WALKERS along Coalisland Canal have been greeted with the sight of rubbish thrown into the water in recent weeks which is endangering wildlife. A photograph posted on the ‘Friends of Coalisland’ social media page, showed the water course practically blocked with tyres and other debris at the High Bridge close to Derrytresk. Local conservationist Plunkett […]
PEOPLE and businesses across Tyrone are set to benefit from a pre-paid card to be used in shops on the high street. The new voucher scheme, which is expected to be worth between £75 to £100, will be rewarded to individuals rather than households as initially thought. It was previously suggested that £200 will be […]
BUSINESSES will be allowed to operate ‘click and collect’ services during the forthcoming Covid-19 two-week circuit breaker.
A MAN found by police “completely covered in blood” initially believed he had been shot, Dungannon Magistrates Court was told. However, it later transpired he had been stabbed multiple times during an “arranged meet” at Granville Industrial Estate. The details were revealed at a bail application hearing for the Aidan Holbrook (29), of Mullaghmore Road, […]
CASCADING Christmas lights and stunning projections which decorate the faces of some of our most iconic buildings helping to bring smiles and cheer.
INSPECTIONS of meat plants are vital to protect workers and secure the food supply amid the continuing uncertainty over Brexit and Covid-19 pandemic.
WALKERS and ramblers in Mid Ulster and further afield could soon have an exciting new route to explore.
THE Deputy First Minister believes the new severe restrictions are “necessary” and the “best hope of getting into the new year.”
The new Tyrone managers, Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher, have spoken of their hopes for the future as they begin three-year term.
A CARRICKMORE family who tragically lost their father to Covid-19 are holding a fundraising sledathon for “amazing” nurses who looked after him