Derry and the poor are paying more for oil

Derry households pay more for oil than their Belfast peers while poorer Derry homes are charged more to keep their homes warm than their richer neighbours, according to a leading energy expert.

‘We’ve been lucky with
Mobuoy dump sofar’

‘We’ve been lucky with Mobuoy dump sofar’

A senior environmental officer has said Derry has been “lucky” that nitrate, ammonia, and heavy metal levels along the stretch of the Faughan adjacent to the former Mobuoy landfill site have been maintained at safe levels to date.

Casualty removed from overturned car

Casualty removed from overturned car

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) removed a casualty from a car after it flipped over the body in the Bogside area on Sunday before fire crews moved in to prevent the vehicle from bursting into flames.

Former Derry City manager Kenny Shiels, whose mother Elizabeth sadly passed away on Monday.

Mother of Kenny Shiels passes on

Former Derry City manager, Kenny Shiels, extended his thanks to all those "inside and outside" of football who have shown support for him and his family circle following the death of his mother, Elizabeth.
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Pictured at the launch of the 2018 Christmas Family Appeal and Translink and U105's 'Stuff a Bus' initiative are (from left):  Ian Campbell, Acting Director of Service Operations at Translink; Major Paul Kingscott, Divisional Leader of the Salvation Army; Archie Kinney, Regional Vice President of St Vincent de Paul and Denise Watson of U105.

Christmas Family Appeal launched

Foyle Street Bus Station is just one of the many locations across the North where people can donate gifts to The Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul’s (SVP) annual Christmas Family Appeal, which is running until December 18.

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