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Grey skies over Owenbeg are no match for glorious ‘GAA for All’ day

The weather is never great when the ‘GAA For All’ event is held each year outside Dungiven.

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

‘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.

Crime
No sailings ...

Future of Foyle ferry service ‘not looking good’ warns councillor

Moves to resurrect a cross border ferry service linking Derry and Donegal “aren’t looking good”, a councillor has warned.

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Rossmar Principal Brian McLaughlin, Vice Principal Mrs C Archibald, teacher Mrs A hamilton, caretaker Mr. C Ferguson with students on site. Photo: Rossmar

Works starts on £9m new build for Rossmar School in Limavady

When the diggers arrived on site at Rossmar Special School in Limavady, it’s easy to see why students and staff were so excited.

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Two attempted burglaries in Inishowen in early hours of Monday morning

Two attempted burglaries in Inishowen in early hours of Monday morning

Gardai in Buncrana are appealing for information following two attempted burglaries in Inishowen in the early hours of Monday morning.

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Police in Limavady are now using 'body worn cameras'.

Limavady police using body worn cameras

Police on patrol Limavady and the wider Roe Valley area have started using body worn video cameras.

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Members of the Limavady Committee Cancer Research UK (back row)  Carol Laird and Janet Thompson. Front row: Anne Jervis and Merle Whyte.

Celebrating 30 years of fundraising in Limavady for cancer charity

A Limavady group which fundraises for a cancer charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

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The late Danielle McLaughlin

‘She had such great friends across the whole world’

Two of Danielle McLaughlin’s close friends have travelled from Australia to Goa to accompany her on her final journey home to Buncrana today.

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Gaelchol�iste Dhoire principal Diarmaid Ua Bruadair

Irish Language Act is ‘essential’ says principal of Irish language school in Dungiven

The principal of a post-primary Irish medium school in Dungiven says an Irish language is “essential”, and “shouldn’t be controversial”.

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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 was from Buncrana.

GOA MURDER: Friends pay tribute to murdered Buncrana woman

Tributes are pouring in for the 28 year-old Buncrana woman who was murdered in India.

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Sinn Fein Colr. Brenda Chivers.  (DERR1111SJ10)

No Council funding for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in ‘the home of Danny Boy’ claims Colr.

Sinn Féin councillor Brenda Chivers has claimed Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council “will not be funding any St. Patrick’s Day activities in Limavady this year”.

Politics
Stephanie McKillop (in centre) with Alan McManus & Sandra McDowell (Carrickfergus Community members).

Dungiven woman celebrates All-Ireland award

A Dungiven woman is celebrating after the charity she works for won an All -Ireland award for its work to improve the lives of people through ‘digital inclusion.’

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VIDEO: Local blogger makes beautiful film about Derry

A local blogger has made a wonderful short film about Derry.

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Colr. Nicholl outside Greysteel Community Centre where a window grill was ripped open.

Vandalism at Greysteel Centre is ‘shameful’

Vandals who climbed onto the roof of a community centre in Greysteel and trashed equipment are “putting their lives at risk,” a local councillor has warned.

Roe Valley
The charity Big Breakfast was well supported

Charity ‘Big Breakfast’ in Dungiven rustles up thousands

A charity big breakfast held in Dungiven at the weekend rustled up more than £3,000.

Roe Valley
The Foyle ferry last year. (file pic)

Council to debate Foyle Ferry subsidy

A cross border ferry service linking Derry and Donegal could be thrown a financial lifeline by councils from both sides of the border, writes Sheena Jackson.

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(left to right) Conor Murphy, Caoimhe Archibald, Michelle O'Neill and Alex Maskey at Stormont Castle in Belfast.

East Derry MLA on Stormont talks team

Sinn Féin MLA, Caoimhe Archibald, one of the party’s new kids on the block, has been at the centre of crisis talks at Stormont.

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Colr. Dermot Nicholl

Greysteel community facilities survey online

Colr. Dermot Nicholl

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