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Co. Donegal men jailed after £1/2 million drugs find

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The Met Office issued the weather warning on Wednesday morning.

Met Office issue weather warning of ice for Derry

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Devastated mother Claire Smallwood

Mum appeals for help after ashes of deceased baby girl Holly stolen in burglary

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Family badly shaken after materials torched at home

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Social home heat upgrades will protect the vulnerable

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Survey finds increasing Brexit alarm among manufacturers with 38% planning to move production outside the North

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Three arrested following cash, counterfeits and guns seizures, released

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‘We need to be on the streets to stop benefit cuts’, protest told

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Austin’s Christmas Windows proving a big draw with new generations

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The crowd watch as The Script perform at Radio One's Big Weekend, at Ebrington Square in Derry back in 2013.  (Photo Niall Carson/PA Wire)

Ebrington to remain an ‘important’ events venue

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PSNI and Gardai in cross-border drink-drive Christmas crackdown

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Queen's Quay car park in Derry

Council agrees to write off over £170,000 parking fine debt

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The busy Buncrana Road.

Strategy for £50m Buncrana Road carriageway plan under way

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The road traffic collision occurred in Co. Wexford on Monday.

Four members of family killed in crash

Transport
Bumper to bumper..... Cars parked in the Bogside area yesterday.

Over 500 homes in Bogside to be consulted on new parking scheme

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Mum appeals for help after ashes of deceased baby girl Holly stolen in burglary

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Magilligan Prison, Co Derry.

Problems with Catholic inmates at Magillgian go back years, say SDLP

Crime

Don’t gift thieves a Xmas opportunity

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The PSNI issued the warning on Tuesday morning.

PSNI issue fraud warning

Crime

‘One punch can kill’ campaign is launched in Derry

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St. Cecilia's College principal Martine Mulhern pictured with, from left, Laura Lindsay, Deputy Head Girl, Aine O'Hagan, Deputy Head Girl, and Roise O'Dochartaigh, Head Girl. DER4817-140KM

Martine Mulhern: “Everyone at St. Cecilia’s is a leader in their own right”

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Cora Deery (20) from Culmore volunteers with the NSPCC.

Derry student urges people to Light up Christmas for children

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The NSPCC has reported a spike in the number of counselling sessions about grooming. Picture posed by model. (Picture Jon Challicom Photographer, courtesy of NSPCC)

Child Sexual Exploitation ‘can happen to any child or young person’ -NSPCC

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The Mayor, Councillor Maoliosa McHugh pictured with members of Destined and pupils and staff from St. Mary's College and St. Joseph's Boys' School, when he visited the Destined centre at the Foyle Valley Railway to see an old railway steam engine loaded on to a lorry to be taken to the Railway Preservation Society at Whitehead where it will be restored, the engine will be returned in six months time to be put on display at the front of the building. The students are taking part in a project to examine the history of the engine and the former railway stations in the city. The restoration is being funded by the Big Lottery Fund. DER4817-143KM

Full steam ahead for new railway project

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‘We need to be on the streets to stop benefit cuts’, protest told

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Austin’s Christmas Windows proving a big draw with new generations

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The crowd watch as The Script perform at Radio One's Big Weekend, at Ebrington Square in Derry back in 2013.  (Photo Niall Carson/PA Wire)

Ebrington to remain an ‘important’ events venue

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Tommy McCallion (left) with Mayor Maoliosa McHugh with group including Off The Streets representatives and young people at the new Mobile Hub.

Off The Streets’ new mobile hub to help reach more young people

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‘We need to be on the streets to stop benefit cuts’, protest told

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The crowd watch as The Script perform at Radio One's Big Weekend, at Ebrington Square in Derry back in 2013.  (Photo Niall Carson/PA Wire)

Ebrington to remain an ‘important’ events venue

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Tommy McCallion (left) with Mayor Maoliosa McHugh with group including Off The Streets representatives and young people at the new Mobile Hub.

Off The Streets’ new mobile hub to help reach more young people

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Patricia Logue.

Housing condition survey welcomed

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Some of the donations left for the Christmas Snowball Appeal

Local people encouraged to leave donations for Operation Snowball

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‘We need to be on the streets to stop benefit cuts’, protest told

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The crowd watch as The Script perform at Radio One's Big Weekend, at Ebrington Square in Derry back in 2013.  (Photo Niall Carson/PA Wire)

Ebrington to remain an ‘important’ events venue

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Tommy McCallion (left) with Mayor Maoliosa McHugh with group including Off The Streets representatives and young people at the new Mobile Hub.

Off The Streets’ new mobile hub to help reach more young people

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The Donegal-Derry Vipers pictured  in a previous clash against the Craigavon Cowboys in Portadown. (picture by Dean Cullen)

Donegal-Derry Vipers in cautious welcome for movement on border

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‘We need to be on the streets to stop benefit cuts’, protest told

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Representatives from the PSNI, the Police and Community Safety Partnership and Granny Annies Bar at the launch of the One punch can Kill:  A moments madness will ruin more than one life beer mat and poster awareness campaign which will be rolled out across the City and District this weekend. More information is available by calling the police and asking for your Crime Prevention Officer or Local Policing Team or by contacting the PSCP through Derry City and Strabane District Council.

‘One punch can kill’ campaign is launched in Derry

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Summer Crossan-Condren pictured with her sisters Molly, left, and Roisin. DER4917-145KM

Cannabis oil transforms the quality of life for brave Derry girl Summer

Health
Mayor of Derry & Strabane Maol�osa McHugh cutting the ruibbon on the new premises with MP Elisha MCallion, Santa and Jackie White, NI Director.

Action on Hearing Loss office opens

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Sinn F�in Health spokesperson Councillor Patricia Logue with Bogside and Brandywell Health Forum programme manager Aileen McGuinness supporting the campaign not to waste prescription medicines.

Medicine waste campaign backed

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