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In the darkest days of the Troubles, Seamus Mallon represented "the fierce thirst for justice", says SDLP leader Colum Eastwood
House of Commons report on the summer riots in England has stated the use of plastic bullets would have been 'dangerous'
Thugs set fire to a car in Rosemount before rolling it down Academy Road in the early hours of Monday morning
Specialist contractors have started work to stabilise the wall at Marlborough Terrace
Police have appealed for information after three linked burglaries in the Derry area
Local MLA Pat Ramsey has expressed his shock at the urgency of moving the Irish History courses from Magee to UU Coleraine Campus
A 39-year-old man appeared in court on Monday morning charged with rape
Residents of Marlborough Terrace have been moved and others have been warned not to go out to the rear of their houses after walls collapsed
Medical secretaries at Altnagelvin Hospital are mounting in industrial action over pay
A masked gunman robbed a bookmakers on the Lecky Road on Friday evening
A young woman was raped on the Strand Road in the early hours of this morning

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Book of Condolence is open at the Guildhall tomorrow, Sunday, in memory of Seamus Mallon, or online: www.derrystrabane.com/bookofcondolences
Cllr. Brian Tierney has been appointed the SDLP’s Community Policing spokesperson
Each of the SDLP MLAs will donate their £1,000 pay increase to a charity of their choice
Council will celebrate local women next weekend (Friday 31st-Saturday Feb 1st) by participating in the Herstory 20/20 Project
This week pupils from 3 Strabane primary schools had a lecture followed by a Loganair/City of Derry Airport courtesy flight over Derry