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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The Police Service of Northern Ireland said: "Detectives from PSNI major investigation team investigating the deaths of three teenagers at the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown on Saint Patrick's Day have arrested two men aged 52 and 40 earlier today, Tuesday, 19 March, on suspicion of manslaughter.
Cookstown High School posted on Facebook: "Please speak with your child concerning the dangers of the game."
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.
Brendan O'Toole, Fantech's managing director, explains: "The move to Cookstown Road is a significant step forward for the company.
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.
Earlier, a group calling itself the Loyalist Action Force said it was responsible for the Cookstown device.
The Cookstown action is for pounds 15,000 in damages and loss, for negligence and breach of contract.
Oxford Sunnyside against Rathfriland Rangers is another to keep an eye on with Richhill AFC hosting Cookstown RBL, Seapatrick going to Dungannon Swifts Under-20s and Ambassadors hosting the young guns of Warrenpoint Town.
PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton said: "I can confirm that a third teenager has now sadly died from injuries sustained during an incident at the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown last night.