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Celtic rumour mill: O'Halloran sorry for sitting with Hoops fans | Rodgers meets with striker's agent | Rangers title bid not worthy of discussion

Michael O’Halloran regrets sitting in the Celtic section at Hampden Park on Sunday after a photo of the Rangers player circulated on social media.

Football
Peter Gillespie's 82 helped Strabane to victory over Cork County.

CRICKET: More Irish Cup carnage for North West sides

At International and Inter-provincial level things have rarely been better as far as the North West Cricket Union is concerned and yet once again when it has come to the Irish Senior Cup, there has been no let-up in the annual disappointment.

Sport
St Patrick's Athletic defender Simon Madden brings down Derry City's Nicky Low.

Nicky Low to miss Bray Wanderers encounter

Derry City manager Kenny Shiels knows his players will be smarting from their last encounter with Bray Wanderers.

Derry City
Derry City goalkeeper Gerard Doherty was livid after their loss at Richmond Park.

Derry City captain fuming after St Pat's loss

Captain Gerard Doherty is adamant that off field distractions and refereeing decisions cannot be used as a excuse for Derry City’s recent poor form.
Derry City
Kelly: Housing stress is 
creating real despair

Kelly: Housing stress is creating real despair

An accelerated programme of social housing building is urgently required in Derry after a new survey found high housing costs to be a major source of stress for one in three young adults, a local councillor has argued.

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The Mayor Coucillor Maol�osa McHugh pictured at the announcement that Derry has once again been awarded the Purple Flag. Included with PSNI representative are, Paul McCartney, First Housing Support,  Jarleath Clarke, Estate Services, Racheal Eastwood, Grand Central and The Taphouse and City Centre Initiative Chief Executive Jim Roddy. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com.

Another Purple Flag for Derry

Derry has secured Purple Flag status for the eighth year in a row.

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Derry manager Collie McGurk

Derry defeat Armagh to breath life into Christy Ring bid

Christy Ring Cup, Group Two, Round Two
Derry GAA
Water quality at local beaches ‘excellent’

Water quality at local beaches ‘excellent’

Inishowen continues to boast among the cleanest beaches in Ireland, according to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) latest bathing water report: good news for those daydreaming of the seaside over the past few days of brilliant May sunshine.

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Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry.

Local hospitals praised in patient survey

More than 90 per cent of patients were ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’ with their overall experience in local hospitals, a new survey has revealed.

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May’s too soon to spark long hot summer: Colr

May’s too soon to spark long hot summer: Colr

Bewilderment has been expressed over the accumulation of material for an August 15 bonfire before the Spring Bank Holiday is even over us.

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Derry City striker Rory Patterson celebrates with Rory Hale, after he gave the visitors the lead at Richmond Park.

Derry City slump to another heavy defeat

St Patrick's Athletic 5-2 Derry City
Derry City
Meet Oisín and Brandon: Champions of our city’s health and its future

Meet Oisín and Brandon: Champions of our city’s health and its future

The very word ‘youth’ can sometimes carry negative connotations when uttered from older mouths.

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Campbell raises new Cold War with Boris Johnson

Campbell raises new Cold War with Boris Johnson

DUP MP Gregory Campbell has raised the current state of diplomatic relations between London and Moscow with the British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, who has replied that his attitude is to ‘engage but beware.’

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GDPR: Fort George seminar for traders ahead of data privacy D-day

GDPR: Fort George seminar for traders ahead of data privacy D-day

A free seminar for businesses concerned about the biggest shake-up in data privacy regulations in 20 years will take place in Fort George before strict new rules go live next Friday.

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New plans recommend the dualling of the A2 Buncrana Road. Some residents believe this will be bad for the area.

Buncrana Rd. plan will ‘destroy’ sense of community in Pennyburn

People in Pennyburn are being invited to a public meeting at which they can voice their opposition to radical plans to upgrade the A2 Buncrana Road.

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Strand Road to be closed to allow for tarring works

Strand Road to be closed to allow for tarring works

The Strand Road will be fully closed to traffic every night in the first week of June from the Pennyburn Roundabout to the traffic lights at Meadowbank Avenue to allow the thoroughfare to be tarred.

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CARS, CARS, CARS... Suitable alternatives are needed to reduce Derry's over-dependence on cars.

In Derry, dependency on the car seems embedded into our DNA

STEVE BRADLEY explains why we need to reduce the impact vehicle use is having on our urban fabric

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Mark H Durkan.

Med school project likely to be delayed: Durkan

A local MLA believes plans to locate a medical school in Derry look likely to be delayed.

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Fort George.

Fort George poised for £1.2 million repair job

The Fort George site on Derry’s riverfront is to be spruced up to ensure it is ready for future development.

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Theresa May.

Human rights groups ‘call out’ May on legacy

A Derry-based human rights group has signed up to an advertisement in a daily newspaper “calling out” British Prime Minister Theresa May for misleading Parliament on investigations into conflict-related deaths in NI.

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