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From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1967: Employment of married nurses criticised

Employment of married nurses criticised

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From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1992: Highland signal ‘blocked’ by RTÉ

From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1992: Highland signal ‘blocked’ by RTÉ

Highland signal ‘blocked’ by RTÉ

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From ‘Derry Journal’
of June 1992: Ó hEára warns of British Army checkpoint radiation

From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1992: Ó hEára warns of British Army checkpoint radiation

Cross-border health risks

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Traffic lights an option for
notorious Caw Roundabout

Traffic lights an option for notorious Caw Roundabout

The introduction of traffic lights to help reduce approach speeds onto the Caw Roundabout would be one way of reducing the number of ‘fender benders’ at the notorious Waterside junction.

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Skeoge upgrade
being considered
by TransportNI

Skeoge upgrade being considered by TransportNI

TransportNI is considering bringing the mid-section of the Skeoge Link road up to four lane dual-carriageway standard but has admitted that the authority will have to weigh safety versus convenience if it decides to proceed with such a development.

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Brexit could discourage Inishowen
students from Derry’s NWRC

Brexit could discourage Inishowen students from Derry’s NWRC

The chief executive of the Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB), Anne McHugh, has warned that Brexit may heap pressure on the southern education system if thousands of students who traditionally would have travelled to Derry to undetake further education at the ‘Tech,’ suddenly find themselves subject to prohibitive fees.

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Clothing donation appeal for refugees- collection this Monday

Clothing donation appeal for refugees- collection this Monday

The Northwest Islamic Association and we are asking the local community to donate their unwanted clothes for refugees.

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The courthouse at Bishop Street, Derry.

‘Liar, cheat and dishonest rogue’ jailed for fraud

A ‘liar, a cheat and a dishonest rogue’ who ‘wormed his way into the affections’ of a woman and her family has been jailed for fraud.

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Linfield's Jamie Mulgrew and Celtic's Brendan Rodgers celebrate league success with their respective clubs

‘No tickets’ for Celtic fans if Belfast tie with Linfield materialises

Celtic’s legion of travelling fans will not be issued with tickets for the club’s Champions League qualifier in Belfast should Linfield overcome La Fiorita of San Marino to progress.

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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers and Linfield manager David Healy. The two teams could meet each in round two of Champions League qualifying

Linfield v Celtic kick-off time confirmed

Linfield’s has confirmed its potential Champions League qualifier first leg with with Celtic will take place in Belfast on Friday, July 14.

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Relay for Life Legenderry takes place this weekend

Relay for Life Legenderry takes place this weekend

Relay For Life Legenderry takes place this weekend, and even if you’re not taking part, there’s lots of entertainment planned, so why not come along to St. Columb’s Park.

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Simon Coveney’s emphatic insistence on ‘special status’ and an ‘invisible border’ welcomed by Martina Anderson

Simon Coveney’s emphatic insistence on ‘special status’ and an ‘invisible border’ welcomed by Martina Anderson

Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson says Dublin’s emphatic insistence this week that the North must be granted ‘special status’ in the event of Brexit is a positive development.

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MLAs unite against
nurse training cuts

MLAs unite against nurse training cuts

Politicians from across the spectrum have expressed disappointment after the Department of Health confirmed it was cutting £1m from the Ulster University’s School of Nursing budget in order to prioritise front line care.

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Burst mains pipe causing disruption to water supply in Inishowen

Burst mains pipe causing disruption to water supply in Inishowen

A burst has occurred on a mains water pipe delivering water from the Pollan Dam to South Inishowen.

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From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1967: Salmon disease may not be as deadly as expected

From ‘Derry Journal’ of June 1967: Salmon disease may not be as deadly as expected

Salmon disease may not be as

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DUP Councillor David Ramsey. INLS0914-123KM

Councillors recognise TNI’s hands are tied in terms of roads budget

DUP Alderman David Ramsey has indicated he won’t stop ‘torturing’ TransportNI over roads defects, grass verges and street lights in the months ahead.

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Keep Foyle Ferry Afloat

Keep Foyle Ferry Afloat

A fresh demand that Dublin and London stump up and keep the Lough Foyle Ferry afloat has been favourably received by opposition politicians in the South.

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Boy requires surgery after
dog attack in Creggan

Boy requires surgery after dog attack in Creggan

The mother of a three-years-old boy who required surgery after a dog bit through his ear on Wednesday has urged owners to exercise greater control over their pets.

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Civic and church leaders inspired by WAVE trauma on the solstice

Clergymen and civic leaders have this week paid tribute to a vital counselling service that’s been providing outreach to victims of the ‘Troubles’ in Derry for 25 years.

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The Ulster University Magee campus, Derry. DER3115MC002

Interviews underway for first ever Derry Medical School Dean ahead of September 2019 opening

Ulster University has started interviewing for the first ever Dean of a proposed new Medical School in Derry while the Strategic Investment Board (SIB) is 66 per cent of the way through completion of an outline business case (OBC) for the proposed facility.

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