THE political map of the north-west is set to dramatically change under proposals to redraw the electoral boundaries for Westminster elections.
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ALMOST 400 people turned out to donate at last week’s memorial blood drive, organisers have revealed.
PARENTS of some 300 children affected by the withdrawal of concessionary bus transport to Strabane Academy could take the case through the courts. The legal spotlight could yet be shone on the controversial decision by the Western Education and Library Board if it’s not resolved locally. The amalgamation of Strabane High School and Strabane Grammar […]
STRABANE District Council is looking to its neighbouring local government authority for support during the absence of its current chief executive.
A SPIKE in serious physical assaults in Strabane town in the last few weeks is a “worrying development” at a time when the emphasis is on driving down crime.
A STRABANE man, described by police as “a key player” in terror group Republican Action Against Drugs (RAAD), has been remanded in custody.
A SION Mills man believes the A5 public enquiry has been a “very worthwhile experience for all those who stand to be affected,” despite the cost now exceeding the £0.5million mark.
A FORMER Aghyaran singer will make her national television debut next week on TG4’s country music talent show, Glór Tíre.
AN OPEN public consultation day on the de-pedestrianisation of Castle Street was held in town last Friday in Strabane.