The minister who gave the green light to the Apprentice Boys parade that sparked the ‘Battle of the Bogside’ and requested the deployment of British troops in the North has been added to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Remembering Martin: ‘We were very lucky to have him’
In this article, to mark the first anniversary of Martin McGuinness’ death, Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald says the Derry man was a peacemaker and a statesman of enormous stature around the world
DUP MP Gregory Campbell has said the report published by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee at Westminster reinforces that there will not be infrastructure at the border with the Republic of Ireland when the UK leaves the EU.
Hannon Coach: ‘Express’ service will multiply Derry tourist spend
Hannon Coach, the firm behind a bid to run a new ‘express’ bus service between Derry and Belfast, outlined the benefits to members of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Business and Culture Committee this week.
Cloaking the carnival: NWCI create over 600 costumes for St Patrick’s Day parade
The North West Carnival Initiative has been a hive of activity over recent months, all in a bid to ensure that this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade is one of the most spectacular the city has ever seen.