Happenings

Famed trad singer Kate Crossan, Irish music and dance, African djembe drumming on Culture Night this Friday, build-up begins from noon
Willy Russell's breathtaking show Blood Brothers at the Millennium Forum is one not to be missed
The Great Hall at Magee University will be the setting for the magnificent Fidelio Trio performance tonight
Thousands of people attended a family fun day at Ebrington Square on Easter Monday
The latest event at Ebrington Square takes place on Easter Monday when a free family fun day takes place. ‘Eggspo 2012’ runs for 11am-5pm.
Maureen Nolan speaks to Newswireni about her Irish roots and her delight to be back in Derry for another musical performance
Every pound donated to Trócaire by people in Derry will have double the impact on some of the world’s poorest and disadvantaged people
After months of anticipation, legendary folk singer Declan McLaughlin has unleashed his new CD on the masses
Hundreds of people packed the Waterfoot Hotel tonight to help launch the 11th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival
Derry City Council have confirmed it will be necessary to close some roads and traffic lanes temporarily on Saturday for the celebrations
This year Brian Og’s GAA club under 8’s are embarking on their ‘Voyage of the High Seas’ in the St. Patrick’s Day Spring Carnival Parade

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Climate Strike, Guildhall Square Friday 1pm, and 'Our Earth Our Future' March from Waterside Train Station to Guildhall at 2pm on Saturday
One premises in 17 was burgled in Donegal since 2010, a 5.75% burglary rate, but well below national average of 13.34%, says Phonewatch
Police photo shows the car containing command wired explosive device in Creggan would have endangered the lives of two neighbouring families
Famed trad singer Kate Crossan, Irish music and dance, African djembe drumming on Culture Night this Friday, build-up begins from noon
NWRC science student and local mum Suzanne Ramage has made it to UK finals of World Skills Competition as a lab technician