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.
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.
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.
Cookstown Ulster Unionist Councillor Trevor Wilson has condemned the actions of bonfire builders in the Bogside area of Londonderry, who "caused widespread offence by placing the names of murdered police and prison officers on a bonfire before setting it alight."
The unity and love that existed in Omagh prior to the terrorist bomb atrocity has endured and will ensure a bright future for the town, a Presbyterian minister has said following the 20th anniversary commemoration.