Council narrowly passes motion on equal job rights for former political prisoners

Councillors have narrowly voted in favour of a motion to ensure equal employment opportunities are given to former political prisoners in the Dungannon borough.

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Tension over Coalisland railway land

A row has erupted between Dungannon council and a Coalisland homeowner over an disused plot of railway land in the town.

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DOE says sorry to Brackaville residents

The DOE has apologised to homeowners after sending letters that claimed controversial plans for a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville had failed.

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Brackaville supermarket plans fail

Plans to build a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville have failed after developers did not provide additional information on time.

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Opposition to Brackaville supermarket mounts

Opposition to the construction of a new supermarket and filling station in Brackaville has gathered pace, with up to 10 homeowners so far voicing their objections to the plans.

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Checkout wars: Now plans for a FOURTH ‘supermarket’ in Coalisland emerge

Plans for what could be Coalisland’s fourth supermarket have been sent to the planning authority for approval.

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Councillors reject Coalisland street trading plans

Proposals to licence three new areas for street trading in Coalisland have been rejected by councillors.

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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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Opinion: Media “virtually” tricked by Perry Street

It’s a scene none of us ever imagined we’d see – the Minister for Social Development gleefully having his picture taken on a deeply depressing recession hit street pretending everything was just fine…whilst the journalists watched on fondly.

 

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