A BEAUTIFUL new piece of public art is to be installed in Sion Mills in the coming weeks, a collective effort which is the end product of a “massive” amount of work.
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Strabane fashionista Lynsey McGarrigle. STRABANE designer Lynsey McGarrigle will be among the fashionistas casting a...
Gary Baird from GB Garden Centre with little Billy Caldwell. WITH an igloo set to arrive next week, the finishing preparations...
Ryan singing at the 2013 Eurovision. Ryan Dolan has cast his musical hat into the ring for the 2015 Eurovision Song...
Fashionistas from across the district are set to descend on the Fir Trees Hotel this Friday night for an extravaganza of all things en vogue.Read more ›
THE Strabane branch of NFU Mutual has won an award for their Macmillan Coffee Morning event.Read more ›
Ever wondered what is it to be content? Well according to a new survey, silver foxes know exactly how it feels. New research assessed the lives of 2,000 respondents to discover at what age we are most happiest, as well as the age which stresses us out most. The myth of the more mature among us sitting in armchairs waving sticks and complaining is now banished, as the study revealed we actually get happier, not grumpier as we age. Those of you who may be feeling a bit down today and fretting about getting older should have no fear – […]Read more ›
MACMILLAN Cancer Support will once again benefit from the proceeds of the Annual Knockavoe Bed Push from the bottom of Newtownkennedy Street (in Strabane) to the summit of Knockavoe (972ft overlooking the town) this New Year’s morning.Read more ›
Big-hearted Daniel O’Donnell has agreed to perform at a dance for the first time in 23 years in order to help a young Killygordon boy’s fight to be able to walk.Read more ›
Snow White – amongst others – were on hand on the day to give young patrons a glimpse of what life is like behind the curtain at the multi-award-winning building. A range of free activities, including lucky dip, face-painting and workshops in costumes, wigs and theatrical make-up allowed children to sample the inner machinations of a working theatre. The Alley’s technical team were also on hand to show children the ropes of producing a stage show. Tours of the Alley also took place every half hour. “Six tours took place in total and in each of those tours had 15 […]Read more ›