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‘I used to love her coming through my door, her smile lit up the room’

The remains of the Buncrana woman who was murdered in Goa, India, last week is set to arrive in Dublin today.

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Danielle McLaughlin.

BUNCRANA MURDER: Justice sought for murdered Buncrana woman

Danielle McLaughlin’s body expected home this week.

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Burglary at Eglinton

Burglary at Eglinton

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary of commercial premises on Main Street in Eglinton.

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You could still be over the limit this morning

Police warning on driving this morning - 'St Berocca Day'

Considering the fact many across the region took a drink yesterday to celebrate Ireland's patron Saint, police are urging drivers not to "take a chance" on the roads this morning.
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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Accused of brothel keeping

A 52-years-old has appeared in court accused of keeping a brothel.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Teen stole over £200 worth of aftershave from Boots

A teenager who stole over £200 worth of aftershave from a city centre shop has been given a suspended sentence.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

Damaged room in City Mission, disorderly in Altnagelvin

A man who was disorderly in Altnagelvin Hospital and caused damage to a homeless shelter has received a suspended sentence.

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Court.

Defendant befriended woman online

A man who befriended a woman online, stayed at her home and then used her details to apply for a credit card, has been jailed for seven months.

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Court.

Defendant claimed to be messenger from God

Police believe a man who admitted possessing a knife could ‘pose a risk to the public’ if he continues to consume alcohol.

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Danielle McLaughlin.

Mother of murdered Buncrana woman pays tribute to her daughter

The mother of murdered Buncrana woman, Danielle McLaughlin, has said her daughter will be “sadly missed”.

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Danielle McLaughlin.

Fundraising page set-up to help family of Goa murder victim

A fundraising page has been set-up to help the family of Goa murder victim Danielle McLaughlin with repatriation and funeral expenses.

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File photo dated 18/11/11 of a view of the port of Loch Ryan in Scotland as the threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland is real and substantiated, the former terrorism reviewer David Anderson QC has warned. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from NI to Scotland is ‘real and substantiated’ says expert

The threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland is real and substantiated, the former terrorism reviewer has warned.

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A previous Foyle Pride parade in Derry.

Marriage equality ‘must be extended across Ireland’

Marriage equality should be extended across the island of Ireland, Sinn Féin Foyle MLA Elisha McCallion has said.

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PSNI to tailgaters: ‘Have a little patience’

The PSNI have issued a gentle reminder to drivers that flashing your lights, tailgating or repeatedly edging out to overtake won’t make the driver in front speed up.

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Sinn Fein Councillor Christopher Jackson.

Armed gang target door-to-door salesman

A Derry salesman has spoken of his shock after being ordered out of an estate in the Waterside by an armed gang claiming to be from the UDA.

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Bishop Donal McKeown.

‘Frightening’ level of sexual abuse in our communities: Bishop of Derry

Huge numbers of sexual abuse victims live in our communities, the Bishop of Derry has told Massgoers in the city.

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Three released unconditionally

Three released unconditionally

Three men arrested in Derry by Detectives investigating dissident republican activity have been released unconditionally.

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PSNI

Police officer cleared of wrongdoing in ‘karate chop’ case

A Police Ombudsman investigation has cleared a police officer of causing a woman to break two ribs by ‘karate chopping’ her over a rocking chair.

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