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Mayor Brian Tierney supports calls by Foyle Pride for a permanent Rainbow Path to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community
A rare picture of the McGuinness family has appeared on Martin McGuinness' election material
The City of Culture offices in Guildhall Square have been badly damaged in a bomb attack
Four well-known local businesses have closed down in the past number of days
Derry Man Jonathon Ayton stole a hearse and abducted his daughter, the High Court in Belfast has heard
Figures reveal Derry has more people on benefits than anywhere else in NI
The controversial British National Party say they enjoy good support here and may run for a seat in the next Derry City Council elections
A Derry pensioner has unearthed a treasure trove of original 1916 Easter Rising memorabilia in her attic
A Derry estate agents says September was a bumper month, with house viewings, offers and sales rising dramatically

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Man (20s) broke into bungalow around 11.30am yesterday (Friday) but was challenged by residents, who were at home, and ran off empty-handed
As clocks go back and evenings darken police are urging pedestrians but also motorists to "stay safe and be seen"
Council leisure centres and services have reopened to new members and pay and go customers
"Lessons from the Troubles" considers how we can build our future here - contributors include Naomi Long, Mark Durkan, Denis Bradley
This pencil drawing of Seamus Heaney is the work of another former student of St. Columb’s College, Jude McCandless