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Ballymena Chronicle and Mid-Ulster & Antrim Observer.
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The Mid-Ulster Mail is a newspaper based in Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern well as serving Tyrone, it also covers Magherafelt, County is published by Johnston Publishing (NI), part of Johnston Press who own thirty-seven Ballymena Chronicle and Mid-Ulster & Antrim Observer.
book across Ireland. Current editor is Peter Bayne and reporters are Patricia Devlin, Stanley Campbell and Gillian Mc t: Ballyclare Gazette, Belfast Morning. History. The Irish News is the only independently owned daily newspaper based in Northern Ireland, and has been so since its launch on 15 August as an anti-Parnell newspaper by Patrick MacAlister.
It merged with the Belfast Morning News in Augustand the full title of the paper has since been The Irish News and Belfast Morning News. The Irish News saw a. Mid-Ulster Mail, Cookstown.
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test. Login To My Account ; For Sale; Trades & Services; Motors; Announcements; Property. Magherafelt Library holds microfilm copies of the Mid-Ulster [from ] and also has a collection of local history books related to the South Derry area. The Local Studies Department at Ballymena Library also holds microfilm copies of the Ballymena Guardian, Mid-Ulster Mail, the Belfast News Letter and the Irish News.
According to Wallace in this book, the objectives were to tar paramilitary organizations with the brush of Satan, and to keep young people in at night, particularly in the vicinity of Army observation posts. Mid-Ulster Observer 3 Nov. ; Ballymena Chronicle and Antrim Observer 8 Nov.
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The Observer was an independent Sunday newspaper from its founding in until it was acquired by The Guardian in Many daily newspapers now have Sunday stablemates, usually with a related name (e.g. Johnston Publishing (NI) is a large newspaper group in Northern Ireland consisting of Mortons Newspapers and the News Letter, and is a holding company of Johnston Press.
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Jackie Hunt, Co. Tyrone. Added 14 hours ago. The death has taken place March 1st at the Foyle Hospice of Jackie Hunt 14 Gorticrum Road, Glenmornan. much loved brother of Mary (Hegarty) and the late Joseph, brother-in-law of Denis and dearly loved uncle of Joe, Gerard.The News Letter is one of Northern Ireland's main daily newspapers, published Monday to Saturday.
It is the oldest English language general daily newspaper still in publication in the world, having first been printed in  The newspaper's editorial stance and readership, while originally republican,  is strongly unionist.
Its primary competitors are the Belfast Telegraph .