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Sinn Féin will have new leader in time for First Dáil milestone

Sinn Féin will have a new leader before the 100th anniversary of the election of the First Dáil next year.
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Damage.

WWI artwork vandalised in suspected hate crime

A WWI artwork in the Fountain has been vandalised in what police are treating us a hate crime.
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David McDaid has signed for Larne

Ex-Derry City striker David McDaid signs for Larne

Former Derry City striker David McDaid has signed for Bluefin Sport Championship strugglers Larne.

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TNI’s own NW-based staff should paint parking bays to cut waits instead of using Belfast contractors

TNI’s own NW-based staff should paint parking bays to cut waits instead of using Belfast contractors

TransportNI could alleviate long waits for disabled parking bays in Derry by using its own staff to paint them instead of relying on Belfast-based contractors.

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Niall McGinn

Which club is most likely to sign free agent Niall McGinn?

Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn is a free agent after ending his tenure with Korean club Gwangju and could be on his way back to Scotland.
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New Derry Under 20 manager Mickey Donnelly pictured during his reign as Tyrone minor manager.

DERRY GAA: Donnelly is new Derry under 20 manager

Former Tyrone minor manager Mickey Donnelly is the new Derry Under 20 manager after being ratified at a County Board meeting on Friday night.

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Tonnes of rubbish lifted
from Strand Road lanes

Tonnes of rubbish lifted from Strand Road lanes

Tonnes of rubbish have been lifted and back lanes physically secured with locks in the Strand Road area following a major clean-up operation necessitated by the ongoing scourge of fly-tipping.

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SDLP Councillor Shauna Cusack.

Thousands of Derry homeless can have a say on housing shake-up

The thousands of Derry people who are homeless or in housing stress are being urged to have their say on a radical review of the social housing allocation system that proposes scratching intimidation and temporary accommodation points from the process.

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PSNI

Man arrested in Creggan raids released

A man arrested during police raids in Creggan this morning has been released.
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Craig Thompson, aka YouTube sensation Mini-Ladd, at Judges Road last week.

YouTube sensation takes City of Derry Global!

Dubai born but Derry bred, Craig Thompson is not an average 22-year-old.

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Derry street cleaners achieve first ever ‘perfect’ score in Britain in Bloom 2017 for ‘outstandingly clean’ city

Derry street cleaners achieve first ever ‘perfect’ score in Britain in Bloom 2017 for ‘outstandingly clean’ city

Derry’s street cleaners have achieved an incredible result in this year’s Britain in Bloom awards by sweeping the city ‘outstandingly clean’ and earning the first ever ‘perfect’ score in the competition’s history.

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VIDEO: Hollywood movie star Liam Neeson backs festive fundraising campaign for NI Hospice

Hollywood star, Liam Neeson, has donned a brightly coloured Christmas jumper in a video designed to raise awareness of the Northern Ireland Hospice's festive fundraising campaign.

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Stormont.

SDLP calls for Sinn Fein to publish details of failed talks

A Derry SDLP councillor has called on Sinn Féin to publish the details of the failed talks process at Stormont.

Politics
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is a prequel to the original Harry Potter books/films.

Harry Potter fans split over new movie casting

The title and cast of the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them has officially been revealed by Warner Bros.

TV and Film
The Christmas lights will officially be switched-on in Derry on Thursday November 23.

Derry Christmas lights switch-on: Traffic and travel information

The Christmas lights in Derry will be officially switched-on on Thursday November 23.

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‘Heavy-handedness’ raised after Creggan Saoradh activist’s arrest

‘Heavy-handedness’ raised after Creggan Saoradh activist’s arrest

Independent councillor for The Moor, Gary Donnelly, has accused the PSNI of ‘heavy-handedness’ after two pensioners were caught up in raids in the Creggan area on Friday morning.

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Photo: Bren Whelan

Coillte u-turn on Lis Na Gra woodlands

Representatives from Coillte have given a verbal agreement to local environmentalists that they will look at an alternative route into the woodland at Lis na Gra in Muff.

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‘Nobody wants to see a return to hard border’, says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson has issued a new call for the EU to give the green light for the second phase of the Brexit negotiations to begin.

Politics
‘Death-drivers’ using the north of the city as a race track will kill

‘Death-drivers’ using the north of the city as a race track will kill

Someone will be killed if criminal ‘death-drivers’ who habitually use the large estates and country roads around the north of the city as a race track aren’t put off the highways.

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Pictured at the launch of the Derry Journal Christmas Toy Appeal were, from left, Arthur Duffy, Editor of the Derry Journal, Firefighter Darren Duffy, Lieutenant Julia Mapstone, Salvation Army, Geraldine Gallagher, Derry Journal administrator, Ella McCallion, Area Vice-President, St. Vincent de Paul, Firefighter Andrew Eakin and Firefighter Sean McGroarty. DER4617-137KM

Derry Journal Christmas toy appeal 2017 launched

The significant increase in the demand for food banks, tells its own story prior to Christmas and, therefore, at this time of year, the ‘Journal’ is again appealing to the North West public to dig deep and help make a local child’s Christmas extra special.

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