Happenings

Paul Holland's new biography of legendary Derry blues and soul singer Rob Strong is now available on the official website www.robstrong.ie
The Strathfoyle community have launched a leaflet to combat hate crime, following a rise in incidents in the Enagh/Strathfoyle area
Council urges local families to walk/run 3k over Easter - proceeds to Aurora Counselling Services: derrystrabaneleisure.com/easterrun/
Jamie-Lee O'Donnell is thrilled to be appointed as the Millennium Forum's first Youth Patron, to help young upcoming actors in her home town
The Playhouse has appointed classical musician former head of Voluntary Arts Ireland Kevin Murphy as their new Chief Executive
Council launches survey of older people to ask how it can promote age friendliness and improve their quality of life
Santa opened two new state of the art classrooms at Culmore PS as the school gears up to accept digital applications from January 7
SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins has welcomed the news that Council has put Culmore on the list to get Christmas lighting for the first time
"Lessons from the Troubles" considers how we can build our future here - contributors include Naomi Long, Mark Durkan, Denis Bradley
This pencil drawing of Seamus Heaney is the work of another former student of St. Columb’s College, Jude McCandless
Complex pool will remain closed next week for further maintenance works - gym and classes continue as usual

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Non-essential retail and hairdresser/beauty services could reopen from April 26, if proposals are accepted at a meeting on April 15th
Nadine Coyle guests on tonight’s "The Great Celebrity Bake-Off" with John Bishop, Anneka Rice and Ade Adepitan - Channel 4, 8pm
Man arrested and charged following discovery of 'a significant amount' of Class B drugs in a house in Culmore
Paul Holland's new biography of legendary Derry blues and soul singer Rob Strong is now available on the official website www.robstrong.ie
The Strathfoyle community have launched a leaflet to combat hate crime, following a rise in incidents in the Enagh/Strathfoyle area