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SDLP MLA for Mid Ulster, Patsy McGlone, has repeated his warning to elderly and vulnerable constituents to always identify unexpected callers to their homes.
On November 19, 1971, Brigid Carr was walking to work on the Donegal side of the Border, near the bridge which separates Lifford from Strabane, when shots rang out.
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August 31, 1994 remains a hugely important date in Northern Ireland's history. It was the day the IRA committed to a cessation of all military operations, and the day that the possibility of peace, of change, of a new dispensation and a new Northern Ireland - one no longer defined by sectarian conflict and violence - became possible.
A leading trade unionist says new figures reporting Londonderry as the worst unemployment blackspot in the whole of the United Kingdom indict the Northern Ireland Executive.
Ambitious plans to transform Dungannon's The Hill of the O'Neill into a leading venue for outdoor concerts, events and festivals have been lodged with the planning office, Dungannon Council has secured funding for a A 1.5m open-air concert hall to be built on the site that belonged formerly to the Territorial Army.
In County Tyrone the demonstration will be held in Donemana. Twenty four preceptories from South Donegal, Omagh, Castlederg and Strabane will take part.
The father of a teenager killed in a riding accident choked back tears as he re-lived the horrifying moment his daughter was crushed to death by her own horse.
Stephen Wilson with members of Order of Malta Ireland Coalisland Unit before he sets off on his studies to become a priest in Maynooth.
A Killyman man who admitted to driving "after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in your breath exceeded the prescribed limit" has been disqualified from the road for two years and three months.
Married couples may promise to stick together for better or worse, but last year the Dungannon District experienced one of its biggest ever divorce rate rises, just as the economy is beginning to rebound.
A SOLDIER who survived the IRA's Ballygawley bus bombing in 1988 says he believes he and other ex-soldiers who served in Ulster, Iraq and the Falklands are the "forgotten heroes".
PACEMAKER BELFAST 17/08/2014 Sammy Brush Car Attacked A DUP councillor in County Tyrone has said his property has been attacked for the 39th time, after his car was damaged in an overnight attack.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 06:19 am
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