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Fresh appeal over under-car bomb

Detectives have issued a fresh appeal for information regarding the attempted murder of a police officer in Derry.

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‘This was an attempt to kill my colleague’ - PSNI Supt.

A PSNI chief has said he has no doubt that violent, dissident Republicans had been determined to try to kill a fellow officer, following a bomb attack outside his home.

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Army Technical Officers at the scene in Ardanlee, Londonderry.

Culmore security alert culprits condemned

Those behind an ongoing security alert in Culmore have “nothing to offer the community”, Sinn Fein’s Elisha McCallion has warned.

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Bomb explodes as ATO try to make it safe in Derry

Bomb explodes as ATO try to make it safe in Derry

A bomb has exploded as army technical officers tried to make it safe outside the home of a police officer in Derry.

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SF Councillor Eric McGinley.

Crash recreation proposal for city centre

Sinn Féin Councillor Eric McGinley has welcomed a proposed road safety event in the city centre organised by Outer West Youth Forum.

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Police seized drugs worth an estimated �6K.

Arrests made after drugs seized

Police have arrested two people after seizing an estimated £6,000 worth of drugs in Derry city centre on Sunday, February 19.

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Thieves target parochial house while priest at church

Thieves target parochial house while priest at church

Police are appealing for information after an attempted burglary at the parochial house in Sion Mills on Saturday, February 18.

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City centre assault.

Man hospitalised with facial injuries after city centre assault

A man in his 50s was taken to Altnagelvin after an assault in the city centre.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Derry bar fined for selling counterfeit vodka

A Derry bar owner has been fined £1,500 for selling counterfeit vodka which was “bought off a door to door salesman”.

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Eamon Bradley

Syrian terrorist case flimsy, court told

The case against a Northern Ireland man accused of Syrian civil war terrorism charges is flimsy and threadbare nonsense, his trial has been told.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

QC claims Derry man “agrees” 
he commited terrorist offences

A Derry man accused of terrorism charges linked to the Syrian civil war “agreed” that he committed the offences, a prosecutor told his trial.

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The theft is believed to have happened between February 7 and 9.

Sheep rustling probe following Derry incident

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the reported theft of dozens of lambs from a field on the Trench Road in the Derry area.

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Alert over car “acting suspiciously”

Alert over car “acting suspiciously”

Police in Derry have issued an alert following a report of a car acting suspiciously in the Creggan area of the city.

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Trading Standards have issued advice after some consumers fell foul of an online scam.

Man conned out of £2,200 in online concert ticket scam

Trading Standards Service has urged potential ticket purchasers to exercise extreme caution when using online ticket booking services for concert and sporting events.

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Police investigating illegal drugs carry out searches in Eglinton

Police investigating illegal drugs carry out searches in Eglinton

Police investigating the seizure of herbal cannabis and cocaine worth £160,000 in Belfast have carried out further searches near Derry.

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The incident is believed to have happened on Christmas Eve 2016.

Man ‘run over’ by BMW driver in Derry

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the report of a hit and run road traffic collision between a male and a vehicle in Waterloo Street in Derry.

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An Easyjet passenger plane

Teenager is fined for sneaky plane smoke

A sneaky smoke on a plane has cost a Strabane teenager £150.

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File photo dated 21/04/10 of a plane of the budget airline easyJet, as the low-fare airline climbed to a record �317 million today as higher sales offset a further �182 million surge in fuel costs. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 20, 2012. The group achieved the 28% rise in profits for the year to September 30 after it carried 58 million passengers - an improvement of 7% on a year earlier - and benefited from continuing cost-cutting efforts. See PA story CITY EasyJet. Photo credit should read: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Crafty fag ends up costing Strabane teenager a packet

A sneaky smoke on a plane has cost a Strabane teenager £150.

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Busaras, Dublin.

Bomb case shows we may need bus security scanners: union leader

The head of a large-scale trade union has suggested that a wholesale review of security should be carried out after a man was caught bringing TNT on to a Dublin-to-Derry bus.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Six people hospitalised by ‘dark web’ drug claim

Six people have been hospitalised over the past 10 days as a result of taking presription medication allegedly sourced from the ‘dark web,’ a court has heard.

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