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Van hijacked and set on fire in Creggan, delivery driver hijacked in Glenowen, bus hijacked and set alight, but put out, in Ballymagroarty
Police are appealing for information after an assault on the City Walls, near Waterloo Street last Friday night, 23rd March.
Derry City Council have given the green light to proposals for a new Irish language hotel in Derry city centre
SDLP Leader Dr Alasdair McDonnell has said his party’s MLAs will refuse the 11% pay hike
Thieves have stolen a substantial amount of lead from the Derry primary school
Garda officers are liasing with PSNI in Derry over human remains found at Redcastle in Co Donegal
Police aren't ruling out a sectarian motive for an attack on a man in the Waterside area of the city on Sunday night
The bid to change the name of City of Derry Airport to honour Amelia Earhart has been rejected
Two Derry teenagers are set to travel to Gaza tomorrow as part of an Irish delegation into the troubled region
Burglars stole a water tank from a house in the Waterside, resulting in significant damage which led to a roof collapsing
A 41-year-old man was arrested last night after an incident in the Galliagh area

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RTÉ will broadcast the Funeral Mass, which begins at 11.30am tomorrow, Wednesday on RTÉ One and RTÉ News Now, BBC will live-stream the Mass
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