Matthew McKeown is a part time lecturer at South West College, but he is also a past student of the college. In between times, he spent five years working in Australia, so if anyone is qualified to speak about how
It was a busy Autumn, with September and October providing plenty of gallivanting throughout the county to attend some of the most exciting sporting events of the year so far.
As usual we'll start with the GAA, and following Tyrone’s defeat
Halloween costumes have changed a lot over the years, moving with the times and reflecting popular culture in the decade they’re in. Back in the 1930's the rise of Disney had a huge impact on Halloween fancy dress, adding a
For most of us the image of homelessness is bleak and depressing, but also fairly alien. We picture homelessness as the cliche of someone in a sleeping bag on a street corner, with cardboard signs and a cup or a
The month of August provided plenty of thrilling sporting events to attend throughout the county and beyond which I keenly look forward to mentioning in this blog.
We begin with the GAA where old rivals Eire Ogs Carrickmore and Dungannon Eoghan
Renewable energy initiatives are in the news everyday, and few things have caused such a change in industry ideas and practices in recent years. Last year Britain went a full day without using coal to generate electricity for the first
As Tyrone prepare for their first All Ireland Final in ten years, Dromore's Niall Sludden talks about his memories as a young Tyrone fan, his admiration for the players that came before him, and how hard work and determination have helped
Once you’ve got you’re A-Level results it can feel like for the first time in your life your future is not being decided for you. Before then it can seem like you’re on an educational conveyor belt of primary school
Plenty of sports have been enjoying a summer break the last two months, but there was still plenty of local sport to enjoy in June and July.
We begin with GAA, and in football Trillick St Marcartan’s 100% start to the