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Police seized £14,000 of controlled drugs in Kilfennan yesterday (Monday 18/01) - a man (24) and a woman (20) were arrested
Thousands of public sector workers and their supporters have packed into the Guildhall Square for a rally
Council services, schools and transport services have ground to a halt during the day of action
The audit into clerical abuse in the Catholic Church has revealed that allegations have been made against 23 priests in the Derry Diocese
The three men and a woman arrested in Derry yesterday in connection with the sectarian attack on Paul McCauley have been released
Man hurt after incident on Racecourse Road
Derry City Council have outlined how tomorrow's strike action will affect council services
Torrential rain causes flooding across Derry last night
Mark Durkan MP has called on the government to seek agreement with trade unions ahead of tomorrow's massive strike action
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

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12 year old boy cyclist left with broken toe and bruised ribs after hit and run collision with van at Kurin Rd in Garvagh on Friday (15/01)
Mayor Brian Tierney welcomes Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon's funding of £200,000 for new low-energy street lighting in Moss Park
The security alert which began at Racecourse Rd at 2am this morning ended at 8am - object was declared an elaborate hoax
Santa opened two new state of the art classrooms at Culmore PS as the school gears up to accept digital applications from January 7
SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins has welcomed the news that Council has put Culmore on the list to get Christmas lighting for the first time