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Charity fundraiser work-out for Rossmar

Members of a Limavady gym are putting their fitness levels to good use in support of a local school which holds “a special place in their hearts”.

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The former police station in Dungiven is now owned and used by a local church.

Flower festival fundraiser for church in Dungiven

What was once a PSNI station in Dungiven will this weekend be filled with people enjoying their tea for a church fundraiser

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Sean Butcher who is studying for a BTec Level 3 Sub Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment at North West Regional College's Limavady campus receives his scholarship from Mr. Patrick McClughan, Head of Corporate Affairs at Gaelectric. Also pictured are: Catriona Hull St Mary's Limavady, and John Logue, Curriculum Manager for the Built Environment at North West Regional College.

Scholarship success for Roe Valley students

Six students at North West Regional College have been awarded scholarships by renewable energy group, Gaelectric.

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SDLP Colr. John Deighan believes the speed limit at the lower end of Greystone Road should be lowered to 30mph.

Call to lower speed limit on busy road in Limavady from 40mph to 30mph

SDLP councillor John Deighan is calling for the speed limit on one of Limavady’s busiest roads to be reduced from 40mph to 30mph, writes Sheena Jackson.

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Colr. Sean McGlinchey

Censure imposed after councillor breached Code of Conduct

A Sinn Fein councillor found to have breached the ‘Councillors’ Code of Conduct’ has said he is “glad” the investigation is over.

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Steven McGonigal demonstrating at the 2016 Irish Game Fair.

Professional ‘Rabbit Catcher’ from Limavady gears up for sports fair

Ireland’s only professional rabbit catcher, Steven McGonigal from Limavady is gearing up for one of the country’s largest country sports events.

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Sinn Fein Colr. Dermot Nicholl.

Election ‘intimidation’ in Limavady - claim SF

Sinn Fein claim the erection of paramilitary flags in Limavady is “a clear attempt at intimidation” ahead of Thursday’s poll.

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Rossmar Principal Brian Mclaughlin

After 40 years in education and a ‘job done’ it’s time for Brian to retire

When Brian McLaughlin retires as principal of Rossmar School in Limavady, it will be with mixed emotions.

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Organisers Ross Parkhill and John Cartwright with Kathryn McShane and Helena Semple.

Stendhal job creation

For the first time since its inception in 2011, Stendhal Festival has a paid working staff.

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NWRC Student Kyle Donnell pictured with Errigal's Training and personnel manager Ciara King. A recruitment and information event will be held at NWRC's Greystone Campus on Tuesday, June 6 from 7 at 9 pm

Information event at NWRC in Limavady

Young people aged between 17 and 25 are invited to a special event on June 6 at North West Regional College’s (NWRC) Greystone Campus, in Limavady where they can find out more about applying for an Apprenticeship with an international company.

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The Foreglen Road was closed at the junction of Feeny Road for a time on Wednesday.

Pipe bomb made safe in Dungiven alert

Police are appealing for information after a viable pipe bomb type device was found in the Foreglen area, outside Dungiven on Wednesday.

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Ruaidhrí Dall Harp School at the Roe Park Resort.

Fleadh Cheoil Dhoire ‘success’ in Limavady

Organisers of the County Derry Fleadh say the event, held for the first time in Limavady, was a “tremendous success.”

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Benone beach Photo: Sheena Jackson

Benone beach to fly a Blue Flag this summer

Benone Beach is among eight Northern Ireland beaches that can proudly display an international Blue Flag this summer.

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Paul Martin. Photo: BBC

Local Limavady heroes ‘in for a surprise’

Local heroes in the community could be in for a surprise when the BBC takes to the streets of Limavady this weekend.

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Feeny’s joy at state-of-the-art play park

Feeny’s joy at state-of-the-art play park

After years of lobbying, parents in Feeny no longer face trips to Claudy or Dungiven just so their kids can play in a decent play park.

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Sinn Fein Colr. Dermot Nicholl.

Move towards bypass welcomed

Sinn Féin Westminster General Election candidate for East Derry Dermot Nicholl has welcomed news that tender documents for the Dungiven bypass should be issued in the early summer.

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Gaelscoil Neachtain representatives at the L� Dearg rally. Photo: Gaelscoil Neachtain

‘The Irish language belongs to everyone’

An Irish Language Act is about choice, according to the principal of Gaelscoil Neachtain in Dungiven.

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Much loved teenager, Keelan Mullan.

Keelan Mullan memorial 5k fun run/walk

A fundraising walk in memory of Drumsurn teenager Keelan Mullan will be held next month.

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Pictured at the entrance to the Famine village in Doagh  from left to right - John James Kelly, Margaret Loughery, Mervyn Scott, Anna Murphy, Ida Canning,  Mary Brolly, Mick McNicholl, Mervyn Murphy, Fidelis McNicholl, Nola Johnston, Noelle Murphy, Aidan Farren, Brendan McCann, Mickey Brolly, Chris McFlynn and Ivor Canning

Dungiven group enjoy visits to historical Irish sights

Glenshane Community Development Limited recently hosted a community engagement project in Glenshane House.

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