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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
Mobuoy waste dump must be urgently remediated to protect water quality and River Faughan wildlife, says Foyle MLA Sinéad McLaughlin
SDLP's Colum Eastwood condemns shooting of man in the leg at Southway and a car being set on fire in Creggan
Education Minister will tell the Assembly today that GCSEs, AS and A Levels will not take place in Northern Ireland this year
From Friday, restriction to 6 from one 'bubble' in a private garden, up to 6 from 2 households (including children) for other gatherings
Remote learning for all schools until mid-February, but unless a further announcement is made, students should expect to sit scheduled exams
Education Minister cancels transfer tests, but is criticised for leaving the decision until the last minute
The Executive said that today (Tuesday) they will finalise formal 'stay at home' regulations and 'extended remote learning' in schools
Mayor Brian Tierney has expressed sadness at the passing of Derry city legend Willie Curran, who died last night aged 90
A financially damaging year for sports clubs means that an all-Ireland soccer league makes better sense than ever, says Martina Anderson MLA
PSNI report over 1,000 call-outs on New Year's Eve - mainly anti-social behaviour, assault, criminal damage, and 86 cases of domestic abuse

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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