Happenings

The Tower Museum is now running a temporary exhibition 'Dividing Ireland – The origins, impact and legacy of partition'.
"Stitch a Witch" costume crafting workshops at New 2 You on Sat mornings 19 & 26 Oct - bring your own oddments - tickets £3
Magherafelt born Mayor of Burnaby brings 5-person delegation to Derry this year to see how they can stage a similar Halloween Fest in Canada
The Saurus giant street walkabout dinosaurs will make a wecome return for Halloween this year, having been here in 2015 and 2016
Conor McGinty auditioned this week in NY for upcoming Broadway musical, launches album shortly and will go on Irish tour in the spring
Today is International Day of Older Persons and people are invited to think about how they treat older persons, and also to challenge ageism
Paddy and Theresa Logue and family raised a staggering £104,000 for children's cancer charity Clic Sargent in memory of their son Gerard
The Makaton performance combines signs, symbols and speech to communicate clearly to people with disabilities - book now for 2pm Sun 15 Dec
Slow Food Festival is pushing all traders and visitors to maximum sustainability: 'reduce, reuse, recycle' to hit 50% recycling rate by 2020
James O'Donnell has published his calendar of photos of his border collie Iggy around Donegal - www.jamesodonnellphotography.bigcartel.com
To celebrate Positive Aging Month the Alley will screen the 1969 classic 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' on Friday 11 October at 1.30pm

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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