Coalisland Canal walk and treasure hunt

A Coalisland Canal walk and treasure hunt is set to take place.

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‘There’s no shortage’: John O’Dowd rejects Coalisland nursery school proposals

Education Minister John O’Dowd has rejected proposals to create a new nursery school unit in Coalisland – despite claims of  a severe shortage of places.

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Leave me breathless! Sharon Corr’s family hails from Coalisland

Musician Sharon Corr and her globe-trotting lifestyle may seem far removed from life in Coalisland – but the star has revealed her roots lie closer to home than many people know.

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Coalisland shoe-repair shop Everything Else on market for £85K

A shoe-repair shop in the centre of Coalisland has become the latest business unit to go up for sale in the town.

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Approved: Lineside supermarket development receives planning consent

Controversial plans to build a third major supermarket in the centre of Coalisland have been given the go-ahead.

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‘We’re watching’: Fly-tippers warned to stay away from illegal dumping hotspot

Fly-tippers have been warned that a Coalisland road plagued by illegal dumping is being monitored by council workers.

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Coalisland Special Olympics club to compete in first major medal event

The Eagles Special Olympics Club in Coalisland will compete in its first major track-and-field event next weekend.

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Horrid Henry and David Walliams among Coalisland Library’s most borrowed books


  • Most borrowed books, DVDs and CDs revealed

Horrid Henry and a children’s book by comedian David Walliams are among the most borrowed books at Coalisland Library, new figures reveal.

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Be careful the Coalisland cat! Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni bags locally made feline souvenir ahead of Euro 2012

His humorous broken-English musings have warned Irish football fans to beware the cat when it is not in the bag.

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Revealed: Vandalised Coalisland sign removed just weeks after being installed cost £4,000 to construct

Coalisland Canal signA Coalisland sign that was removed within weeks of being erected after it was damaged by vandals cost almost £4,000 to create, it has emerged.

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