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DERRY CITY: City battle back to earn draw at Sligo Showgrounds

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£30k for Messines and Thomas Ashe commemorations

£30k for Messines and Thomas Ashe commemorations

A sum of £30,000 has been approved by Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Business and Culture Committee to mark the Battle of Messines and the death of Thomas Ashe among several other major centenaries due to take place this year.

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Accusation that Dublin is reneging on its commitment to North West as loss-making Derry bus is slashed

Accusation that Dublin is reneging on its commitment to North West as loss-making Derry bus is slashed

Bus Éireann’s Dublin to Derry bus route is being slashed because it has been “loss-making for some time”, however, Dublin’s been accused of breaching its “strategic commitment to develop transport in the North West” by not intervening to save the service.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry

Bail for man accused of beating and threatining to kill partner

A 22-years-old man accused of choking his partner, threatening to kill her and inflicting grievous bodily harm on her in the presence of her two young children on Tuesday, has been granted bail on condition that he reside outside Derry.

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IRISH LEAGUE: Morrow nets 'Stute's winner

IRISH LEAGUE: Morrow nets 'Stute's winner

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Western Trust warning on bogus callers in Derry

Western Trust warning on bogus callers in Derry

The Western Health & Social Care Trust have warned the public on bogus callers operating in the Derry area seeking cash to purchase medical equipment for Altnagelvin Hospital.

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Fined for steering wheel defect

Fined for steering wheel defect

A 42-years-old Derry man has been fined £60 after his taxi’s steering wheel was discovered to have been defective last year.

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Injured eye prevents fraud accused attending contest

Injured eye prevents fraud accused attending contest

A 49-years-old man from Edinburgh failed to turn up at Derry Magistrate’s Court to contest eight seven-years-old charges of fraud because he injured his eye last weekend.

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Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.

Man refused bail after arrest in city despite exclusion order

A 25-years-old man, arrested by police in Creggan two weeks ago on suspicion of driving while stoned, was in breach of bail conditions explicitly barring him from the city, Derry Magistrate’s Court has heard.

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WATCH: Mummy's Bhoy's ready to rumble at the Devenish

SEAN McGLINCHEY’s never been one to shirk a challenge and he’s staying true to form as he prepares to make his professional boxing debut on the ‘A New Era’ promotion at the Devenish Complex, Belfast tomorrow night.

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New tome on Derry surnames sorts your Dohertys from McLaughlins

New tome on Derry surnames sorts your Dohertys from McLaughlins

Brian Mitchell’s fascinating new compendium of Derry surnames will be a great addition to the libraries of genealogists and those citizens known by any of the 300 ancestral patronyms featured in the book.

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Unwelcome guest told
police to ‘f**k off’

Unwelcome guest told police to ‘f**k off’

A 34-years-old man who told police to “go f**k themselves” when he was asked to leave his brother’s house, where he had become an unwelcome guest last month, has been fined £100 after appearing at Derry Magistrate’s Court.

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‘Menacing 
message’ sent

‘Menacing message’ sent

Probation Officers will complete a Pre-Sentence report for a 21-years-old woman who has admitted sending a menacing message to a social worker.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Told PSNI: ‘I hope the ’RA blow you up’

A 34-years-old Creggan man who told police officers he hoped the IRA would blow them up when they reprimanded him about his behaviour on a drunken night out last month, has been fined £100 after appearing at Derry Magistrate’s Court.

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Derry graduates go from strength to strength with new ‘Scattr’ app

Derry graduates go from strength to strength with new ‘Scattr’ app

A young Derry start-up is making waves with a new ‘Pass the Parcel’ app. The app - called Scattr - has been developed by a team of five local graduates, all aged between 21 and 24.

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The bogus callers are going door to door claiming to be raising money for equipment for Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry.

Derry hospital scammer warning

Scammers are going door to door in Derry claiming to be collecting money for equipment for Altnagelvin Hospital, health chiefs have warned.

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Details of first RHI inquiry hearing

Details of first RHI inquiry hearing

The public inquiry into the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) will hold a preliminary hearing on Thursday 27 April at Stormont.

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Derry youth group concerned it will struggle due to funding cutbacks

Derry youth group concerned it will struggle due to funding cutbacks

A youth group on the outskirts of the city has warned it is currently struggling to deliver essential services to young people as a result of funding difficulties.

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18-year-old Dean Millar from Creggan.

‘Today was the day’

Relatives have spoken of their relief after it was confirmed today that a body removed from the River Foyle earlier this week was that of Derry teenager Dean Millar.

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Colr. Brian Tierney. (DER0314PG016)

‘Please stop throwing stones at buses’ plea

SDLP Councillor Brian Tierney has appealed to young people in the Galliagh area to stop throwing stones at buses in the area.

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