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Omagh

(ō`mä), town (1991 pop. 14,627), Omagh dist., W Northern Ireland, on the Strule River. The town is a farm market. Dairy products are processed and shirts are manufactured. The discovery in 1995 of silver and gold in the bogs of Omagh led to a conflict between proponents of economic growth and advocates of environmental protection.

Omagh

1. a market town in Northern Ireland. Pop.: 19 910 (2001)
2. a district of W Northern Ireland, in Co. Tyrone. Pop.: 49 560 (2003 est.). Area: 1130 sq. km (436 sq. miles)
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Speaking ahead of this evening s meeting between TransportNI and Omagh District Council, the Minister said: A wide range of maintenance and road improvement schemes is planned or already complete in the Omagh District Council area.
However, Omagh families are unhappy with Sir Peter's findings, claiming that in the wake of the bombing, information on the identity of perpetrators was not passed to Omagh police officers.
Mr Kerr said DNA swabs showed Hoey had an "active role" in preparing the device used in the Omagh explosion and he was "fully aware" it would be used to kill or injure.
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We did what we had to do, we scored two goals and Omagh only managed one effort on target.
The PSNI said that the man had been charged by detectives from the Omagh bomb investigation team with providing property of use to terrorists.
Police said he had been charged by the Omagh bomb investigation team with providing the Vauxhall Cavalier car which exploded in Omagh.
The call to a detective in Omagh was made on August 4, 1998, 11 days before the bombing, but the details were not passed on to local police.
It tells the story of the Omagh Support & Self Help Group (Omagh Victims Group) as they strive to find the truth of what happened that day.
It claimed Special Branch failed to pass on a tip-off of a threatened terrorist attack in Omagh on the day the Real IRA detonated the car bomb in August 1998.
Amongst the representatives from Omagh who are attending the special pre-prerniere charity performance is Donna Marie McGillion accompanied by her husband Garry.
TREBLE winners Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea have agreed to play in Omagh in aid of the town's appeal fund.