REVELATIONS that a Castlederg PSNI Station is be retained in the face of Brexit have engendered mixed responses from local leaders.
A MAJOR overhaul of over 100 Housing Executive properties in Strabane is to take place in the coming months, alongside a £660,000 investment.
THE family of Castlederg boy Billy Caldwell say the 12 -year-old is in a ‘life-threatening’ condition in a London hospital.
RESIDENTS across Lifford are facing a potential health risk after chemical levels four times above the legal limit were discovered in their water.
A LOCAL photographer has hit out at the masses of rubbish at the canal in Ballymagorry, which he feels has left the area “like a dump.”
A DRUMQUIN-based firm has for the first time confirmed its intention to become the second tenant at Strabane Business Park.
ROYAL Mail has embarked on a “temporary solution” at it’s Strabane premises, following a number of complaints about non-existent disabled access. The sorting office or ‘customer service point’ on Castle Street is a listed building but as such, currently offers no disabled access. The Strabane Chronicle understands that this listed status could prove […]
A GROUP of concerned locals have met to voice their concerns over Sion Mill’s heritage, following latest blaze at Herdman’s.
ALMOST 170 more parking tickets have been issued in Strabane during the first three months of this year in comparison to the same period last year.
THE mother of a severely epileptic boy whose life-saving prescription for medical cannabis has been denied has called for answers.