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Man exposed himself to two young girls

A Magherafelt man who was said to have exposed his genitals to two eight-year-old girls and an adult female, was given a four-month suspended jail sentence at the local Magistrates Court.

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A soldier surveys the aftermath of he IRA attack on an army bus at Ballygawley, Co Tyrone, which killed eight of his colleagues and injured 19 others on 20 August 1988. Photo: Pacemaker

‘Stop wasting generations in bloodshed’

A survivor of the Ballygawley bus bombing - which took place 30 years ago on Monday - has urged people across Northern Ireland not to ‘waste’ any more generations in bloodshed but to “get on and live” and make the most of the potential the people and beautiful countryside.

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Man attempted to kick officer in police van

Man attempted to kick officer in police van

A south Derry bakery worker who attempted to kick a police officer while he was being conveyed to Dungannon custody suite, was given a two-month jail sentence, suspended for two years, at Magherafelt Magistrates Court.

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Social Bee NI Director, Louise Brogan, is one of the Top 50 Advisors selected by Enterprise Nation and is the only accredited trainer throughout Northern Ireland.

Social Bee NI opens ‘She Means Business’

Social Media Consultancy, Social Bee NI, has launched a series of social media workshops aimed to equip female entrepreneurs the Dungannon area with the skills and knowledge needed to drive the online presence of their businesses.

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Embargoed to 0001 Monday February 05''File photo dated 26/01/18 of UK five pound, ten pound, twenty pound and fifty pound notes with one pound coins, as a think tank has said that that successive generations have received more from Britain's welfare system than they have paid in - with baby boomers seen as major "welfare winners". PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday February 5, 2018. The Resolution Foundation said a serious debate is needed as to how the welfare state should be funded in a sustainable way. See PA story CITY Welfare. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

New venue for Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice Mid Ulster have changed venue in the Coalisland area due to the upcoming closure of the current venue, Community Centre Western House, the organisation has secured a new location.

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Comhaltas branch set up in Cookstown

Comhaltas branch set up in Cookstown

Comhaltas Ceoltóiri Éireann, the community organisation responsible for the promotion of traditional music, dance and language has formed a new branch in Cookstown.

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