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Cookstown's LCC group buys Belfast Lough oil terminal

Cookstown-based energy firm LCC Group has now added Cloghan Point Oil Terminal to its ever-expanding portfolio.

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Dalradian miner at work

Dalradian in 'possible offer' on Dublin-based mining company with Curraghinalt royalties

Dalradian Resources has today (Wednesday) confirmed reports it has made a possible offer to buy Minco, which holds a two per cent smelter royalty on Tyrone's Curraghinalt gold deposit.

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Tara Grimes has come on board with SPAR Northern Ireland to further highlight the retailer's healthy lifestyle messaging. Tara is pictured with Catherine McAlynn from the Henderson Group.

SPAR expands expert portfolio with fitness coach

SPAR in Northern Ireland has welcomed local nutrition and fitness coach, Tara Grimes from Donaghmore on board as its latest local expert.

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London group in bid to buy company that runs Cookstown pork factory

A London based investment group is reportedly nearing a deal to buy Karro Food Group, which owns and runs Cookstown's pork factory.

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Businesses learn how to sell on Social Media

Businesses learn how to sell on Social Media

Local businesses can learn how to sell on Social Media at the third and final free business workshop organised by Mid Ulster District Council.

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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

Catalogues are available for the NI Simmental Cattle Breeders’ Club’s annual spring show and sale which takes place at Dungannon Farmers’ Mart on Friday, March 24.

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Darren McGeehan and Mark Barry, who are leading the new SIS Pitches team in Ireland

Ardboe base for firm that laid World Cup final pitch

Irish-owned SIS Pitches, which counts Real Madrid and FC Barcelona among its clients, is to create its first ever base at Ardboe.

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Tomney's Bar, Moy

Moy pub named best in Tyrone

With its meandering kitch-ly decorated rooms, live music offerings and a beer garden that would give upmarket Belfast bars a run for their money, Tomney's of Moy has just been named the best pub in Tyrone.

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Although late, their accounts have been received

‘Defaulted’ Cookstown charities submit accounts to Charity Commission

The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (CCNI) has now received the required paperwork and end of year of accounts from Mid Ulster Child Contact Centre.

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Police

Tractor stolen from Coalisland yard

Police are investigating after the theft of a blue Ford 8340 tractor from a yard in the Lisnastrane Road area of Coalisland, was reported.

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Dungannon construction firm fined £50k over worker’s death

A Dungannon construction company has been fined today (Friday) £50,000 at Derry Crown Court over health and safety failings that led to the death of an employee in November 2014.

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Council’s online tender move to cost newspaper £18k in lost revenue

In a move that will cost the Belfast Telegraph £18,000 in potential revenue, Mid Ulster District Council’s policy and resources committee last night (Thursday) decided that an online tendering system would be a better use of rate payers’ money.

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Hospice launch car raffle

Hospice launch car raffle

Southern Area Hospice Services are delighted to launch their 2017 Car Raffle which is being run in association with Saltmarine Cars and the Oaks Centre in Dungannon.

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Stop sexual harrassment

How to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace

Whether you’ve been physically or verbally assaulted, shrugging sexual harassment off as a bit of banter isn’t the right thing to do — especially when you’re at work.
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How To Make The Web Work

How To Make The Web Work

Over 50 local businesses from all sectors across Mid Ulster, attended the Council’s second free business workshop to learn how to make the web work more effectively for their business.

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Cllr Gavin Bell

Improvements to ‘substandard’ Mid Ulster B-road welcomed

Roads Service improvements to the road between Ballymaguigan and Ballyronan have been welcomed.

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Suspended jail sentence for Dungannon farmer who duped victims into buying ‘dangerously ill animals’

Suspended jail sentence for Dungannon farmer who duped victims into buying ‘dangerously ill animals’

A Dungannon farmer accused of ‘off-loading dangerously ill animals in the dark’ and duping an unsuspecting farming family has been handed a suspended prison sentence.

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'A shed full of gold ore' extracted from the Sperrins by Dalradian Gold

Dalradian ship 15,000 tonnes of Tyrone gold ore to US

Dalradian Gold has shipped 15,000 tonnes of high grade gold ore from its mine in the Sperrins to the US to be smelted down and sold.

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Henry Joseph-Grant

Magherafelt man 'one of the UK's most influential entrepreneurs'

Magherafelt man Henry Joseph-Grant has been named in the top 25 of the 2017 Smith and Williamson Power 100, which celebrates entrepreneurship.

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Home Bargains annouce charity partnership

Home Bargains annouce charity partnership

HOME Bargains has pledged to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, helping the charity continue its palliative care work for babies and young people in hospice and their homes throughout the country.

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