Happenings

The Tower Museum is now running a temporary exhibition 'Dividing Ireland – The origins, impact and legacy of partition'.
Cllr. Angela Dobbins has congratulated Steelstown PS, who were crowned Best School in N.I. at the Families First Education Awards in Belfast
NWRC's HLA courses combine training and earning in Accountancy, Software Development, Engineering, and Hospitality & Tourism
Local primary school children planted 3 new tree species in Brooke Park to celebrate 2nd place for The Knobbly Tree in 'Tree of the Year'
Tickets go on sale on Friday morning for what promises to be a sensational night of music at the Forum on Sunday May 10th
Youth from Newbuildings this week attended a cross-community tin whistle and piping workshop organised by the NW Cultural Partnership
Ireland's largest radical bookfair takes place at Pilot's Row Community Centre on Saturday 1 Feb with sellers from across Ireland and GB
Council will celebrate local women next weekend (Friday 31st-Saturday Feb 1st) by participating in the Herstory 20/20 Project
This week pupils from 3 Strabane primary schools had a lecture followed by a Loganair/City of Derry Airport courtesy flight over Derry
Education Minister Peter Weir has wished the best of luck to all p7 pupils awaiting entrance test results this weekend
NWRC Limavady offers 6-week intensive course in play park construction, leading to guaranteed job interview with Hawthorn Heights

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On Sunday night (9 Aug) a woman in her 30s climbed up on a generator at Lecky Rd and was pushed off by a man, falling to the ground
Two men (24 and 27) in court tomorrow charged with supplying class A drugs and other charges
Shots hit front door of house at Ard na Smoll in early hours today (Sun 9 Aug) - occupants were not hurt but left traumatised
The Tower Museum is now running a temporary exhibition 'Dividing Ireland – The origins, impact and legacy of partition'.
Council is launching online Virtual Tours including the Guildhall, City Walls, and County Tyrone for Heritage Week 17-23 August