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Man arrested in investigation into dissident activity
A man (36) was arrested as part of an investigation into violent dissident republican activity, following a search in Derry today
Police charge 37-year-old over Clarendon Street arson attack
A 37-year-old man has been charged in connection with an arson attack in the Clarendon Street area of the city.
Hundreds pack Guildhall Square to call for RAAD threat to be lifted
Several hundred people packed into Guildhall Square this afternoon to call for the vigilante group RAAD to disband
Three people treated for smoke inhalation after city centre arson
Three people were treated for smoke inhalation after a fire in city centre flats last night
'Deliberately timed shooting of teenager will not deter people from taking to the streets against RAAD'
The people of Derry are being urged to take to the streets this Saturday for a rally against Republican Action Against Drugs
Teenage boy shot in both legs in Creggan attack
A teenage boy was shot up to five times in Creggan last night.
Man shot in Creggan attack
A young man has been shot in Creggan tonight
Fury as Stormont civil servants are paid £600,000 in bonuses
Civil servants working in the Executive were paid more than £600,000 in bonuses over 11 months, figures released today have revealed
Official Peace One Day line-up announced
Imelda May, Newton Faulkner, Guillemots and Wonder Villains are the first acts confirmed for the Peace One Day concert in June
Ilex boss admits she 'got it wrong' on £400,000 unauthorised overspend
Ilex boss Aideen McGinley has told a Stormont Committee her firm made mistakes while spending public money.
Head of Ilex to face Stormont Committee to answer questions over money
The head of Ilex will today face a Stormont Committee to answer criticism over unauthorised spending and bonuses
Mayor joins Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour at City Cemetery
Mayor joined Seamus Breslin and Trevor Temple at City Cemetery for Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour to celebrate Good Relations Week
Cemeteries return to normal opening hours
Council to reopen cemeteries from 8am – 7pm from this Saturday (19th September) but social distancing rules will still apply
Long-term funding for Crisis Intervention Service must be found, says Sinéad McLaughlin MLA
Health Minister's £60,000 to keep Crisis Intervention Service running until April is welcome, but ongoing and long-term support is needed
Culmore's Victoria Hall reopens following extensive renovations
Culmore Community Partnership opened the doors of the newly renovated Culmore Community Hub at Victoria Hall this week
Joe Mahon returns to screens with new series on Lough Foyle
Joe Mahon returns to UTV from Monday 21st September at 8pm in a brand new series, Lough Foyle