UNEMPLOYED people from across Strabane are being urged to apply for a special bursary scheme to train alongside the crew taking part in the 2015-16 Clipper Round The World Yacht Race.
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Jason Barr and the Strictly dancers take rehearsals to the extreme – they are pictured here practicing for the...
From left: Chris McCreery, director of the Northern Ireland Science Festival; Malcolm Love; FameLab trainer and Fergus...
Winners of the junior section of the Enviromental Youth Speak 2015: Ceola Harte, St Catherine’s PS 3rd place, Niamh...
Scotland’s most popular singer-songwriter Isla Grant makes a welcome return visit to the Alley Theatre this Saturday, February 28 for the now traditional tour.Read more ›
As part of the ‘Let the Dance Begin’ celebrations an exciting Flash Mob Dance took place all over Strabane on Valentine’s Day with school children, dancers and business from around the town taking part and celebrating Strabane in all its glory.Read more ›
Newtownstewart Drama Festival returns this weekend for its 22nd year with eight nights of top quality drama coming to the stage in the Northwest.Read more ›
Stand-up comedian PJ Gallagher has described the Alley Theatre as one of the best venues in the country, ahead of his appearance in Strabane tomorrow night (Friday).Read more ›
LOCAL training organisation Craft has stepped up from bronze to silver position in its Investors in People status.Read more ›
A STRABANE girl is to cycle 50 miles later this month (Sunday, February 22) to support a project that tackles poverty in Tanzania.Read more ›