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In the darkest days of the Troubles, Seamus Mallon represented "the fierce thirst for justice", says SDLP leader Colum Eastwood
Aisling Gallagher is the new Derry Walls Manager, bringing day to day management of the Walls to the City for the first time
House at Ashleigh Court burgled between 9am Sunday 15 December and 2pm Tues 18 December - cash and jewellery taken
Parents continue to raise the issue of persistent dog fouling outside the Model PS, says Cllr Shauna Cusack
DfI is putting off footpath repairs at Dunvale Close despite a serious accident involving a pedestrian last week, says Mark H Durkan
In 1986 Brian Keenan was captured by Islamic Jihad and spent 4.5 years in a concrete cell - this week he visited Magilligan to speak
Archbishop Eamon Martin has called for return to 50/50 recruitment by PSNI, as Catholic officers now represent 32% and falling
Whoriskey gets 15 years for manslaughter of 3 year old Kayden McGuinness in 2017 - half in prison, half on licence - he has shown no remorse
Man (20) arrested on suspicion of 2 burglaries on Coshquin Road at the weekend, 14-15 December
As Derry votes today, many are hoping to stop Brexit and save the NHS by electing a candidate who will take their seat in Westminster
Police seized suspected Class A and B drugs, as well as £20,000 in cash in searches in Cityside area of Derry

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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