Tyrone County, Northern Ireland Newswire

Tyrone County, Northern Ireland Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Tyrone County, Northern Ireland.

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  1. GAA star changing sides for charityRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Tyrone Times

    Allianz Football League Division 2 Final, Croke Park, Dublin 24/4/2016 Tyrone vs Cavan Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh and manager Mickey Harte celebrate after the game Mandatory Credit INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh lent his support to a Cycle Against Suicide spin-off this month - even though it was the Armagh leg and it took all he had to handle the orange jersey. The talented Tyrone player has joined his manager Mickey Harte in urging people to get on board with the worthy cause.

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  2. Library event celebrates womenRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Tyrone Times

    The 'Women Aloud NI 2017' event will be held on Wednesday March 8 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm and everyone is welcome. This event will be hosted by writer Maura Johnston and will feature women writers including Kate Newmann, Joan Newmann, Roisin McAuley, Sive Haughey, Margaret McGarvey and Carol Doey.

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  3. Peru Two Michaella McCollum hits the beach for some informal unposed bikini photosRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro

    One half of the Peru two has returned to Spain for the first time since she was caught smuggling drugs. And wait, what's this? There just happens to be a photographer on the beach? Wow, what a startling coincidence.

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  4. House prices remain steady for Larne and Carrickfergus areasRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Larne Today

    In terms of individual property types, the University report highlights that all sectors of the market have continued to experience annual rates of price increase with semi-detached houses at A 121,994, detached houses at A 189,982 detached bungalows at A 178,438, and apartments at A 80,720. For Northern Ireland as a whole the new Ulster University research indicates a decrease in the average house price of 1.3 per cent over the year and 2.6 per cent over the quarter to A 150,778.

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  5. Mid Ulster house prices jump almost 15% despite overall downward trendRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Tyrone Times

    The average cost of a house in Mid Ulster has grown almost 15 per cent to just over 142,000 in the last year, according to new Ulster University research. The university's quarterly house price index, which was carried out in conjunction with Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Progressive Building Society, also shows how detached bungalows have bolstered figures.

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  6. Tyrone car trader sold clocked cars with fake service historiesRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Tyrone Times

    An Co Tyrone motor trader has been fined 500 at Omagh Magistrates Court and ordered to pay two customers compensation of totalling 2,540 after selling them clocked cars with false service histories. In a case brought by Trading Standards, which is part of Department for the Economy, Kieran Patrick Maguire of Glendore Park, Omagh pleaded guilty to five charges under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

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  7. Award winning author visits the children of Carrick PrimaryRead the original story

    Tuesday | Lurgan Today

    Award winning author and storyteller Lari Don, will visit the children of Carrick Primary in Lurgan tomorrow as part of the Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour. Lari will share her love of myths, folklore and adventure stories with more than 1500 pupils from Belfast, Randlestown, Cookstown, Lurgan, Ballyclare, Lisburn and Londonderry.

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  8. Major food, fuel and retail development at airportRead the original story

    Tuesday | Newtownabbey Today

    The contract to build on the 1.6-acre site was awarded to building and civil engineering contractors, RJ McKelvey Ltd of Castlederg, County Tyrone. RJ McKelvey saw off competition from several other firms to win the contract which will help maintain approximately thirty construction jobs over the next seven months.

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  9. Pub bombings families will be represented by lawyers for free againRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | IcWolverhampton

    For the long-running issue over legal aid funding has yet to been concluded, despite a recent U-turn by the government which appears to pave the way for a resolution. A four-strong team will represent nine families at the hearing at the Civil Justice Centre in the city centre.

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  10. Work begins on A 2.5m retail development at Belfast International AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Belfast Telegraph

    "This is a home-grown company awarding a contract to another local firm, and that means it's a win-win for the local economy." Developer Moorefield Contracts said RJ McKelvey Ltd had the right level of know-how and experience to complete the privately-financed construction project.

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  11. Michelle O'Neill condemns fuel laundering following cousin's convictionRead the original story

    Monday Feb 20 | Midulster Today

    Responding to the criticism Ms O'Neill was asked by the BBC if she would condemn anyone in fuel laundering "I don't have a problem with that, I absolutely condemn anyone who has been involved in fuel laundering or criminality," she said. Gareth Malachy Doris, 39, of Gortnaskea Place, Coalisland, had denied fraudulent evasion of duty but was found guilty at Dungannon Magistrates' Court last week.

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  12. Sinn Fein leader O'Neill called on to condemn fuel launderingRead the original story

    Monday Feb 20 | Belfast Today

    Michelle O'Neill has been urged to personally speak out about fuel laundering after revelations her cousin was one of those convicted of involvement in the scam. Gareth Malachy Doris, 39, of Gortnaskea Place, Coalisland, had denied fraudulent evasion of duty but was found guilty at Dungannon Magistrates' Court last week.

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  13. Movie review: Oyelowo, Pike breathe life into star-crossed lovers in - A United Kingdom'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Athens Banner-Herald

    The opening subtitle, "Based on a true story," can cover a multitude of movie sins, but in "A United Kingdom," it unlocks the door to a romantic drama that grows more remarkable by the minute. While lovers faced with daunting obstacles is a dramatic tradition going back to Romeo and Juliet, if not further, the real-life barriers facing Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams when they fell in love in 1947 London were unusually intimidating.

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  14. House prices spiked by 11 per cent in Derry and Strabane last yearRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | Londonderry Today

    House prices in Derry spiked by 11 per cent over the past year - the highest increase in the North, according to the latest statistics from the Department of Finance's Land and Property Services. The average price of a home in Derry City and Strabane stood at 108,464 in the last quarter of 2016 , which was still the lowest figure anywhere in the North.

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  15. Fresh round of protests against Brexit on Tyrone borderRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | Midulster Today

    Farmers, business people and local politicians have joined other members of the new campaign group "Border Communities Against Brexit and will attend a protest today at Moy Bridge, Aughnacloy at 10am. Paul Gibbons, a spokesperson for the group said that people living in border counties do not want to see a return to the days of border checks.

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  16. Tyrone electrician picks up driving banRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | Tyrone Times

    An electrician has lost his licence for six months at Magherafelt Magistrates Court for being in charge while having consumed excess alcohol. Twenty-year-old Ross Burns from Aghindarragh Road, Augher, was also fined 250 arising out of an incident at Rainey Street car park in Magherafelt on November 19 last year.

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  17. Cliftonville, Glentoran share spoilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Sky Sports

    Levi Ives' Cliftonville and Nacho Novo's Glentoran faced off in front of the Sky Sports cameras. Pic: Matt Mackey / Press Eye Cliftonville and Glentoran shared the spoils as the Northern Irish Premiership returned to action in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

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  18. Police renew appeal for witnesses to serious motorbike crash in DonaghmoreRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Midulster Today

    Police are reissuing an appeal for witnesses and information following a one vehicle serious road traffic collision involving a green Honda motorcycle on Saturday, February 4. The incident took place at approximately 12.45pm on the Pomeroy Road, Donaghmore and police said they would particularly like to speak to the man who phoned Dungannon Police Station on the evening of February 14 with information regarding the road traffic collision Sergeant Brady has also appealed to any motorists who were on the Pomeroy Road between 12.30 and 12.45pm and may have witnessed this road traffic collision to get in touch on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 590 04/02/17.

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  19. Learning from Patient ExperienceRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Midulster Today

    The Southern Health and Social Care Trust has hosted a special celebration event to share and learn from some of the Best Practice across Allied Health Professional Services. Allied Health Professionals is the name given to the group of health care staff distinct from nurses and doctors, who offer a wide range of services and support to patients and clients.

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  20. Clonoe Martyrs rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Irish Republican News

    Sinn Fein's new northern leader has said there should be no hierarchy of victims as she spoke at a vigil in memory of four IRA Volunteers who were gunned down in an SAS ambush in a churchyard in Clonoe, County Tyrone. Hundreds attended the dignified ceremony, including relatives of those killed, which was followed by a rendition of the Irish national anthem.

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