Cookstown


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Cookstown

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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Having first worked alongside Liverpool FC in 2004, the club have kept a close relationship with those in Cookstown for more than ten years with help from the likes of Community Manager, Reverend Bill Bygroves, and Community Coach, Eddie Sullivan.
Ambassadors hit six at home to Dromore United while Goodyear won away to Ardstraw reserves, Cookstown Celtic won 4-0 at Southside Rangers and Knockmenagh Swifts put the reserves of Iveagh United out.
Construction contract for Rivers Agency s new Headquarters in Cookstown.
A thriving neighboring community to the city of Toronto, Cookstown shares the economic benefits of being in proximity to Toronto's economic engine generated by its over 7 million residents and its 16 million annual tourists.
Assistant Chief Constable George Hamilton said: "Following a proactive investigation by the PSNI's Service Improvement Department into alleged serious misconduct within a small team of officers based in Cookstown, two officers have been arrested and released on bail.
This man got up this morning to go to his normal day's work at Cookstown police station unaware that some callous individuals had placed a viable explosive device underneath his car," he said.
Brendan O'Toole, Fantech's managing director, explains: "The move to Cookstown Road is a significant step forward for the company.
The aim is to stress the quality and Irish provenance of Cookstown pork, according to marketing manager Colin Glennon, who claimed that Grampian only sourced top quality local meat for its Cookstown branded products.
Last Wednesday, July 26, a woman claiming to be a health worker attempted to kidnap a baby boy, one of twins, after calling at a house in the Westland Road South area of Cookstown.
The Cookstown action is for pounds 15,000 in damages and loss, for negligence and breach of contract.
He was gunned down at security gates in Cookstown, County Tyrone, in May 1983.
Five young men and two women were beaten by a gang in the loyalist Ballyduff estate in Newtownabbey and a 31-year-old man was "stable" in hospital after being shot in the leg by a gang in Cookstown.