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Boy, 8, killed in two-car crash

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Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Sean McPeake is pictured launching the first ever Tafelta Festival,

Gearing up for the first ever Tafelta festival

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Water mains upgrade could cause disruption

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Work completed on bungalows

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Roadshow will provide advice on dementia

Health

Co Tyrone renal nurse wins top RCNi award

Health

‘Play day’ event set for Ballyronan Marina

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Job losses as Poundworld closes in Cookstown

Business

Joe Mahon takes an inspiring trip round the shores of Lough Neagh

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Summer of victories for Magherafelt girl

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NI Railways to increase crackdown on anti-social behaviour

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The new parking regulations will be enforced from March 5, 2018.

New car removal and clamping regulations start today

Transport
Snow has affected various parts of Northern Ireland this week

Slow thaw expected as Beast from the East loosens grip

Transport
The collision occurred shortly before 6am on Thursday.

Woman hospitalised after Glenshane Pass collision

Transport
Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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Wall damaged in hit and run near Swatragh

Crime
James Leatherbarrow and his wife Emma. James was a survivor of the IRA bomb attack on an army bus at Ballygawley in 1988 and has overcome PTSD to move on with his life.

Veteran: I tried to take my life twice – my salvation was in people

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Burglar.

Witnesses sought after tools stolen

Crime

Motorist doing 37mph in a 30mph

Crime

Our Adam takes top academic award

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Councillor Sean McPeake Chair of Mid Ulster District Council meets with pupils from St. Patricks Primary School, Mullinahoe at the animation project launch.

Animation Project success for schools

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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

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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

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Who makes the final call if your child's school needs to close due to snow?

Education

Job losses as Poundworld closes in Cookstown

Business
Chris Donnelly, Sales Executive at Donnelly Volkswagen Van Centre; Daniel Grimes, Swisher Hygiene Services; Terence Donnelly, Executive Chairman Donnelly Group and Seamus Grimes, Manager Swisher Hygiene Services.

Swisher Hygiene celebrate 20 years with Donnelly Group

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The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

Farmers warned of overhead power lines

Business

MLA warns of Brexit’s ‘catastrophic impact’

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Councillor Frances Burton with Sidney Oliver, William Reid and Sandra Reid enjoying a sit-down in the field at Ballygawley

Ballygawley: intimate Twelfth gets World Cup fever

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Twelfth Parade in Castlederg Co Tyrone  (L-R) Raymond Kerrigan, Gordon Hamilton, Ken Roulston and Ernest Kerrigan LOL 773 Killen District No 12. Picture by Brian Little

Castlederg: pride in ‘firm stand’ during Troubles

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Magherafelt Council

Council’s bonfire format ‘open to abuse’ say loyalist group

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Mid Ulster Council votes to join campaign against Israel

Politics

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business

Residents shocked by Traveller site plans

Environment
Construction on the first phase of the A5 project should have already begun

Scope of legal challenge to A5 road project widened

Crime

Major pollution incident after massive slurry spill

Environment

Roadshow will provide advice on dementia

Health

Co Tyrone renal nurse wins top RCNi award

Health
James Leatherbarrow and his wife Emma. James was a survivor of the IRA bomb attack on an army bus at Ballygawley in 1988 and has overcome PTSD to move on with his life.

Veteran: I tried to take my life twice – my salvation was in people

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Beyond the Battlefield Chairman Robert McCartney pictured at the office in Newtownards.'Picture By: Arthur Allison. Pacemaker Press Belfast 05-07-2018.

Veteran: suicide seemed only way out – now I help others

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Vulnerable older people in housing need are among the target groups under Supporting People.

Missed calls had placed users at risk

Health