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Derry welcomes 30th World Suicide Prevention Congress this week, with 850 delegates the largest conference ever in the city
Plans are afoot to transform Derry's Brooke Park in a £4.4m project which will see the park's leisure and sports facilities get a facelift
Police are examining CCTV footage to determine the cause of teenager Caolan Page's death in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A rare picture of the McGuinness family has appeared on Martin McGuinness' election material
The City of Culture offices in Guildhall Square have been badly damaged in a bomb attack
Four well-known local businesses have closed down in the past number of days
Derry Man Jonathon Ayton stole a hearse and abducted his daughter, the High Court in Belfast has heard
Figures reveal Derry has more people on benefits than anywhere else in NI
The controversial British National Party say they enjoy good support here and may run for a seat in the next Derry City Council elections
A Derry pensioner has unearthed a treasure trove of original 1916 Easter Rising memorabilia in her attic
A Derry estate agents says September was a bumper month, with house viewings, offers and sales rising dramatically

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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
Famed trad singer Kate Crossan, Irish music and dance, African djembe drumming on Culture Night this Friday, build-up begins from noon
NWRC science student and local mum Suzanne Ramage has made it to UK finals of World Skills Competition as a lab technician