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11 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard
IF you're Irish and you head into the Kirkstall Hotel, chances are publican Tony Houlihan will make you sign a map of Ireland.
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Magherafelt has made a bold bid to stage the hotly anticipated super-council election count at Meadowbank Sports Arena, it has emerged.
Cookstown District Council Chairman Pearse McAleer surrounded by year 1 and 2 pupils from the Gaelscoil Eoghain Cookstown as they officially launch the St Patrick's Day celebrations to be held in the town on the 17th of March.
Ulster Unionist Councillor Robert Kelly said as an elected representative he feels that roads in the Cookstown District have been neglected with the result that they have fallen into disrepair.
For the past two weeks, discarded leaves, branches and other cuttings have been strewn across the road, having been cut down by a contractor thought to have been employed by a resident.
Police officers in the North have been urged to tighten personal security measures after an under-car bomb was found in west Belfast today.
The trial date has been set for three men and a woman charged with attending an alleged 'Real IRA' training camp in Co Tyrone which had been under security force surveillance.
Area commander Chief Inspector Jane Humphries: "Many people will be making the most of the long weekend and better weather to visit friends and family or take a short break so expect to see more traffic on the roads, particularly caravans and motorcyclists.
Cookstown UUP Councillor Sam Glasgow will retire next year when the new Mid-Ulster Super Council comes into place, but he is hoping that there will still be a 'Glasgow' representing the area.
An MLA has called for action over how parking is enforced Province-wide after revelations of what he called a "big disparity" from one town to another.
Hundreds of Northern Ireland-based jobs are set to be lost through the centralisation of driver vehicle licensing jobs to Wales, a move which Environment Minister Mark H Durkan has described as a "devastating blow" for the local economy.
Plans to build a new police training college at Desertcreat near Cookstown are understood to have suffered a fresh setback, with the contractor understood to be unable to progress with the project.
Police were justified in using Tasers during five separate incidents across Northern Ireland involving people armed with knives, the Police Ombudsman has found following investigations.
With St Patrick's College, Maghera, taking part in the MacRory Cup sports finals on Monday, TV Licensing is urging households to ensure they are correctly covered before watching the game.
A jury was sworn in today for the trial of a brother and two sisters accused of an alleged international property scam.