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Men jailed for ‘trail of offending’ in Derry

Two Belfast men who engaged in what a judge described as ‘a trail of offending’ in the Derry area were yesterday jailed for a total of 16 years.

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Derry's Courthouse on Bishop Street. 3003JM66

Woman harassed and assaulted ex-partner

A woman who harassed and assaulted her ex-partner after their nine week relationship ended, has been ordered to complete 100 hours community service.

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Derry's Courthouse on Bishop Street. 3003JM66

Jailed for arson attack on Bayview Terrace flat

A man who set fire to a city centre flat handed himself into police after he realised five children living in the flat below.

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Appeal over city centre assault

Police have launched an appeal for information after a man was reportedly attacked in the city centre earlier this month.

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Appeal over city centre assault

Appeal over city centre assault

Police have launched an appeal for information after a man was reportedly attacked in the city centre earlier this month.

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Missing: Louise Pewtner.

Appeal over missing woman

An appeal has been issued for information about a missing woman last seen in Londonderry earlier this week.

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Missing: Louise Pewtner.

Appeal over missing woman

An appeal has been issued for information about a missing woman last seen in Derry earlier this week.

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The new initiative will include high visibility patrols at night in the Strand Road area of the city.

Start of ‘boy racer’ operation welcomed

The deployment of police resources to tackle “boy racers” in Derry’s city centre has been welcomed.

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Two men remanded over cannabis and cash charges

Two men remanded over cannabis and cash charges

Two men have appeared in court charged with various offences in connection with the seizure of 14 kilos of cannabis and over £10,000 cash.

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Two men remanded over cannabis and cash charges

Two men remanded over cannabis and cash charges

Two men have appeared in court charged with various offences in connection with the seizure of 14 kilos of cannabis and over £10,000 cash.

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SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins.

Youths on drink and drugs ‘causing distress’

SDLP Derry Councillor Angela Dobbins has called on parents to intervene following reports of underage drinking, drug use and anti-social behaviour in the Sandale and Ballyarnett areas.

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Councillor Brian Tierney (on left) and Keith Wright, Family History Centre Director at Derrys Mormon Church,  pictured beside one of the broken windows.

Vandals attack Mormon Church twice in a month

Londonderry’s Mormon Church has been attacked by vandals twice in the past month.

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Councillor Brian Tierney (on left) and Keith Wright, Family History Centre Director at Derrys Mormon Church,  pictured beside one of the broken windows.

Vandals attack Mormon Church twice in a month

Derry’s Mormon Church has been attacked by vandals twice in the past month.

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Arrest by police investigating reported hate incident.

Teen arrested on suspicion of assault following reported Waterside hate incident

A 17-year-old girl has been released on bail after being arrested by police investigating a reported sectarian hate incident outside the Waterside Youth Club on Tuesday night.

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The High Court in Belfast.

Chip shop robbery accused has ‘profound learning difficulties’

A teenager with special needs accused of robbing a Derry chip shop is under investigation for another raid across the border, the High Court heard today.

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Derry-based journalist Paul Gosling.

Children need to be listened to

The abuse of children is one of the most awful cruelties imaginable. Yet it is commonplace.

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Shocking near miss on Derry rail line

Shocking footage has emerged of two people who narrowly avoided being killed by a train inside the rail tunnel at Downhill.

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The 'Derry Four' are, from left, Stephen Crumlish, Gerry McGowan, Michael Toner and Gerry Kelly.

‘Derry 4’ police interview notes are ‘missing’

The case of four Derry men wrongly accused of murdering a British soldier in the 1970s has taken another bizarre twist with confirmation that all the original police interview notes are missing.

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An increasing number of children are being targeted.

Online grooming rise ‘alarming’

Sinn Féin Derry Councillor Patricia Logue has called on young people to speak out if they have any concerns over online grooming following a rise in reported incidents.

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The High Court in Belfast.

Derry dissidents in jail ‘lock up’ legal bid

Two dissident republican prisoners from Derry who were given cellular confinement for refusing jailhouse orders have won High Court permission to challenge the adjudication process.

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