Derry Journal

‘Friend of Gerry Adams’ tortured man and threatened to feed him to dogs

Crime
Michelle McPhillips with her son Jonathan James (JJ) who was fatally stabbed in London in February.

‘My son’s killing was completely senseless’

News
Foyle MLA Elisha McCallion is now set to fight for Westminster.

Elisha McCallion ‘honoured’ to be chosen as Westminster candidate

News
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‘Camp Jacko’ graffiti re-stencilled onto Foyle Bridge after removal

News

May Day March in Derry this weekend

News

Four arrested by police investigating Creggan bookies shooting

News

Council to write to DfC urging safeguards against sanctions

News
Daniel Hegarty was killed in 1972.

Relatives’ fury at plan to ‘protect’ British soldiers

News
Derry five piece Lavengro have released their debut single 'Take the Fall'.

‘Lavengro’ absolutely buzzing as new single goes down a storm

News
The Sligo Showgrounds will host Derry City's Europa League first round qualifier this summer, it's been confirmed.

Sligo Showgrounds confirmed as Derry City’s Europa League venue

Derry City
Derry City manager Kenny Shiels.

DERRY CITY: Shiels fed up with ‘rubbish’ excuses and wants players to ‘make it happen’

Derry City
St Columbs's College captain Oran Kelly holds the cup after winning of the NISFA U12 Cup during the  during the  NISFA Finals Day at Ballymena Showgrounds. (
Picture by Brian Little/PressEye)

NI U12 FINAl: Always G-Eoin to be the Hero!

Football
Derry's Dani Nic Aoidh who finished third at the Irish Pro Invitational in Limerick recently.

POWERLIFTING: World record breaker Dani

More Sport

Arsenal youth Jordan McEneff dedicates NI Schools’ Cup win to his big brother

Derry City

NW Cricket: Weekly Fixtures

Sport

Derry’s Parkrun celebrates 200th run!

More Sport

IRISH LEAGUE: Kevin Deery wants big Stute finish

Football
Paul Carrack

Mike and the Mechanics frontman Paul Carrack to play Derry

Music
Our Krypton Son (photo by Wrapped in Plastic Photography)

‘Cottage Sessions’ continue

Music

Muse and Biffy Clyro lined up for Vital

Music
New research from the NSPCC has found that four out of five children felt social media companies arent doing enough to shield them from upsetting, dangerous, and adult content.

Four in five kids feel social media companies are failing to protect them

Tech
An overweight child

Obese children ‘four times more likely’ to develop Type 2 diabetes

Health
Flight delay

Most common reason for flight delay compensation revealed

News