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Baptisms and indoor marriages are free to resume from Friday July 10 - but each venue can decide their own reopening schedule
This firing pack would have been used to remotely detonate the fully primed bomb found in Ballymagroarty, say PSNI
Notices and fines issued to a number of individuals and organisers of Derry protests and some prosecutions will now follow, say PSNI
Police search in Ballymagroarty uncovers a bomb, handgun and ammunition
PSNI say second 'dangerous item' found today on 38-acre site behind Ballymagroarty being used as storage area by dissident Republicans
PSNI search of grasslands at Ballymagroarty may last for days - harmful material has already been found, says Cllr Shauna Cusack
Guildhall clockface and Council offices will be lit up yellow tomorrow, Saturday, to show support for 'Black Lives Matter' campaign
NI Water will be clearing a foul sewer on Foyle St from 7pm-7am for 3 weeks from Monday 8 June - some traffic restrictions are inevitable
Man in his 20s is in hospital with broken jaw after assault by gang between Carranbane Walk and Curragh Walk in early hours of Monday 1 June
Strabane has secured £5,000 to develop and market a Flann O'Brien Hiking Trail celebrating the life and work of local writer Brian O'Nolan
FSR rescued a person from the River Foyle shortly after 5am this morning (Thursday 4 June) - the person was then transferred to hospital

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Prisons are preparing to return to visiting, under strict health guidelines, from 27 July, says Justice Minister Naomi Long
Joe Barr leaves Malin Head at 4pm today to attempt Malin-Mizen-Malin in under 48 hours, hoping to break the current World Cycling record
Mayor Brian Tierney has offered his congratulations and best wishes to Marie Lindsay on her retirement as principal of St Mary's College
Tommy Fleming to play Millennium Forum next February - tickets on sale from Friday 3 July and cost £28
City Colts FC have generously donated £2,770 to Altnagelvin staff raised through an online concert