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Baptisms and indoor marriages are free to resume from Friday July 10 - but each venue can decide their own reopening schedule
Files on plastic bullet victims Paul Whitters (15) and Julie Livingstone (14) reclassified to remain closed for a further 30 years
Police searching for Noah ask public to check garden sheds, caravans in driveways, or report clothing that has disappeared from clotheslines
Noah (14) may have suffered a fall and bang to his head while cycling, and then abandoned his clothing before cycling on, PSNI said today
Man approached around 6.10pm last night (Monday 22 June) on Orchard Street by two men who threatened to shoot him
Boy and girl both 17 arrested on suspicion of arson after fire after 10pm last night at former school in Gransha Park
Collins children from Ballymagroarty seen with relative in Belfast boarding Liverpool ferry on 12 June: parents' whereabouts still unknown
Gang of 3 in masks broke into flat at Main St., Dungiven and beat sleeping man with hammer and other weapons in a racist hate crime
Justice Minister has confirmed intention to introduce Unexplained Wealth Orders which would allow freezing of assets of criminal gangs
Racist hate crimes have outnumbered sectarian hate crimes for the last two years but conviction rates remain low, says Dolores Kelly MLA
Planning given for 200-seater covered stand with changing rooms. toilets and turnstiles at Melvin Arena

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Prisons are preparing to return to visiting, under strict health guidelines, from 27 July, says Justice Minister Naomi Long
Joe Barr leaves Malin Head at 4pm today to attempt Malin-Mizen-Malin in under 48 hours, hoping to break the current World Cycling record
Mayor Brian Tierney has offered his congratulations and best wishes to Marie Lindsay on her retirement as principal of St Mary's College
Tommy Fleming to play Millennium Forum next February - tickets on sale from Friday 3 July and cost £28
City Colts FC have generously donated £2,770 to Altnagelvin staff raised through an online concert