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Cookstown man denies assault and damaging toaster and front door
Richard Michael Martin Purvis, 33, from James Street, is alleged to have damaged a toaster and front door belonging to a man who he is also accused of assaulting on September 22. District Judge John Meehan fixed the contest date on April 28 before adjourning the case to reappear at Dungannon Courthouse on April 11.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Community to have say in Ann Street project in Dungannon
THE ANN Street area - which was once a busy hive of trade and community life - is to be given new potential as a "hub" linking the town centre with the West of Dungannon under exciting new proposals being considered by the council.
Cookstown man admits disorderly charge after street fight
Joseph Eamonn Patrick Curran, 26, from Greenvale Drive, admitted the charge at East Tyrone Magistrate's Court on Friday last.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Fr. Aloysius McCourt 'will be sadly missed'
He may have realised his vocation later in life than most of his ilk, but I always reckoned that he was priest in all but name.
Mid Ulster a major hotspot for copper thieves cutting down electic poles
The Mid-Ulster area has become a hotspot for metal thieves as NIE have reported that over half of all incidents in the last 12 months, occurred in Mid-Ulster.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Video: Cookstown missionary Maud Kells on her return from DR Congo
Cookstown missionary Maud Kells has been reflecting upong the past six months in the Democratic Republic of Congo which has been a prosperous time for the mission station.
INF's century-spanning show
One of Dungannon's largest friendly societies, boasting thousands of members over the years and a renowned marching band, is launching a multi-media exhbition in the Ranfurly Arts Centre.
Pomeroy man charged with indecent behaviour
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Families call for justice 25 years after Coagh IRA killings
The family of one of three men gunned down by the IRA 25 years ago today in Co Tyrone says his family are still desperate to get answers and justice.
Almost 1,000 self-harm cases at Antrim A&E
There have been almost 1,000 cases of self-harm presented at Antrim Emergency Department in the last 12 months.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Mum still loves son who killed his father and tried to strangle her
THE heartbroken mother of a Tyrone GAA star told him she loved him after he was convicted of killing his father - but cleared of murder.
'Incredible amount' of community work
Robert McCann,owner and Kelly McCann, manager of McCann s Mace Greenisland . INCT 10-749-CON McCann's Mace has been named as a finalist in Musgrave Retail Partners 'Store of the Year Awards' which take place at the Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle.
Obesity death toll lowest in Mid Ulster
For the fifth year running, the Mid-Ulster area has reported the lowest rate of death from obesity in Northern Ireland.
Former Tyrone minor captain guilty of father's manslaughter
Self-confessed teenage killer Sean Hackett, who shot his 60-year-old father Aloysius 'Wishie' Hackett, has been acquitted of his brutal murder, but convicted of manslaughter, by reason of 'diminished responsibility'.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
RBL Women's Section
On Friday 21st March, the Women's Section of the Cookstown R.B.L are holding their annual dance.
Woman charged over Black murder alibi
A woman has appeared in court charged with perverting the course of justice by providing a false alibi for a suspect in the murder investigation of prison officer David Black.
Tyrone man Sean Hackett 'did not have a mental illness' when he shot his father, court told
Former Tyrone GAA player Sean Hackett was capable of making rational judgements when he shot his father dead, a court was told yesterday .
Sandvik's Dungannon relocation set to create 150 factory positions
More than 150 manufacturing jobs have been moved to Sandvik in the Dungannon District, as the Swedish company shifts production from a site in England.
A 1 million to ease pressure on Dungannon schools
OVER 1million is set to be invested in six Dungannon District schools to ease pressures on the local educational system.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
More 'welfare cases' opened across SELB than in Belfast
More children have been referred to education welfare officers under the Southern Education and Library Board , than any other ELB area since 2009.