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£1.2m repair bill for the washed 
out bridges at Claudy and Park

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From the archive: Go n-éirí an THAW leat! - December 1967

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Kelly blasts social housing overhaul

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Madam’s Bank Road shooting probe: Two males released

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Scaling highest peak for Tiny Tots

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Culmore PO refurbishment

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Shocking images show Derry teen's face after assault

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‘Health system paralysed by political failure’

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From the archive: G.P.O. Club’s 426 members retain position at top of the local clubs’ drinking league spending a total of £95,758 - December 1992

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Johnny & Courteney give Derry school choir a big thumbs up

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Lone Moor road and safety works upgrade

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The 22 year-old man was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital.

Man (22) seriously injured in Donegal road crash

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Garda and PSNI officer conducting a checkpoint in Bridgeend at the launch of the Cross Border Anti Drink Driving Campaign on Tuesday last. Photo- Clive Wasson

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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Madam’s Bank Road shooting probe: Two males released

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The assault and robbery occurred in the Galliagh Park area of Derry.

Shocking images show Derry teen's face after assault

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The men were arrested in Derry on Friday.

Two men arrested in Derry over shooting

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PSNI.

Police appeal over reported attack in Galliagh

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Scaling highest peak for Tiny Tots

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Johnny & Courteney give Derry school choir a big thumbs up

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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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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”

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

Derry student urges people to Light up Christmas for children

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Culmore PO refurbishment

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Patricia Logue.

Lone Moor road and safety works upgrade

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(L-R) Sharon Austin and Marie Newton are two of 28 women to recall their lost stories in a new anthology launched today. Beyond the Silence captures the intensely personal experiences of women during the Troubles and offers a glimpse of how ordinary families coped in extraordinary times. They are pictured with the Project Coordinator Carol Cunningham and International Fund for Ireland Chairman Dr Adrian Johnston.

Massive funding boost for key groups across the North West

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SDLP Councillor Tina Gardiner.

‘Shop local this Christmas’

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Culmore PO refurbishment

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Mark H Durkan

‘Health system paralysed by political failure’

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Sons of the late Sinn F�in leader Martin McGuinness, Emmett and  Fiachra, launching  the 2018 Derry Graves Association Calendar in the City Cemetery. (Picture by Charlie McMenamin)

Martin McGuinness’ sons launch special calendar

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Foyle MP Elisha McCallion.

‘Constructive’ meeting over damp in homes

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Patricia Logue.

Lone Moor road and safety works upgrade

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‘Constructive’ meeting over damp in homes

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Patricia Logue.

Lone Moor road and safety works upgrade

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Sinn Fein Councillor Patricia Logue.

Residents ‘shocked’ over chemical levels

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Independent Derry Strabane Councillor Gary Donnelly tabled the motion criticising the move by US President Donald Trump.

DUP walk out after branding Trump motion ‘ridiculous’

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‘Constructive’ meeting over damp in homes

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Protesters gathered in the city centre at the weekend.

‘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

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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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