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‘Sectarian’ £250,000 boost for Tyrone and Mid Ulster community halls

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Major boost for integrated education in Dungannon

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Mid Ulster PSNI oppose all late-night entertainment licences

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Traffic calming for 5 Mid Ulster villages

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PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

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‘Morning after’ Christmas staff party detection

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Ending free school transport would hit Mid Ulster hard - McGlone

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Bail application is 
refused in Duffy case

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Gables Restaurant owner fined over effluent discharge

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Traffic congestion is now a common sight after the opening of the Magherafelt bypass

Four-car collision brings Moneymore traffic to standstill

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Four-car collision brings Moneymore traffic to standstill

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Accident

Drivers treated for injury after early morning smash near Donaghmore

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Wheel rim damage

Anger over ‘four foot’ Cookstown pothole that damaged three cars in 30mins

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Campaign looks to improve safety for cyclists on the roads

Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

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PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

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‘Morning after’ Christmas staff party detection

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Scales of Justice

Gables Restaurant owner fined over effluent discharge

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Dungannon Courthouse

Pleads guilty to speeding charge

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Ending free school transport would hit Mid Ulster hard - McGlone

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St. John’s pupils become water champions!

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Pictured are Liz Canning (BookTrust NI Manager), Polly Poppet and Alicia Clarke (SONI), along with children who attended the local event.

2,000 free books for babies

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A little genius

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

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CHS welcomes new VP Mr Stephen Thompson

Cookstown High School welcomes new vice principal

Education

Mid Ulster PSNI oppose all late-night entertainment licences

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Accident

Drivers treated for injury after early morning smash near Donaghmore

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Cod and chips could soon be replaced with squid and chips

The Dolphin in fish and chips ‘Oscars’?

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Scott Lilburn and his brother are washing and packing potatoes in Craigavon, Co Armagh

UTV’s Rare Breed farmers beat Eastenders in ratings war

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PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

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Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill and Conor Murphy hold a press conference at Stormont following their meeting with the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland James Brokenshire to discuss the crisis at the Assembly caused by the Renewable Heat Incentive scandal on Jan 11.


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EXCLUSIVE: Liofa U-turn alone will not stop election

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Communities Minister Paul Givan pictured with Cllr Trevor Wilson, Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Anthony Tohill, Council Chief Executive & Mark Kelso, Council Director of Health & Infrastructure during a visit to Cookstown to mark the completion of the towns �3.2 million public realm works.  The project received financial support of �2.8m from the Department for Communities with �320,000 contributed by Mid Ulster District Council.

Cookstown’s public realm works complete

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Could we see all the same candidates back at the polls?

Local MLAs gear up for ‘judgement day’ election

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Martin McGuinness: Why I’m stepping down

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Planning Appeals Commission set Lough Neagh sand extraction hearing for March

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The three animals are believed to have escaped nearby land

Tyrone firefighers rescue three bulls ‘stuck chest deep in boggy ground’

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A buck stands with does in the late afternoon autumn sunlight. October 3, 2015: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

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Drinking to forget doesn’t work

Health
Sean Mullan and sister Eileen have encouraged more people to join the organ donor register

Brother’s ‘mind blowing’ experience after donating kidney to sister

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Pamela said she was out of breath walking and felt awful going out

Magherafelt woman ‘unable to look at herself’ before amazing weight loss transformed life

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Some Doritos lightly salted crisps could be harmful to people with an intolerance or allergy to wheat/gluten or soya.

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

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The McGeehan family from County Tyrone are encouraging families from across the country to step out on  February 25 for Cancer Fund for Children's Winter Woolly Walk. The family were supported by Cancer Fund for Children after their daughter/sister Cassie (centre) was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2010.

Mum encourages families to go walking for kids with cancer

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