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Graffiti attacks on chapels slams SF’s abortion policy

Chapels in Omagh and Armagh have been daubed with graffiti attacking Sinn Fein’s abortion policy ahead of the pending southern referendum on the matter.

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Checking out the new defibrillator in Coagh are Les Ross (Tamlaght), Carmel Lyttle (Stewartstown Health Centre) and members of the Curran family.

Defibrillators installed in Coagh and Drummullan

Defibrillators have been installed to serve the communities of Coagh and Drummullan thanks to the efforts of a local community group and support received from people in the wider area.

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The view from a sand barge after a dramatic rescue on Lough Neagh

Men ‘lucky to be alive’ after dredging pontoon sinks

Two men are ‘lucky to be alive’ after a dredging pontoon sank on Lough Neagh this morning.

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Disguise ‘tore off’ masked man

A mother and daughter were allegedly woken by a masked man carrying a knife as part of ongoing “bad blood” between families, the High Court heard on Monday.

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Tyrone manager Mickey Harte. 'Picture by John Stafford/PressEye.com

GAA distances itself from Tyrone manager Mickey Harte’s pro-life campaign

The GAA has moved to distance itself from the launch of a pro-life campaign led by the Tyrone Gaelic football manager Mickey Harte.

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Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

These are the people most wanted by police forces in the UK in relation to alleged sexual offences.

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Woman 'shocked' after wedding ring and cash stolen in overnight break-in

A burglar slapped a woman across the face and demanded money during a break-in on Sunday in Coalisland.

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Inspector Danny Walsh and Constable Glyn McGarry receive 'Trauma Teddies' from Gordon Kinloch (project co-ordinator) and members of the MUVE project.

Police officers in Mid Ulster to carry ‘Trauma Teddies’

Police in Cookstown are to use special teddy bears to comfort young children they meet when responding to incidents such as road traffic collisions and domestic incidents.

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More support for families facing benefit sanctions needed - McGlone

More support for families facing benefit sanctions needed - McGlone

More support is required for families facing benefit sanctions, including home visits for families with children before any sanctions are imposed, Patsy McGlone has said.

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Sinn Fein's Francie Molloy

‘All must embrace spirit of Good Friday Agreement’ - Molloy

All parties must embrace spirit and letter of Good Friday Agreement.

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Mum and sons cleared of waste offence

A Co Tyrone mother and her two sons accused of keeping and treating more than 7,000 tonnes of waste had the charges against dismissed last week.

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Drugs and cash seized by police in Pomeroy last week. Pic by PSNI Cookstown

Police praised for seizing drugs in Pomeroy

Police have been praised for seizing illegal drugs and a substantial sum of cash during an anti-drugs operation in Pomeroy.

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Bike ownership is lowest in NI

Bike ownership in Mid-Ulster is the lowest in Northern Ireland a new report has revealed.

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Weather warning: Thunder and lightning affecting parts of Northern Ireland

Thunder and lightning is affecting parts of Northern Ireland, the Met Office has warned.
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WATCH: Rob Herring's statement on behalf of Ulster players following the IRFU review decision

Senior Ulster player Rob Herring has said the group has to move on following the decision by the IRFU to revoke the contracts of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.

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Family of murdered taxi driver still wait for justice 16 years on

The family of a taxi driver murdered 16 years ago have issued a fresh appeal for information in a bid to bring those responsible to justice.

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Laying flowers at the scene where Marian Beattie was found murdered 45 years ago

Help to bring Marian’s killer to face justice

On the 45th memorial of the murder of Portadown girl Marian Beattie, her brother Gerard is asking for the public to help bring her killer to justice.

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Car dealership targeted by burglars in ‘ram raid’

Car dealership targeted by burglars in ‘ram raid’

Police have asked for assistance in relation to a ram raid at a Dungannon car dealership in which a number of high value vehicles were taken.

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Union Place car park, Cookstown. Pic by Google

Council set to pilot ‘Pay On Foot’ car park

A ‘pay on foot’ model is set to be introduced in one off-street car park in Magherafelt and will be used to determine if the same model is to be applied to other areas across Mid-Ulster.

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Money raised in memory of Portuguese man

Money raised in memory of Portuguese man

The Portuguese Consul and the family of a man who died suddenly visited the Portadown British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland (BHF NI) shop to hand over money raised in his memory.

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