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Owen Mor management were 'fiercely opposed' to unions who might have required better conditions and staff training, says PbP's Shaun Harkin
As the threat of conflict looms over Iran, the Derry public are being urged to stand together and make their voice heard
Local SDLP MLA has urged those in distress to contact someone for help
Police are now treating the fire at Sean Dolan's GAA in Derry as arson
Local photographer Kevin Carlin captured the images from the shore after a cargo ship ran aground near the railway track outside Derry
Police and Foyle Search and Rescue were called to two separate incidents on the Foyle Bridge today
The Derry railway line has been closed after a ship ran aground near the tracks
Police have revealed that the figures for those detected drink driving are up on last year's
Police are investigating a case of aggravated burglary in the Galliagh area on Wednesday night
Public confidence in the police and criminal justice system has shown a two per cent increase
The Sean Dolan GAA club has been extensively damaged in an overnight fire

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Climate Strike, Guildhall Square Friday 1pm, and 'Our Earth Our Future' March from Waterside Train Station to Guildhall at 2pm on Saturday
One premises in 17 was burgled in Donegal since 2010, a 5.75% burglary rate, but well below national average of 13.34%, says Phonewatch
Police photo shows the car containing command wired explosive device in Creggan would have endangered the lives of two neighbouring families
Photographers aged 8-16 can use camera or phone to snap a historic site around Strabane - entries by 30 Sept for inclusion in 2020 calendar
Famed trad singer Kate Crossan, Irish music and dance, African djembe drumming on Culture Night this Friday, build-up begins from noon