Current Omagh News
Roads schemes announced for Omagh area - The Ulster Herald
THE Roads Service invested a total of just over £10m in improving the infrastructure throughout the Omagh area during the past year. A special meeting of Omagh District Council has been told that a number of major schemes totalling around £350,000 are ...
Wed, 15 May 2013 09:31:50 GMT
Report into Omagh bomb claims atrocity could have been prevented - Irish Times
The Omagh bomb could have been prevented had intelligence services on both sides of the Border shared crucial information in the run-up to the atrocity, a report into the 1998 Real IRA attack has claimed. Twenty-nine people, including a woman heavily ...
Wed, 01 May 2013 21:45:27 GMT
Kenny 'happy to meet' bomb families - Belfast Telegraph
"They will make the arrangements to meet with the Omagh relatives prior to the meeting themselves and, in due course, I will be happy to meet with them as I did before," Mr Kenny said. "The truth is what is required here." The Taoiseach said justice ...
Wed, 08 May 2013 17:26:18 GMT
Omagh boss cautious despite perfect start - The Ulster Herald
SOLID foundations are being set in place for a good season at Healy Park after Omagh continued their 100 per cent winning start in Division One yesterday at the expense of Greencastle, but St Enda's manager Sean Meyler insisted that only small strides ...
Sun, 12 May 2013 19:32:34 GMT
John Prescott: Hillsborough disaster and Omagh bombing show that out of ... - Mirror.co.uk
At 3.10pm on August 15, 1998, a car bomb exploded in Omagh, killing 29 people and injuring 220 others. Tony Blair and the then Northern Ireland Secretary Mo Mowlam were both out of the country, so I flew over as Deputy Prime Minister to see what we ...
Sat, 04 May 2013 23:03:21 GMT
Omagh mountain bikers speak out over Gortin Glen traps - BBC News
Mountain bikers using Gortin Glen near Omagh have reported that they are encountering dangerous obstructions across their trails. Omagh mountain biker Noel Mullen, who uses the glen's trails, said the first traps began to appear about a year ago. At ...
Mon, 29 Apr 2013 17:20:35 GMT
G8 boost for Omagh hotel - The Ulster Herald
SOME of the international delegations attending the G8 Summit in Co Fermanagh next month look likely to be based in Omagh. The Silverbirch Hotel confirmed yesterday that it has received a block booking during the dates of the conference but would not ...
Thu, 09 May 2013 11:26:33 GMT
Planners approve 'shared education' school in Omagh - Belfast Newsletter
Up to six schools with 3,700 pupils are expected to be based at a former Army barracks in Omagh, Co Tyrone, Stormont's power-sharing government revealed today. The relic of the region's 30-year conflict is to be transformed into a 126-acre development ...
Fri, 03 May 2013 11:31:23 GMT