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Omagh supermarket relaunches after major investment

A SUPERMARKET at the heart of Omagh’s town centre has been officially relaunched after a £700,000 facelift. SuperValu, which supports 42 jobs in the area, is now home to a

Cemetery patrols as thefts from graves resume in Stewartstown

A BIZARRE trend of thefts from graves has resumed in south Tyrone, causing serious distress to relatives in the run-up to Christmas. Over the last number of years, dozens of

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Rudolph Run under starter’s orders

PREPARATIONS are well under way for the annual Rudolph Run taking place tomorrow from Eskra Community Centre at 12 noon. The popular festive event organised by Knockmany Running Club and

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Galbally’s Murphy seeks early Christmas present

THERE is an air of excitement around Galbally this week as the countdown begins in earnest to their seminal Ulster Final clash against Corduff this weekend. For the players, their

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Local comic and promoter Ro Boyle is bringing a number of his well-known funny friends to Strabane’s Alley Theatre for some laughs during the annual silly season. This show is

Notes from the Boneyard: Reattachment blues – part 2

After leaving the warmth of the bar, I walked for some time before realising that the night was still in its infancy. I wasn’t quite ready to hit it on

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