Declan Quinn alleged hit and run: Victim ‘signalled car to stop’

Coalisland hit-and-run victim Declan Quinn was murdered after his second cousin drove straight at him as the victim raised his arms for the car to stop, the High Court has heard.

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£165K Coalisland business space for sale

A major Coalisland town centre retail space worth £165,000 has gone up for sale.

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Coalisland man among Ronan Kerr murder arrests

A 22-year-old man from Coalisland is among the five men arrested today in connection with the murder of Constable Ronan Kerr.

Update: All five men were later released without charge.

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Cousin accused of Coalisland hit and run murder

The second cousin of Coalisland hit-and-run victim Declan Quinn has been charged with his murder.

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West End star Fra in second global hit

Fra Fee: A West End star

His father Frank is a local theatre veteran, making regular appearances in both Coalisland’s CRAIC Theatre and Donaghmore’s Bardic, but 24-year-old Fra Fee has hit the big time in London, starring in Les Miserables, the second West End show of his career. Full story »


Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

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Street bonfire blaze in centre of Coalisland

A bonfire blazed in the centre of Coalisland late last night after bags of rubbish and metal were set alight in the middle of the street.

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More street trading areas planned for Coalisland

Shopping in Coalisland could soon receive a boost as parts of the town are set to be licensed to allow street trading.

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Could the Olympic torch be coming to Coalisland?

The Olympic torch could be passing through Coalisland next summer in the run up to the London 2012 games.

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Police ombudsman’s office appeals for information

The police ombudsman’s office has appealed for witnesses to an argument between a motorist and police.

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