Magherafelt


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Magherafelt

(ˈmæhərəˌfɛlt)
n
(Placename) a district of N Northern Ireland, in Co Londonderry. Pop: 40 837 (2003 est). Area: 572 sq km (221 sq miles)
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Two pedestrian walkways linking a key shopping street with car parks in Magherafelt town centre have been transformed after a 202,000 investment.
David Brown, 54, served the community in Magherafelt, Co Derry, for 22 years and was promoted in 2012 to Crew Commander.
Helen Magherafelt are the fruit of fungi living below the ground.
The talented winger was out with locals in the town of Magherafelt, Londonderry, on Friday night, ahead of Portugal's Euro 2016 qualifier against Armenia next Saturday, and Federation officials put him on the first flight back yesterday.
Both are pupils at the Kilronan Special School in Magherafelt, Co Londonderry.
Mr Kelly, an MLA for Mid Ulster before its collapse and a councillor in Magherafelt, announced he would not be standing as a candidate again.
The Council currently operates a town cctv system and there is an existing central control room operated in Magherafelt. If applicable to the tender, site visits to the Magherafelt CCTV recording room will be facilitated via appointment only through Michael McCrory.
Guide Price: PS220,000 (shell finish) or PS240,000 (full turnkey package) with Montgomery Finlay & Co Contact 028 6632 4485 www.montgomeryfinlay.com 9 Oakvale Manor, Magherafelt Beautifully presented modern detached home situated in a popular and convenient location on the edge of Magherafelt.
The Termoneeny Running Club member, from Gulladuff, outside Magherafelt in Co Derry, ran a 5:44 min/mile pace.
Staff at Translinks Magherafelt Station are to run a gruelling 72.4 miles at the towns Meadlowland Shopping Centre to raise money for Cancer Focus Northern Ireland.
Doting dad Colin Doherty and his 15-year-old daughter Hannah were killed after their car was in collision with a cattle lorry between Magherafelt and Moneymore.
Patricia Bateson, 20, sister of former Derry player Declan Bateson, died after her car careered off the Springhill Road near Coagh, Magherafelt early yesterday morning.