Sion lady Jean Mullen was honoured recently when a surprise tea party was organised to recognise her achievements.
COUNCILLORS hailing from Derry City have agreed to take part in a walking tour of Strabane and Castlederg.
FORMER senior coroner for Northern Ireland, John Leckey, who presided over numerous high profile inquests across the north west has died.
The new weed-out of Strabane town centre is ‘only a small step in the right direction’ says MLA.
AN operation date has now been booked for the young Strabane boy who needs to travel to Turkey for life-changing surgery for scolosis.
FROM this Friday, 16 and 17-year-olds across the North will be able to receive their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Regional vaccination centres and walk-in clinics across the country will be providing walk-in Pfizer first jabs for the age group from August 6, as recommended by The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). […]
BY PAUL McELWEE THE Ambulance Service has apologised after a woman who collapsed at a church in Aghyaran was forced to wait nearly an hour-a-half for a response to the 999 call. The incident happened while the woman was attending a funeral at Termonamongan Chapel. She collapsed at the altar and the church was cleared […]
Northern Ireland vaccine certificates are now available for those travelling abroad up to and including August 17.
ONE of the first things most people did when emerging from the mundanity of lockdown was to get themselves groomed. Hairdressers and barbers throughou
By Alan Rodgers LATE scores from Peter Harte and Darren McCurry fired Tyrone to their 16th Ulster title thanks to a nerve-wrecking victory over Monaghan by 0-16 to 0-15. The Red Hands had to show all their guile and experience to close out an enthralling provincial decider before an attendance of 18000 at Croke Park. […]