Coalisland-based company Geda Construction has won a major contract to construct a new £1m reservoir to supply water to homes in Antrim.
A bomb-factory uncovered in County Armagh last year allegedly involving a Coalisland man was part of a wider terrorist plot, the High Court has heard.
A luxury housing development that became trashed by vandals and thieves when it was abandoned after the property crash has been put up for sale.
The Eagles Special Olympics Club has held a launch party to celebrate becoming an official athletic group.
Last week’s lotto numbers were 11, 16, 20 and 24. There were no jackpot winners. One matched three numbers; Sean Hughes. Next week’s jackpot is £525.
Huge crowds gathered at a public meeting in Coalisland in a bid to tackle the town’s growing drugs problem among young people.
Residents in Coalisland are to gather this evening for a further public meeting to discuss how to tackle drugs in the town – and Coalisland Post will be covering the debate live.
The PSNI has said identifying who rented a Mountjoy Road garage where a weapons dump was found days after Constable Ronan Kerr’s murder could hold the key to catching his killers.
‘Our young people will be taken away and kneecapped’: Fears of vigilantism as drugs problem sweeps through Coalisland26th March 2012 | By: brendan64 | 6 Comments »
Residents in Coalisland fear neighbourhoods could resort to “vigilantism” if the town’s growing drugs problem is not tackled soon.