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Archbishop Martin to launch Limavady camp

The Archbishop of Armagh, Eamon Martin will be in Limavady this summer to launch a faith-based summer camp that attracts hundreds of youngsters each year.

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Darren Mornin, acting Principal of Limavady High School and Mary McCloskey, St. Mary's Principal.

Limavady is ‘a fantastic place for education’

A shared education campus between two neighbouring schools in Limavady “makes for better relationships within the community.”

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International plea for help over Danielle

International plea for help over Danielle

The legal team behind the ‘Truth For Danielle’ campaign has launched an international plea for assistance following the murder of Danielle McLaughlin in India last month.

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The monks from the Pema Tsal Sakya monastery who are currently in Goa, pictured at te Ajanta Ellora Caves

Special service to be held in Goa for Danielle

A group of Buddhist monks will conduct a special prayer service in Goa, India tomorrow, to mark one month since the murder of Buncrana woman Danielle McLaughlin.

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Minister agrees meeting over funding for ferries

The Minister of State for Tourism has agreed to meet with a cross party delegation from Donegal County Council, in relation to state funding for both the Foyle and Swilly Ferries.

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Back row: Sgt Robert Ennis; Pamela Mullan, Housing Executive; Chief Insp. Ian Magee, Pauline McGonigal, Glens Community Association. Front Row; Tina McCloskey, Glens Community Association; Martina Forrest, Housing Executive; Sinn Fein Colr. Dermot Nicholl; and Eddie Breslin, Housing Executive.

Residents of Limavady estate voice their anger at recent trouble

Cars have been damaged, windows smashed and wheelie bins set on fire and residents in a Limavady estate have had enough of it.

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Garda� can now stop and test motorists they suspect of driving under the influence of drugs.

Gardaí can now test motorists for drugs at the roadside

Gardaí can now test motorists whom they suspect of driving under the influence of drugs at the roadside.

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Jonah with mum and dad, Darron and Moira.

Limavady man’s son inspires him to lace up for marathon

Darron McMichael only started running recently, when he signed up for the Belfast marathon.

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(L_R): John Loughery, Phyllis Loughery, Karen Heaney, Malcolm Stewart Macmillan and Anne Loughery

Final walk for pooch raises funds for charity

A Limavady woman has thanked the people who supported a charity event and helped raise hundreds of pounds.

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The late Andy Murphy

Dungiven family’s ‘mega fundraiser’ for Foyle Hospice

The family of the late Andy Murphy, from Dungiven, have organised a day of fundraising for the Foyle Hospice to show how “unbelieveably grateful” they are for the care their father received there.

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Sinn Fein councillor Brenda Chivers.

‘Lucky’ no lives lost in Limavady arson attack

A local councillor said it was only through luck that a tragedy was averted after a second arson attack in a built-up area of Limavady.

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Calls for council meetings to be staggered

Calls for council meetings to be staggered

Inishowen councillors have called for all Municipal District meetings in Donegal to be held on different days, to allow council staff to attend the meetings.

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Concerns raised over climbing sand dunes

Concerns raised over climbing sand dunes

An Inishowen councillor has raised concerns about people climbing on the sand dunes at Lagg beach.

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Appeal after arson at house in Limavady

Appeal after arson at house in Limavady

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the report of criminal damage caused to a residential premises in the Rathbeg Crescent area of Limavady.

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David and Pauline Murphy from Feeny.

Feeny man shares his battle with Parkinson’s in a bid to inspire others

A Feeny man who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease two and a half years ago is urging others with the condition not to let it control them.

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Colr. Chivers isn't happy Limavady events are not promoted.

Council slammed for leaving out Limavady events in newsletter

Sinn Fein councillor Brenda Chivers has criticised Causeway Council for the omission of tourism-related events in the Roe Valley in their first newsletter.

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SDLP Colr. John Deighan and (at right) Sinn Fein Colr. Dermot Nicholl.

New tender sought for troubled ferry service

The troubled Foyle ferry service between Magilligan and Greencastle could be back in operation after Donegal County Council started a new tender process.

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Appeal to help trace Drumsurn relatives

A man hoping to find his Irish relatives is appealing to ‘Journal’ readers for help.

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The site of the new DAERA HQ in Ballykelly. Photo: JH Turkington & Sons Ltd

New government HQ in Ballykelly ‘on schedule’

Construction of new government headquarters in Ballykelly is “on course and on budget” with 240 staff set to move into the building in 2018.

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