A Derry woman has lost £20,500 after a man she met online claimed his account was frozen and persuaded her to give him her banking details
Two youths, 16 and 17, beaten around their legs with crowbar by masked gang at Iniscarn Road last night - injuries are not life-threatening
Sainsbury is trialling a 'reverse vending machine' for plastic/glass bottles and cans - each item returned gives you a 5p Sainsbury coupon
Residents talk of crowds of youths and an arranged fight on former Foyle College site at Northland Rd, says Cllr Shauna Cusack
Last Friday between 7-11pm, a flat was ransacked at St Canice's Close, Eglinton - a sum of money was stolen
Distraught woman ran from Sandinos to river but was pursued by a young bystander who calmed and comforted the woman until paramedics arrived
Man (31) arrested in caravan shortly after damage and assaults in Church Street bar - he threatened police with a shotgun at the caravan
Galliagh Parish Centre is being refurbished, but thousands of pounds worth of damage has been caused this week, says Cllr Brian Tierney
House entered and ransacked at Gelvin Road yesterday evening between 4.30pm and 12.20am - a sum of money was stolen
Police warn public after burglaries of homes and businesses in Castelderg and Ballymagorry, and suspicious behaviour in Victoria Bridge
Six days after a flute band offended Derry, 'offensive material' has been reported on a bonfire in the Bogside - police are investigating


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NWRC has secured €1.6 million of Erasmus+ funding to allow students and staff to study and train across Europe over the coming 2 years
Faded white lines around the city and on major arteries such as Branch and Creggan Road are a danger as we head into winter, says Cusack
Burglary at Kiltybane Rd in Newbuildings: Stihl chainsaw, leaf blower and hedge clipper stolen from outbuilding overnight Sunday-Monday
Translink with RSPB will play birdsong over the PA at train stations tomorrow (17th) to highlight the decline in wild bird populations
"Stitch a Witch" costume crafting workshops at New 2 You on Sat mornings 19 & 26 Oct - bring your own oddments - tickets £3