Tyrone District Journalist - Louise Cullen
Louise Cullen has family connections from both communities, stretching far back into Tyrone and Fermanagh.
After graduating from Queen's University in Law & Accounting, she abandoned plans to become a tax consultant in favour of helping people tell their stories.
She spent a year with GMTV at the Reuters bureau in Belfast, before joining BBC Radio Ulster.
Her one-year move to Fermanagh in 2002, to launch Radio Ulster's News in The West service, became seven and a half years on air.
During that time, she covered the drama of the South-West hospital decision and the end of emergency services at the Tyrone County in Omagh, as well as Bill Clinton's visit to Fermanagh, Belleek Pottery's 150th birthday and a host of other stories.
Outside work, she enjoys crosswords and reading, as well as weight-lifting, dancing, travelling and collecting fabulous shoes.
Omagh looks to the future as bombing anniversary nears
On the Saturday afternoon of August 15th, 1998 a bomb exploded in Omagh, killing twenty-nine people, including a woman pregnant with twins.
Since then, the town has been managing to move on from those terrible times.
Its been transformed with environmental improvement schemes.
A huge development on the Derry Road, promises hundreds of jobs and the town has ambitions to become a city by 2025.
Tyrone District Journalist, Louise Cullen, has been looking at the plans for the town's future.