STRABANE’S new Chamber of Commerce President Martin Gallen says McDonald’s would need to ‘buck up their ideas’ with regards pay and contracts.
DESPITE the summer holidays coming to an abrupt end, children attending Gaelscoil Uí Dhochartaigh have perhaps more to celebrate than others.
GREENFIELD Home in Strabane looks set to avoid the axe in the forthcoming round of budgetary cuts within the Western Trust.
The latest edition of North-West Brides is on Newsagent Shelves now!
HUNDREDS of thousands of Rainbow Trout are believed to have entered local waterways after a Newtownstewart fish farm was significantly damaged in last
A CANCER survivor is this week urging people to take part in a sponsored walk which is due to take place next month.
PLANS are underway for necessary improvements to Castle Park ahead of next year’s Dergfest music festival.
DETECTIVES investigating the activities of violent dissident republican terrorists have out searches in Strabane.
FOR almost seven decades Raymond Kirk has worked in the retail business in Strabane.
PIONEERING surgery which involved the transplant of blood cells from a horse into a Strabane schoolboy has failed.