The Eagles Special Olympics Club in Coalisland will compete in its first major track-and-field event next weekend.
- 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.
Be careful the Coalisland cat! Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni bags locally made feline souvenir ahead of Euro 20127th June 2012 | By: brendan64 | Comments Off on 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.
Revealed: Vandalised Coalisland sign removed just weeks after being installed cost £4,000 to construct6th June 2012 | By: brendan64 | Comments Off on Revealed: Vandalised Coalisland sign removed just weeks after being installed cost £4,000 to construct
A 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.
He was the local lad who “made it” in the world of acting, having clinched a West End role in Dirty Dancing before moving on to musical giant Les Misérables in London’s Queen’s Theatre.
But now Fra Fee has gained what many aspiring actors can only dream of – an exciting movie role alongside Tinseltown’s biggest stars in a film which will make movie history.
The true extent of Coalisland’s drugs issues can be revealed today as new figures show drugs worth a total of £50,000 have been seized in the town.
Tom Duffy’s Circus is set to return to Coalisland for the first time in over five years.
Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.
‘They know they’re in for a rough ride’: PSNI boost police presence in Coalisland ahead of public meeting on drugs30th April 2012 | By: brendan64 | 1 Comment »
The PSNI has boosted its policing presence in Coalisland as a result of the public outcry over the town’s drugs issues, it has been revealed.
Young people from CRAIC Youth Theatre filled the Oaks Centre in Dungannon to surprise shoppers with an energetic flash mob performance.