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Gortnaghey falls silent as road crash victim Ryan McCaul is laid to rest

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

I hope ‘the ‘RA’ blow you up, man told PSNI

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Hit man with bottle after being tossed out of bed at Belfray bash

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An artist's impression of what the office space could look like.

State of the art office space planned for Ebrington

Business

Celtic star grants Christmas wish to young Derry fan

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St Paul’s old library books to get new lease of life across the world

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Fishermen rescued off Donegal coast

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Dirty and unpopular bonfires to be removed

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Bonfire policy will send out a ‘strong message’

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Gemma Lynch's petition.

Accessible play park for Limavady moves a step closer

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Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

Transport
Taxi Meters must be in use by December 31.

Taxi meters being introduced by firms

Transport
The Derry line.

Translink apology amid Derry line ‘frustration’

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Three vehicles were involved in the incident.

Three vehicle crash on Glenshane Road

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Madam's Bank Road in Derry.

Youths targeting cars ‘could cause fatalities’ on busy road

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Additional time granted to question men over controlled drugs supply

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Jim McCafferty, 71, was involved in football in Ireland and Scotland during the 1980s.

Sex Abuse Scandal: Police arrest former Celtic coach in North

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The two men were arrested in Coleraine.

Police swoop to make drug arrests

Crime
Cybercriminals are still at work on the web

Cybercrime warning follows security success

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St Paul’s old library books to get new lease of life across the world

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Louis Christopher Kerr from St. Columbs College in Derry~Londonderry pictured with (L-R) Bernie McLaughlin, Foyle Film Festival, Michael Bond, City of Derry Crystal, Paul Doherty, Brunswick Moviebowl and Ingrid Arthurs, CCEA

Awards celebrate young Derry filmmakers

Education
Derry & Strabane and Donegal have come together to drive forward the north west, and to help overcome challenges including Brexit.

Derry & Donegal forge strongest ever partnership ahead of Brexit

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Jude Mc Laughlin, second from left, a student on the Higher Level Apprentice in Accounting who has  completed his Level 4 Certificate for Accounting Technicians exams in May and has been placed 10th overall in Ireland. Included are, NWRC staff,  Galvin Dobson, Gregory Gorman , Patricia Lyttle and Annemarie Deehan from the Business, Hospitality,  Tourism and Performing Arts department.  Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com.

NWRC accountancy student in top 10 nationally after exam results

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Lisneal College, Derry.

Minister to probe gritting near Lisneal College

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State of the art office space planned for Ebrington

Business
Jenni Doherty, Little Acorns Bookstore with St Paul's Primary School, Slievemore Year 7 pupils Clara O'Hagan and Tiernan McGrory.

St Paul’s old library books to get new lease of life across the world

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Nine in ten people believe a broadband connection is essential to their day-to-day life.

Broadband ‘essential’ to everyday life

Business
Taxi Meters must be in use by December 31.

Taxi meters being introduced by firms

Transport

McGuinness missing China visit for health reasons

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Loretta McNichil from Donegal County Council addressing  those attending the Brexit conference at An Grianan. (Photo - Tom Heaney, nwpresspics)

Around 15,000 people crossing border daily

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Michael Gallagher, Strategy Manager, Derry City & Strabane District Council and Loretta McNicholas, Research and Policy Manager, Donegal County Council. (Photo - Tom Heaney, nwpresspics)

No appetite for border controls new Derry, Donegal research finds

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Derry & Strabane and Donegal have come together to drive forward the north west, and to help overcome challenges including Brexit.

Derry & Donegal forge strongest ever partnership ahead of Brexit

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Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s Irish Wall plan scrapped

Environment

Around 15,000 people crossing border daily

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Michael Gallagher, Strategy Manager, Derry City & Strabane District Council and Loretta McNicholas, Research and Policy Manager, Donegal County Council. (Photo - Tom Heaney, nwpresspics)

No appetite for border controls new Derry, Donegal research finds

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Brexit.

‘One stop’ post Brexit business hubs mooted

Business
Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s Irish Wall plan scrapped

Environment

Workers less likely to take sick days if colleagues have to help out

Health
Joggin in cities with high levels of pollution can damage your health.

Exercising in pollution bad for the heart

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Cannabis

Dope smoking on the rise among the over-50s

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The car seat being recalled

Child car seats recalled

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Boy eating a burger

Ban on junk food ads targeted at children

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