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Councillor Angela Dobbins has had her proposal for an objection to an asphalt plant near Derry unanimously supported and approved by Council
Of 184 green infrastructure actions planned by 2032, 114 have commenced and 22 have already been completed (Photo: LMK)
AQE announced today that for public health reasons they will not be holding a transfer test for primary school pupils this year
Body recovered from Donegal river yesterday (Tuesday 12/01) afternoon, after a kayaker who saw the body called emergency services
Minister Nichola Mallon confirmed that an additional payment of £1500 will now be made to cover the period of September 2020 to March 2021
Silver Mitsubishi Outlander hijacked by 4 masked men at Cornshell Fields after 9pm last night was later found burnt out at Racecourse Road
From today (11/01) domiciliary care workers and independent care staff can book in to receive the Covid-19 vaccine
Ten years on, the “dysfunctional and divisive relationship” between the DUP and Sinn Fein continues to block progress, says Colum Eastwood
Enagh Youth Forum have appealed to people not to walk on partially-frozen Enagh Lough as ice is not able to carry body weight
Both SDLP and Sinn Féin have condemned the shooting of a man in the legs on Friday night (8/01) outside a house in Creggan Heights
3,500 taxi drivers have received some aid but Nicola Mallon is now seeking to open a second financial assistance scheme for the taxi sector

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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