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Heaney’s Polish connection

Fans of the poetry of Seamus Heaney will be able to discover about his interest in Eastern European poets and poetry on April 28.

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IN PICTURES: A selection of photos from the Tyrone Times archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

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Carly is a lively and affectionate five-year-old Hound cross who is just one of the dogs waiting at Dogs Trust Ballymena on a forever home.

Trust offers advice in bid to rehome dogs

To mark this ‘National Pet Month’, Dogs Trust Ballymena are offering advice on responsible dog ownership in a bid to rehome canine residents.

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IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Tyrone Times archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

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Air Ambulance NI (Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye)

Air Ambulance issues call for fundraisers in Tyrone

Air Ambulance Northern Ireland (AANI) has issued a call for volunteers from Tyrone to support them with their fundraising activity for 2018.

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It was a night of celebration for Rotarians recently when they attended an evening in South West College where President Hugh Finnegan announced Maureen Hawe, from Castlecaulfield, as the 2018 Dungannon Rotary International Woman of the Year.

Maureen is the 2018 Dungannon Rotary International Woman of the Year

It was a night of celebration for Rotarians recently when they attended an evening in South West College where President Hugh Finnegan announced Maureen Hawe, from Castlecaulfield, as the 2018 Dungannon Rotary International Woman of the Year. Maureen is involved in many areas of service including Brownies, the Open Door Club, Castlecaulfield Presbyterian Church and Castlecaulfield Horticultural Society. She was the School Crossing Superintendent for Walker Memorial PS and previously had helped with the school meals in Blessed Patrick O’Lougrin PS. Maureen is also devoted to her neighbours and delivers them the local newspaper weekly.

A mum of two daughters and a son, she was joined by daughter Tracey on the night for the celebration.

Bernie McKenna, joint Chair of the Castlcaulfield Horticultural Society spoke to congratulate Maureen, to thank her for her contribution to the Society and to Castlecaufield, while President Hugh, congratulated Maureen on behalf of the Rotary Club, stating that she epitomises what Rotary is all about ‘Service above Self’. He wished her continued good health and happiness with all her endeavours.

It was a night of celebration all round as during the evening President Hugh and Rotarian Jackie Campbell were presented with Paul Harris Awards, the highest award Rotary extend.

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Aoibheann, from Glengormley, received a Bugzi to take home at the recent event hosted by the Mae Murray Foundation, Larne.

Mae Murray Foundation giving families a ‘Bugzi’ boost

Seven families with young children aged between 18 months and seven years have been given a ‘Bugzi’ boost.

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The HomePlace. (submitted image).

Young poets at the Homeplace

The Seamus Heaney Homeplace in Bellaghy will be the setting for an evening featuring up and coming poets.

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Ballymena Autism NI Family Support Group volunteers Launched the charities 'Making Sense of Autism' free Family Fun Day happening on Saturday 14th April in the Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena from 1-4pm.

Autism NI Free Family Fun Day

Autism NI will be holding a ‘Making Sense of Autism’ free Family Fun Day this Saturday, April 14, at the Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena.

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Busy time at Galbally Community Centre

Busy time at Galbally Community Centre

It’s all go at Galbally Community Centre.

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Carl Frampton cannot wait to deliver the bespoke garden pub! Credit �Press Eye/Darren Kidd

Carl Frampton: Why I can’t wait to deliver Harp ‘garden pub’ prize

Carl “The Jackal” Frampton say he’s loved teaming up with Harp Lager - and cannot wait to deliver the unique prize.

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IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Tyrone Times archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

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Plan your future at CAFRE Spring Open Day events

Plan your future at CAFRE Spring Open Day events

Looking for ideas for your future career?

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Students from St. Patrick's Academy received their Pope John Paul II Award. Photo by www.stillpoint.photo

Pope John Paul II awards event

Thirty-three students from St. Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon, received their Pope John Paul II Award at the Eight Annual Armagh Diocesan Faith Award Ceremony.

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IN PICTURES: Explore the Tyrone Times archive

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Wilko Johnson. (Pic credit:: Paul Crowther).

Homeplace to welcome Wilko

Singer, guitarist, songwriter and actor, Wilko Johnson will be coming to the Seamus Heaney HomePlace in April.

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Gerry's ready to make a marathon effort for charity.

Marathon effort for Children with Cancer

A Tyrone man is ready to make a marathon effort in London this month for Children with Cancer UK.

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Daniel Kerrwas successfully selected to receive a health and safety pack after he attended a health & safety workshop in Carrickmore.

Farm Family Key Skills workshops

A County Tyrone farmer has given his backing to the latest round of province-wide CAFRE health and safety workshops.

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Twelve youth projects in communities across Northern Ireland are set to benefit from �120,000 of funding to develop bespoke arts projects that promote positive health and wellbeing.

Tyrone youth art projects share in share in awards kitty

A drama based project for young people in Cookstown is among 12 youth projects set to share in a £120,000 kitty of funding. Twelve youth projects in communities across Northern Ireland are to receive funding to develop bespoke arts projects that promote positive health and wellbeing.

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