A 48-tonne crane toppling over on Pigeon Top outside Omagh prompted a major operation over the weekend.
The SDLP’s longest serving councillor in Co Tyrone, Tony Quinn, has quit the party.
THE number of people in Tyrone claiming jobseekers allowance has continued to fall, latest government figures have revealed. A breakdown of the latest labour market statistics, show that Fermanagh and Omagh recorded one of the highest drops with 39 fewer people on the dole queue during March, a reduction of 2.3 per-cent compared with […]
Police in Cookstown have arrested and charged a 23 year old man with a number of offences including causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent and improper use of electronic communications to cause anxiety. He is due to appear at Limavady Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday. It is understood the charges follow a […]
A PILOT initiative run by the PSNI which was aimed at collecting the religious background of people in stop and searches failed to gain a response.
ONE final triumph to put the finishing touch to a season that has already proved so historic eluded St Ciaran’s Ballygawley in All-Ireland U-20 final.
TWO people have been arrested in connection with an armed robbery in Dungannon. Police said a newsagents on Perry Street had been robbed at knifepoint by a masked male, at around 7pm on Monday (March 27). The robber fled the scene on foot with a sum of money before getting into a waiting car at […]
A HOUSE in Omagh was the target of a bizarre attack involving eggs and flour last week. Police say the foodstuffs were thrown at the front and back of the house in the Meelmore Drive area on Tuesday evening between 6pm and 11pm. Constable Robinson said, “We would like to hear from anyone who […]
An Omagh native has penned an inspirational book about his 1,000 kilometre (650 miles) walk of the Ulster Way in memory of his wife.
Calls have been made for the installation of CCTV to combat widespread illegal dumping at a Co Tyrone beauty spot.