CLASSMATES of teenager Lisa O’Donnell from Loughmacrory, who lost her life in a tragic traffic accident in December, have rallied together to raise money for a charity that raises awareness of safe driving and supports relatives of those who are killed on the road. The year 13 students at Sacred Heart College have also contributed […]
A GOALKEEPER who punched and kicked a referee during a local derby match has been told to bring his football career to an end.
AN illegal filling station and fuel laundering plant in Mountfield – suspected of selling illicit fuel for only £1.11 a litre – was dismantled by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on Tuesday.
The incoming chairman of Omagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) has welcomed newly released figures that indicate crime figures have gone down in the local district.
THE Roads Service invested a total of just over £10m in improving the infrastructure throughout the Omagh area during the past year.
Funding previously destined for the creation of the A5 road scheme could be reallocated to help finance the Lisanelly Shared Education Campus according to the First Minister Peter Robinson.
A STRABANE man has been acquitted of allowing his basement to be used by terrorists.
A GLEBE man who lost all sense of reason during a drinking binge before setting fire to his home in the village has been jailed for a year.
A 21-year-old Killeeshill law student who lost her twin sister in a school bus crash on the A4 has added her voice to the call for an immediate improvement of the A5 to avoid further tragedies. Natasha Murray and her sister Nicola, aged 16, were on their way to St Ciaran’s High School, Ballygawley on […]
TRIBUTES have been paid to John Joe Donaghy from Dungannon, who had a distinguished boxing career in the amateur and professional ring during the 1950s and ’60s.