Sinn Féin proposals for John Hume memorial just 6 weeks after his death are premature and insensitive, says SDLP Councillor Martin Reilly
"I apologise unreservedly for the hurt and offence caused by my tweet to people who suffered serious harm during the conflict here"
SDLP calls for apology after Martina Anderson MLA commented the Victims' Pension is £800m mainly for ‘those who fought Britain’s dirty war’
Peace Bridge will be closed 8pm to 6am for 5 nights, Monday 31st August to Saturday 5th September, for cleaning of the decking and railings
Drivers should not enter pools of water during today's floods, which are extensive in places, says NIFRS
Police said a security alert last night (Monday 24 August) at Lecky Road ended when a suspicious object was found to be nothing untoward
Social housing budget is down £19m, while only 41% of last year's targets for house builds was achieved, says Mark H Durkan MLA
A new mural has been completed on Belfast's Falls Road in memory of Belfast boy Noah Donohue
Eight officers from Antrim police station who were feeling unwell have tested positive for Covid-19 - appropriate measures have been taken
Man from Derry (50) and man from Lurgan (26) charged with directing terrorism will appear in court in Belfast today (22 August)
Ruling is clear: DUP and Sinn Féin must now obey and implement Victims Payment Scheme for those injured in the Troubles, says Colum Eastwood


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Fund of £1m will supply sports organisations with PPE safety packs including hand sanitiser, face masks, gloves and signage
Mayor joined Seamus Breslin and Trevor Temple at City Cemetery for Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour to celebrate Good Relations Week
Council to reopen cemeteries from 8am – 7pm from this Saturday (19th September) but social distancing rules will still apply
Culmore Community Partnership opened the doors of the newly renovated Culmore Community Hub at Victoria Hall this week
Joe Mahon returns to UTV from Monday 21st September at 8pm in a brand new series, Lough Foyle