Tyrone County, Northern Ireland Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Richard Curran: Time to say bye bye to ill-conceived Help-to-Buy housing schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 25 | Independent.ie

    'A relatively small number of builders signed up to Simon Coveney's Help-to-Buy Scheme, which faces the axe in the October budget.' Stock photo: Bloomberg It really does look like bye bye to Simon Coveney's Help-to-Buy scheme for first-time house buyers.

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  2. in Full: All 18 venues for 2017 Twelfth of July demonstrationsRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 25 | Larne Today

    All 18 venues across Northern Ireland which will host Twelfth of July demonstrations have been confirmed by the Orange Institution. It's the largest day in the parading calendar, with upwards of an estimated half-a-million people expected to participate or spectate in what is widely regarded as the largest annual festival in the Province.

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  3. 'We're very efficient at distancing ourselves in Ireland' - Are we...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 24 | Independent.ie

    Terrorist attacks across Europe will continue to "shock" Irish people, despite feelings of empathy fatigue at the ongoing news coverage, a leading psychologist has said. Terrorist attacks across Europe will continue to "shock" Irish people, despite feelings of empathy fatigue at the ongoing news coverage, a leading psychologist has said.

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  4. Brexit could discourage Inishowen students from Derry's NWRCRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Derry Today

    The chief executive of the Donegal Education and Training Board , Anne McHugh, has warned that Brexit may heap pressure on the southern education system if thousands of students who traditionally would have travelled to Derry to undetake further education at the 'Tech,' suddenly find themselves subject to prohibitive fees. Ms. McHugh, addressing the Seanad Brexit committee, warned members that southern colleges and even the Central Applications Office third level college application system could find themselves inundated if students from Inishowen and elsewhere in Donegal are hit by higher costs as EU citizens attending non-EU colleges in the North following the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union.

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  5. Man legally challenging deal with Tories vows to go all wayRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Belfast Today

    The Omagh man who has begun a legal challenge to the proposed DUP deal with the Tories has said that he will not be walking away from the challenge until either the DUP-Tory talks collapse or he has exhausted court options. Solicitors for Ciaran McClean, a mental health worker and Green Party candidate in the general election, this week served a letter before action on the government.

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  6. Work to start soon at Cookstown on major gas pipelineRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Midulster Today

    Cookstown will be the latest area to experience development works for gas connections as part of the multi-million pounds Gas to the West energy infrastructure project. It is expected that work will commence on July 17. SGN Natural Gas will be delivering natural gas mains, services and meters to nearly 40,000 customers over the next 40 years in eight towns across the west.

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  7. Weekly paper review: Boat row, 'elf n safety and dressy dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Newsday

    There's a disturbing headline on this week's Impartial Reporter. It reports that "human remains have been discovered in a garden" in Enniskillen.

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  8. Fears over UVF tribute banner at Dungannon Primary SchoolRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Midulster Today

    There have been calls to remove a banner glorifying UVF gunman Wesley Somerville that has been raised outside a Dungannon Primary School. The banner, which includes an image of two armed and masked men with the words: "Mid Ulster Brigade UVF, Moygashel.

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  9. Civic and church leaders inspired by WAVE trauma on the solsticeRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Derry Today

    Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Clergymen and civic leaders have this week paid tribute to a vital counselling service that's been providing outreach to victims of the 'Troubles' in Derry for 25 years. Creggan Parish Priest Father Joe Gormley, Archdeacon of Derry, Rev.

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  10. Trial begins of farmer accused of causing dad's death in tractor and cattle lorry crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Independent.ie

    A Tyrone farmer has gone on trial accused of causing the death by dangerous driving of his 69-year-old father. A Tyrone farmer has gone on trial accused of causing the death by dangerous driving of his 69-year-old father.

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  11. Sister of murdered schoolgirl slams Gardai, claiming they 'obstructed inquest'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | BreakingNews.ie

    The sister of murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson has launched a stinging attack on the Gardai, accusing them of obstructing an inquest into her sister's death. Making a direct appeal for the Garda Commissioner to hand over potentially key information, Kathleen Arkinson hit out at the perceived procrastination and delay preventing the case from concluding.

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  12. Arlene Arkinson's sister attacks An Garda Siochana for 'obstructing inquest'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | The Belfast Telegraph

    The sister of murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson has launched a stinging attack on An Garda Siochana, accusing the force of obstructing her inquest. The sister of murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson has launched a stinging attack on An Garda Siochana, accusing the force of obstructing her inquest.

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  13. Sister of murdered schoolgirl slams Gardai for 'obstructing inquest'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | BreakingNews.ie

    The sister of murdered Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson has launched a stinging attack on the Gardai, accusing them of obstructing as inquest into her sister's death. Making a direct appeal for the Garda Commissioner to hand over potentially key information, Kathleen Arkinson hit out at the perceived procrastination and delay preventing the case from concluding.

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  14. Four in court over police raids on organised crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | BBC News

    It follows raids at 20 properties across Northern Ireland - more than half of which were in Derry - that involved about 400 officers. The charges relate to assets worth more than A 1m that include property, cash, drugs and high value jewellery - including valuable Rolex watches.

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  15. Business as usual as Moy Park goes on saleRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 22 | Tyrone Times

    The head of Moy Park has moved to calm fears over the future of the business which has been put on the market by its owner. CEO Janet McCollum said it was business as usual for poultry giant firm which has been put up for sale by the debt-strapped Brazilian conglomerate JBS.

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  16. The SNP is not doing all that it can to help us uncover the IRA murderers of three Scottish soldiersRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2017 | Belfast Today

    Three Scottish Soldiers: from left, Dougald McCaughey, John McCaig, Joseph McCaig from the Royal Highland Fusiliers. The trio were murdered by the IRA in March 1971 in north Belfast The families of the Three Scottish Soldiers murdered by the IRA are concerned why the Scottish government seems reluctant to fulfil its duty and provide effective assistance to their campaign to uncover the truth about their loved ones' deaths.

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  17. Lost Genius: Book on tragic NI footballer hailed by Ryan Giggs wins top awardRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2017 | Belfast Today

    A book which tells the enthralling story of a Northern Ireland footballer hailed as "incredible" by Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has landed a major award. Forever Young: The Story of Adrian Doherty - Football's Lost Genius' details the extraordinary life and times of the Strabane boy who played junior football in Londonderry before heading to Old Trafford.

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  18. Drug searches taking place in EnniskillenRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2017 | Belfast Today

    Police in Co Fermanagh are currently carrying out a number of searches in connection with the suspected importation of drugs. Inspector Glen Latimer said: "Officers in the Fermanagh and Omagh District are committed to tackling the menace posed by illegal drugs and the misuse of prescription drugs.

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  19. Lodge Life: Fermanagh Twelfth to be broadcast live on BBCRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2017 | Belfast Today

    The Co Fermanagh Twelfth parade in Lisbellaw will be broadcast live next month, along with the annual Belfast procession, on BBC Northern Ireland The sight, sound and colour of the Lisbellaw parade will be showcased to a wider audience, in a first for Orangeism in the lakeland county. To facilitate the outside broadcast, Co Fermanagh Grand Orange Lodge are embarking on a major logistical exercise by moving the start time of the traditional main parade forward by over 90 minutes to meet requirements.

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  20. Over 3,000 new homes in past two yearsRead the original story

    Jun 14, 2017 | Derry Today

    Sinn Fein Councillor Tony Hassan has welcomed a new report showing that the local Council has overseen and approved 3,000 new homes in the past two years. The majority of the new housing developments given the go ahead since the Council took on new decision making powers for planning are private developments.

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