Magherafelt Woman Appeals For Information On Beloved Horse
A MAGHERAFELT woman is appealing for information concerning the whereabouts of her ‘much-loved’ family horse which is feared to have been sold.
Anger Over Vandalism Of Pro-Life Poster
A PRO-life campaigner has expressed her concern over recent vandalism to the campaign group’s poster in Dungiven.
Youths Using Graveyard As Drinking Den
‘HAVE respect for the deceased’ - that was the message from Magherafelt PSNI after a group of youths were recently caught drinking in a local graveyard.
Second Public Meeting Held To Discuss Proposed Health Cuts Across Mid Ulster
THE Northern Western Trust has agreed to hold a second public meeting to discuss the future of medical services provision across Mid Ulster.
Concern Over Time Taken To Repair Potholes
A LOCAL resident has expressed his concerns over the length of time it has taken to repair potholes in Foreglen village.
Magherafelt-Born Brain Surgeon Revisits Former School
A COUNTY Derry-born brain surgeon, who featured in a televised documentary, recently returned back to where his career first began.
Galway Push Derry Further Into Relegation Trouble
DERRY are staring at a relegation dogfight from Division Two after Galway overran them in the closing stages of an epic contest in Tuam Stadium on Sunday where seven goals were scored and that only told half the story.
A Traditional Castle Experience At Lough Eske
BEFORE heading off to spend a night in Lough Eske Castle in Donegal, I did a little bit of light research online.
Dallat Urges Council To Back Magilligan Ferry Service
EAST Derry MLA John Dallat has urged the Causeway Coast and Glens Council to back the Foyle Ferry Service which he says has the potential to fill many empty beds in hotels, guesthouses and B&B facilities on the Causeway Coast and generate much needed income for other outlets.
Hoping to Go the Distance
EMMETT McCluskey is a regular visitor to Owenbeg. He is more than a visitor. With his son Conor being put through his paces with Derry minors, McCluskey senior is busy jogging laps of the spacious Derry training complex. He has been there watching every ball of his son’s career so far: “It is good to have him pushing and encouraging”, said the St Mary’s Magherafelt defender.
No Wonder We Love Talking About the Weather – It's Forever Changing
THE weather has and always will be a talking point for us living in the Emerald Isle. I accept it may not be the most stimulating of topics but let’s face it, we love it.
Concern Following News Garvagh Is to Lose Bank
ULSTER Bank is set to close nine of its 64 branches in Northern Ireland, including its branch in Garvagh.
Glen Cross Final Bridge
GLEN annexed yet another Ulster title with a powerful display of slick football to land a third successive Paddy McLarnon Cup in Creggan on Saturday afternoon. The well documented dominance at minor level has been backed up.
For Brien Out Loud
ANDY O’Brien was the difference maker in this game as Derry fell to their second defeat in succession.
Hughes Goes Viral With Spectacular Victory
Wow! That was the general con-sensus amongst the crowd at Belfast on Friday last as Paul Hughes won his BAMMA debut in absolutely spectacular fashion.
Overend Committed To Fight For A Better Education System For All Our Young People
ULSTER Unionist can-didate for Mid Ul-ster and Education Spokesperson, Sandra Overend, has expressed her deep concern for the future of education in Northern Ireland and if re-elected commits to continue to work for the benefit of children, young people and their families long into the future.
Public Meeting Called In Bid To Save Banagher Community Playgroup
LOCALS are being encouraged to attend a public meeting in Feeny tonight (Tuesday) to discuss the future of Banagher Community Playgroup.
Man Died In A&E After Waiting Almost 24 Hours For A Bed
Family Respond Toinquest Findings.
Why the Socialist Alternative?
IT is not enough to criticise the Stormont Executive, although criticise them we must for their numerous well documented failings.
Tea and Coffee Are Just About the Strongest Beverages That We Knock Back During Lunch.
Maghera Beauty Ditches Makeup in Quest for True Love
FOR some women going out in public wearing no makeup could be considered as their worst nightmare but imagine going on a blind date with no foundation, mascara or lipstick.
Castledawson Man the Face of Blood Cancer Awareness Campaign
A CASTLE DAWSON man who survived blood cancer twice has become one of the faces of a new awareness campaign.
Rampant Rainey U18s Clinch Regional Title
Rainey U18s 48 Coleraine U18s 7.
Love Is In The Air
Our guide to choosing the best romantic hotel for a Valentine’s night away Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time of year to show your loved one how much you care.
After Every Storm Comes The Rainbow
One local mother speaks out about dealing with child loss through miscarriage and stillbirth, as she and her husband welcome their very own ‘Rainbow Baby.’