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Derry economy will be hit hard by demands that non-UK migrants must have a job paying £20,480, says SDLP's Sinead McLaughlin
Criminals have been selling fake and faulty goods from car parks and public places across the northwest in the run up to Christmas
Snow is expected to hit the northwest on Sunday
Police have renewed their appeal over 20-year-old missing man Eamon Moore
Two men in their 40s were thrown into a van in the Bridge Street area of Strabane, taken away, beaten and slashed with knives
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Police say the fire at a Springtown Industrial Estate clothing recycling depot was arson
Northern Ireland will grind to a halt on Wednesday if planned strike action is not averted
Low levels of Nitrogen Dioxide and Sulphur Dioxide have been picked up in the Derry air at two air monitoring sites in the city
There have been six incidents of hostage taking in the north's prisons this year, the latest in Magilligan in October
More should have been done to support our construction industry, says Mark Durkan

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Pictured are l-r driver John Durey, Translink Ceo Chris Conway, and driver Gerry Page, each celebrating 40 years 'on the buses'
Athletes heard from Hockey World Cup silver medallist Megan Frazer and Ulster rugby star Gary Longwell at 1st free seminar in Foyle Arena
Measures to address flooding and sewage problems at Eglinton and Coshquin are being progressed, says Department for Infrastructure
Foyle Pride fundraiser at Sandino's is a 6-hour music extravangeansaí featuring local talent including Henry Girls, Blackbird & Crow, Reevah
Former Stone Roses lead singer, Ian Brown, will perform at the Millennium Forum on 18th May - tickets on sale Friday 28 February