Police appeal for damaged Jaguar

POLICE in Omagh are looking assistance in locating a dark-coloured Jaguar which has made off from an incident in the Dunmullan area. The vehicle is believed to be damaged, as it is thought to have been involved in a collision. Anyone who comes across a damaged Jaguar please make contact with police on 101 and […]

Litter pick volunteers clean up the Tyrone countryside

LITTER pick volunteers were busy cleaning up rural roads around Tyrone’s beautiful countryside over the mid-term break. In Loughmacrory, more than 50 families collected 116 bags of rubbish, while in Drumquin a similar community initiative saw willing volunteers fill over 70 bags. Mid-Tyrone councillor, Pádraigín Kelly, who organised the Loughmacrory litter pick, said she thought […]

£1.2m scheme approved for Dean Maguirc College

A £1.2 MILLION scheme to provide additional classroom facilities at Dean Maguirc College in Carrickmore was approved by the Department for Education this week.   The replacement accommodation will facilitate four double mobiles and has been welcomed by the school’s principal, James Warnock.   “The replacement of the present mobiles has been one of my […]

Walking all over cancer in March

WITH the sun at their backs and a spring in their step, a wealth of local families and friends are looking forward to – quite literally – walking all over cancer this March.   That is because the intrepid exercisers are taking part in Cancer Research UK’s upcoming ‘Walk All Over Cancer’ event, which challenges […]

Popular bingo sessions go online

IT has been greatly missed over the past year, but the popular weekly Omagh St Enda’s bingo sessions are returning… to the virtual world.   Next Thursday night, March 4, bingo will be held in Omagh for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, but not in its traditional location at Healy Park.   […]