SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood MP has welcomed US President-Elect Joe Biden’s commitment to opposing the return of a hard border in Ireland
Foyle Pride is painting a temporary rainbow path at the Peace Bridge and is hoping it will become a permanent path for LGBTQ+ people
An Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed commitment to a shared island and investing in Magee, the A5, Ulster Canal and Narrow Water Bridge
House and car windows smashed, then owner coming to challenge perpetrator extensively injured with hammer on Sunday 18 October at Enagh Park
There is still no NI Self-Isolation Grant Scheme, while those self-isolating but who cannot work from home get £500 elsewhere in the UK
Calls for deep-clean of Derry's sorting office as a third of staff are out on Covid-related absences, says Mark H Durkan MLA
Eastwood calls on Foster to 'rein in' Edwin Poots for attacking restrictions and reportedly saying cases are mostly in 'nationalist' areas
Imprisoned mums at Hydebank Wood women's prison are now allowed Zoom calls to talk to their children, or help them with homework, from 5-7pm
Council’s Business and Culture Committee announce that redevelopment of Harbour Square, including a factory girls artwork, will cost £1.4m
An £80,000 resurfacing scheme on the Spencer Road-Fountain Hill section of Chapel Road will begin on October 19
Magilligan's HIS (Help I’m Struggling) Box contains therapeutic puzzles and activities for prisoners showing signs of anxiety and distress


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Two men stole silver Fiesta at Clon Elagh, hit another car at Strand Road, then stole parcels from postal van in Blighs Gardens
Health Minister confirms additional supplies of flu vaccine were received this week, allowing the seasonal flu programme to resume
Work begins next week to redevelop former Clondermot High School site as a new £8m community hub and sports facility opening in Summer 2022
"Lessons from the Troubles" considers how we can build our future here - contributors include Naomi Long, Mark Durkan, Denis Bradley
This pencil drawing of Seamus Heaney is the work of another former student of St. Columb’s College, Jude McCandless