POLICE in Omagh have set a target of reduced road deaths by 60 per-cent within the next four years.
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50 YEARS AGO/1965: THE jury at two inquests were told that two men found by roadsides where they had fallen, and who died later in hospital, succumbed to natural causes. The jury returned verdicts in accordance with the medical evidence.
‘NEKNOMINATION’ is rife across the Omagh district but only on a limited basis, a local councillor has said.
AN OMAGH councillor has said the area’s spiralling problem with drug use is contributing to the deaths of a growing number of young people.
STRABANE District Council is seeking a meeting with the Roads Minister and the Office of the First and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) following two recent tragedies along the A5.
A FORUM of local Policing and Community Safety Partnerships have combined in a bid to address the rising number of road deaths and casualties on Tyrone’s roads.
DOUBLE killer John Gallagher says he has lived every day of the last 25 years in the shadow of his actions.
WEST Tyrone recorded one of the lowest rates of suicide in the North during 2012 it has emerged.
A 20-year-old man has admitted being responsible for causing the death of two Killyclogher teenagers in a road traffic collision in January 2010
AN Omagh teenager has denied causing the death of two local teenagers by careless driving just over two years ago. Thomas Hugh Martin Nugent (19) of Castleroddy Road, was aged 17, at the time of the fatal collision that claimed the lives of Paul McGrath (18) and Anthony Eugene McKenna (16).