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Last few tickets remaining for Tommy Tiernan at the Forum

Tommy Tiernan looks forward to coming to Derry. And given that two of his three shows have sold out next weekend, Derry, it seems, looks forward to having him, too.

Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

Tumble out of bed and book your tickets for 9 to 5 NOW!

What a way to make a living!

The late Eric Cooke will be remembered at a a fundraising event this weekend.

Charity night in memory of well known umpire Eric

The family of a Derry man who passed away just days after contracting Sepsis in 2014 are appealing for greater awareness around the illness.

Catherine McCann pictured at North West Regional College Hairdressing Salons where she will have her entire head shaved for charity by hairdressing lecturer Deborah McDaid. Also pictured are students Michelle Duffy, Jessica McColgan, Courtney Clarke, Emma Duffy, Michaela Doherty and Tara Duffy.

Catherine to have head shaved LIVE on Facebook

A lecturer in hairdressing at North West Regional College at Strand Road will completely shave the head of one of her closest friends, live on Facebook, in a bid to raise money for Cancer Research.

Glenoe, County Antrim

Picture Special: Nineteenth century Ireland has been revealed in a series of photochrom postcards

The spectacular images show still familiar sites and locations

Pictured at the recent uCode17 computer programming competition in Letterkenny Institute of Technology are the Category Two (over-14) First Prize winners from St Cecilias College and St Josephs, Derry.  Leanne McFeeley, Ciaran Norris and Ryan McKeever are pictured with Michael Murphy, Captain of the Donegal GAA team, and their teacher, Claire Mc Dermott.

Coding success for St Cecilia’s and St Joseph’s students!

A number of Derry students enjoyed success recently at a third level computer coding competition in Donegal.

Year 13 pupils from Derry ~ Londonderry and Strabane  area enjoyed a taster session at the University. Pictured L-R: Megan Hegarty (St Cecilias College), Braonan Walker (St Columbs College), Patrick Hamill (St Josephs Boys School), Caitlin OConnor (Thornhill College), Rory Loughrey (Strabane Academy), Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston, Jordan McAneny (Holy Cross College), Nicole Forbes (Holy Cross College).

Derry students gain insight into life at Queen’s

A Derry principal has given her backing to a scheme which offers young people who may be less likely to attend university a chance to experience third level education.

The Bishop of Derry, Dr Donal McKeown, and the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, Rt Rev Ken Good.

Derry bishops to undertake joint walk

Two bishops from the North West are to take part in a number of events this year, including a 30-mile joint-walk, to promote reconciliation in the community and highlight their shared Christian witness and heritage.

Young people from REACH across who took part in the recent Group Residential at Tobermore.

REACH Across hold successful Spring Contact Programme

As many as 110 young people from across the North West have completed a Spring Contact Programme with local youth group R.E.A.C.H Across.

Dr Andrew McDowell - Lecturer in Stratified Medicine (Oncology). (Photo: Nigel McDowell/Ulster University)

Major acne research programme underway at Altnagelvin

Ulster University scientists based in Derry are leading a three year research programme to discover new ways to treat one of the most devastating forms of the common skin condition acne.

Seminar for those who want to do business in London

Seminar for those who want to do business in London

People from Derry who are interested in doing business in London are encouraged to attend an event in Magee tomorrow (Wednesday).

Michael and Cathly Quigley pictured with their marmalade award.

Derry couple win major marmalade award!

A Derry couple are celebrating after becoming award winners in a global marmalade competition.

Ten things to look out for this weekend.

10 things to look out for this weekend

Whether it’s Elvis or horse racing, there’s plenty to see and do this weekend.

A pet dog

One year on from law change 450,000 dogs still not chipped

Vets have welcomed the news that almost 710,000 dogs have been microchipped in the last twelve months, following the introduction of the new dog microchipping law.

Little Mix

Amazon launches priority gig ticket scheme

Members of Amazon's Prime programme will be able to get priority access to live music, following the online retail giant’s announcement of ‘Entertainment Experiences’, tying in with its Amazon Tickets platform.

This stunning photo of Derry was taken by Lee McKinney.

10 photos of Derry we know you’ll love

Here are 10 reasons why we love Derry.

Local acts join Mayor Hilary McClintock and Martin Venning, Diageo at launch.

Countdown to City of Derry Jazz and big band Festival

Once again Derry will be the place to be for the May bank holiday weekend as the City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival returns with five days of live music throughout the city and district from April 27 to May 1.

Niamh Gaffney, President of North West Regional College Student's Union, with Adam McCallion, media student and youtube vlogger, prepare for the College's Open Days which take place at our Strabane campus on the Derry Road on Tuesday, March 28 (5 p.m.  8 p.m),  at our campuses at Strand Road and Springtown on Wednesday, March 29 (12 Noon  8 p.m.), and Limavady and Greystone on Thursday, March 30 (5.00pm  8.00pm).

NWRC Open Day tomorrow

North West Regional College will hold its Open Day in Derry tomorrow (Wednesday March 29), from 12- 8 p.m.

Announcing Foyle Search and Rescue as the official charity partner for the firmus energy Derry City Triathlon are Paul McGilloway from the NWTC; Olive McEleney, Foyle Search and Rescue; Michael Scott, Managing Director of firmus energy and Eric McGinley from Derry City Council.

Foyle Search and Rescue Triathlon call

Foyle Search and Rescue is calling for this year’s firmus energy City of Derry Triathlon participants to sign up to fundraise and ‘Tri’ to raise as much money as possible to help them continue with their work in and around the River Foyle.

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