THE family of Kathleen O’Hagan, who was brutally murdered by loyalists 25 years ago, have met with the Police Ombudsman to call for answers.
“I STILL can’t believe I’m 100!” Kathleen McConville said with a smile, as she gazed upon the flurry of birthday cards that decorated her immaculate living room. Although it is unsurprising that the Tyrone centenarian – who boasted a sharp mind, great memory and fantastic sense of humour – lives in such a spotless home […]
A DISPUTE over whether the Omagh Half Marathon should be held on a Saturday or Sunday morning has arisen between race organisers and some traders.
TWO Omagh ladies have taken to the autumn skies to raise vital funds for charity, and to keep the memory of their dearly-loved friend alive.
A MAJOR conference looking at ways of combating rising poverty levels across the North is due to be held in Omagh next year.
FERMANAGH and Omagh District Council has decided against providing free car parking in Omagh town centre on the two weekends before Christmas.
FERMANAGH and Omagh District Council (FODC) will be offering a starting salary of more than £100,000 to its new chief executive.
Knife-wielding robbers escaped with a sum of money after robbing a business in Cookstown on Friday night.
“Whether it is verbal, physical, online or in-person, bullying has a significant impact on a child’s welfare.”
“Weekend road closures will be required at different stages throughout the project to facilitate carriageway resurfacing.”