Cookstown


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Cookstown

(ˈkʊkstaʊn)
n
(Placename) a district of central Northern Ireland, in Co Tyrone. Pop: 33 387 (2003 est). Area: 622 sq km (240 sq miles)
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COMMUNITY football coaches from LFC's official charity, Liverpool FC Foundation have been supporting young people in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, by delivering a week-long soccer clinic.
Willowbank knocked out Taughmonagh YM, Cookstown Celtic beat Southside Rangers and Ballyvea beat Magheraveeley 2-1.
The construction contract is the next step in the process of relocating Rivers Agency from Belfast to Cookstown.
Ash Manor Cheese will give Dale Farm an established cheese grating, slicing and packing operation which will complement Dale Farm's existing cheese making and packing capacity at Dunmanbridge, Cookstown.
NYSE:SKT) and RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust hosted an official Ground Breaking Ceremony today to announce that construction has begun on the expansion of Tanger Outlets Cookstown.
Five other PSNI officers from the same team in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, have been moved to other duties within the force, said police boss George Hamilton.
The suspected dissident republican murder bid in Cookstown, Co Tyrone is the third failed booby trap attack against security force personnel in Northern Ireland in less than a week.
After just five years, Fantech Ventilation Ireland has relocated to a new unit on Cookstown Industrial Estate in Tallaght, Dublin.
Grampian Country Food Group is rebranding its Cookstown pork product range, which is a staple in Irish supermarkets.
The latest development follows last week's attempt by a bogus health worker to snatch a fiveweek old baby in Cookstown - just 25 miles away.
The 12 stores are at Ballyclare, Bangor, Coleraine, Cookstown, Dundonald, Enniskillen, Kilkeel, Newtonards, Omagh, Strabane and Shore Road and Westwood in Belfast
Mr Kane further claims, in documents lodged at Cookstown Magistrates' court in Ulster, that Cunningham then sold him an investment policy, after moving to a company called Donald Campbell & Partners.