THE organisers behind Castlederg’s home-grown music festival are putting to the finishing touches to what is hoped to be the biggest Dergfest yet. This year’s star studded line-up includes, to name but a few, world renown DJs Teddy Cream, Darude and Mark McCabe on Friday night, Country sensations Derek Ryan, Niamh McGlinchey and […]
HUNDREDS of runners and walkers will don blue colours in Castlefinn tomorrow night in memory of the late Adrian Devine.
Mr McCrossan wants to see Strabane and Omagh linked up with Derry to help advance access to the rest of the island and expressed his views on extendi
HIGH jump phenomenon Sommer Lecky said she has been inundated with messages of congratulations after jumping a new personal best in winning a silver m
A STRABANE priest has described the Pope’s imminent visit to Ireland as a time of “joy, expectation and hope”.
A GAY rights campaigner from Strabane has said the DUP leader’s speech at LGBTQ event in Stormont was both “hollow” and “false”.
AN accusation that Strabane was not represented during council’s recent trade delegation to the USA has been branded as “tittle-tattle”.
A LOCAL advocate for building preservation in Sion Mills has said council intervention with Herdman’s Mill is a necessary step to save the deteriorating building. In June the mill was set alight for the fifth time in five years, prompting considerations from Derry City and Strabane District Council to enforce an Urgent Works […]
THE first phase of a new £2.2million supported living facility could be completed by the end of next year.
A DECISION to by-pass Strabane courthouse as an alternative facility during the closure of Derry Court this summer has been criticised.