, principals and Rotary Club members

Cookstown school students impress at bank with business start-ups

Education

St Ciaran’s students reach for peace

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A6 decision ‘good news for commuters’

Transport

How to sell on Social Media?

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Management team at Karro

Group behind Cookstown pork factory bought by London investor

Business
The Coca-Cola plant at Knockmore Hill, Lisburn. Pic by Google

Investigation launched after discovery of contaminated cans at Coca-Cola plant

Business

Health Service risks collapse - McGlone

Health
Parliament Buildings, Stormont. Photo: Kelvin Boyce/Presseye

POLL: Should MLAs stop being paid?

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Parliament Buildings Stormont.   Photo: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

BLOG: NI power sharing talks

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Stormont

Poll: Have your say on power-sharing at Stormont

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Robin Swann pictured outside the Stormont talks yesterday. Photo: Freddie Parkinson / Press Eye

Swann to take over as Ulster Unionist leader without a contest

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Help PSNI combat killing of protected peregrines

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Environmentalist Chris Murphy when he won the first stage in his legal action over the new A6 dual carriageway being built near Seamus Heaney's old home.
Thursday 24th November 2016
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A6 decision ‘good news for commuters’

Transport
Neill Acheson, right, Animax, discusses sponsorship of the NI Simmental Club's spring show and sale at Dungannon on 24th  March, with chairman Matthew Cunning.

Spring show and sale set for Farmers’ Mart

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Healthy turnout for Sheep Conference

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Health Service risks collapse - McGlone

Health
Pictured in Dungannon at the launch of Malachys Fish, Chips & Bicycle Clips UK Charity Cycle: (l-r) Lesley Hammond, Fishermens Mission Charity (NI); Cllr Trevor Wilson, Chair, Mid Ulster Council; Malachy Mallon, Dolphin Takeaway, Dungannon and Dr Lynne Gilmore, Seafish (NI).

Fish, chips and bicycle clips, Mal’s on a mission!

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Keith and friends tackle Slieve Gallion

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Josiane Umumarashavu (26) from Rwanda sees the ocean for the first time on her visit to Ireland. Photo: Niamh McCarthy

Josiane says huge thank you to all

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Getting an injection

Soon babies could get 5 in 1 vaccination from birth

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