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Gaeltacht Thireoghain are offering scholarships for their five day Gaelic Language and cultural week July 2 to 6.

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Bernie McKenna from Castlecaulfield Horticultural Society potting up a few herbs with Jenny McGetrick (TCV) at Castledawson Open Evening.

Allotments hold top Open Evening

Local gardeners from other allotment groups including Springhill, Cantogher and Castlecaulfield were given a warm welcome to Castledawson Allotments at its recent open evening.

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Indian Swami pictured during a visit with Chair Cllr Sean McPeake.

Celebrating the life and work of Sister Nivedita

An Indian Swamis has visit Hill of the O’Neill and Ranfurly house to celebrate the life and work of Sister Nivedita.

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The entire stock of SASS & BOHO had been stolen. Can you help?

SASS & BOHO candles stolen in burglary

THE future of a local candle company is in doubt after its premises were broken into and the entire contents of its stock stolen.

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Family, Friends, Colleagues and some of our local musicians gathered along side Lorna Watson (NICHS), Gary's niece Erin Foy, his daughter Zara Morris and Deputy Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Frances Burton to launch Bapper's Gig in aid of Northern Ireland Chest, Heart & Stroke on Saturday, August 4 at The Hill of The O'Neill.

‘Bapper’s Gig’ to raise funds for CH&S

A popular Mid Ulster swimming instructor, the late Gary ‘Bapper’ Morris’ will be honoured, remembered and his legacy celebrated with an forthcoming outdoor festival Bapper’s Gig: NI Rock N’ Roll Festival on Saturday, August 4 at The Hill of The O’Neill in Dungannon.

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Pupils from St John's Primary School, Kingsisland exhibit their science project at the RDS Primary Science Fair held at the Waterfront Hall.'Pictured are Primary 6 class. Their project was Does the size of a football affect the distance it can travel?

The ‘saints’ enjoy huge school exhibition

Schools from Tyrone attended one of the biggest events on the academic calendar.

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With the arrival of the warmer weather, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) is warning of the dangers and consequences of gorse fires.

Concerns after 47 gorse fires

With the arrival of the warmer weather, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) is warning of the extreme dangers and serious consequences of deliberate fire setting in the countryside.

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Sperrinview Special School accept the runners up award for the Best Kept Post Primary School. Pictured (L-R): John O'Hare, Doreen Muskett of the NI Amenity Council, Francis McCrory, Stephen Patton of George Best Belfast City Airport, Calum Bruce and Brian Kerr.

Sperrinview is Best Kept

Sperrinview Special School has been honoured as the runner up in the Best Kept Post-Primary category in the Southern Education Authority at the Best Kept School Awards, sponsored by George Best Belfast City Airport.

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Don’t miss a trick - be scam aware in June

If you were unfortunate enough to fall victim to a scam would you know who to report it to?

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Preparations are well underway for the 2018 Tyrone County Fleadh which is being held in Dungannon this week (June 17-24).

Visit Tyrone County Fleadh..!

Preparations are well underway for the 2018 Tyrone County Fleadh which is being held in Dungannon this week (June 17-24).

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Janine Mc Curran (Social Worker) and Samantha Ross from Dungannon at the Southern Health Trust Information Evening. (Submitted Picure).

Celebration of Foster Care

Southern Health and Social Care Trust has held a successful Fostering and Adoption information evening to mark Foster Care Fortnight.

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IN PICTURES: A selection of photos from our archive

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

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Cathy Chauhan, Product Development & Marketing Manager of Lough Neagh Fishermen's Co-operative Society, looks forward to presenting delicious natural produce at the Irish Game Fair at Shanes Castle, Antrim, on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 June when the Fair hosts the Northern Ireland heats of the prestigious Delicious Produce Awards.

Game on to find Delicious food champions

Local food heroes from across Northern Ireland are being challenged to step up to the plate by entering the national Delicious Produce Awards which annually honour the best in small-to-medium scale, artisan-produced food and drink.

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Members of Superstars Club who are celebrating after receiving almost �300,000 of National Lottery funding.

£300K for young people with learning disabilities

Local young people with learning disabilities and physical and sensory impairments are improving their lives, thanks to almost £300,000 of National Lottery funding.

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Work go ahead to bring natural gas to Coalisland

Work go ahead to bring natural gas to Coalisland

SGN Natural Gas have confirmed that the construction phase to bring natural gas to Coalisland began on Monday (June 4).

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Western Trust Volunteers with Jackie White, Director at Action on Hearing Loss Northern Ireland (far right), Geraldine Keys, Information Officer (2nd right top) and Mary Cruickshank, Hearing Aid Liaison Officer (2nd right bottom).

Vounteers are just Perfect!

A group of volunteers from the Western Health and Social Care Trust area have been recognised for their vital role delivering hearing aid maintenance and information to people with hearing loss across the Trust area.

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Calling for fundraising support are Charis Cancer Care Fundraising Director Veronica Morris with Claire Hughes Soir�e Society and  Owen Mulligan.

Croke Park meets Windsor Park Fundraising event

Local sporting hero, Owen Mulligan is joining Aaron Hughes in a Croke Park meets Windsor Park Charity Fundraising event.

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Re-evaluation call to business ratepayers

Re-evaluation call to business ratepayers

Businesses are being urged to submit evidence for business rates revaluation.

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Dungannon native Peter Quinn has been inaugurated as the 126th President of Engineers Ireland at the organisation's Annual General Meeting in Dublin on Thursday, May 31.

‘Voice of engineering’ title for Peter

Dungannon native Peter Quinn has been inaugurated as the 126th President of Engineers Ireland at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting in Dublin on Thursday, May 31.

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Roll up...roll up it’s market time!

Approximately 25,000 people visited the Cookstown Continental Market over the weekend.

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