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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
Planning has been approved for 158 new homes at the site of the former Adria Factory in Strabane
Consultation on leave for bereaved parents until 10 August - https://www.economy-ni.gov.uk/consultations/parental-bereavement-leave-and-pay
High Court has granted leave to challenge this year's unregulated tests, on behalf of a child with special needs, says Karen Mullan MLA
Funding till end September for Community Crisis Intervention Service is welcome, but long-term funding is essential, says Colum Eastwood
Man (24) and woman (28) arrested in Waterloo St on suspicion of firearms offences have been released on bail pending further enquiries
Firearms seized in Waterloo St this morning (15/06), man (24) and woman (28) have been arrested and street has now been reopened
Partial opening of further education (FE) colleges and work-based-learning providers to support delivery of vocational qualifications
Amenities, toilets, concession stands at forest and country parks can open from Monday
Anti-racism protestors in Seattle have taken inspiration from Derry for this sign to mark their no-go area for police
Catholic Principals’ Association, endorsed by 200 school heads, calls for suspension of academic selection tests for this year

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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