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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
Court of Appeal said treatment of the ‘Hooded Men’ at a secret army compound in Ballykelly in 1971 was torture and must be investigated
Woman in her 90s died after being struck by motorcycle at Drumrane Rd, Limavady yesterday - motorcyclist is critical but stable in hospital
Lates figures show four out of five of all noise complaints to councils were domestic noise from animals, loud music, TVs, and parties
Masked men with a gun and a hammer smashed a window at Derrymore, Hazelbank after 9.30pm last night - man in the house fought them off
Owen Mor management were 'fiercely opposed' to unions who might have required better conditions and staff training, says PbP's Shaun Harkin
Derry welcomes 30th World Suicide Prevention Congress this week, with 850 delegates the largest conference ever in the city
Former Foyle College campus at Duncreggan Road should be temporarily used as parking for Magee students, says Mark H Durkan
PSNI launch 'Shut It' campaign to encourage students to keep doors and windows locked and keep their lodgings secure
Council caves in to businesses who do not want buskers or performers with speakers
House ransacked and jewellery stolen at Grovemount Court, Altnagelvin around noon on Thursday 12 September

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100 climbers scaled twice the height of Mount Everest at the Foyle Arena raising £1,400 for Macmillian, Foyle Women's Aid and Koram Centre
Black Astra stolen in Meadowview Crescent at midnight on Tuesday had previously been seen in Abercorn Road - PSNI seeking dashcam footage
North West Greenway is giving out free bike lights at Guildhall 3 Dec, at the'Tinnies' Strabane 4 Dec, Gap Café Bridgend 5 Dec, all @ 4.45pm
Derry's Helen Cammock is a joint winner of the Turner Prize for her exhibition The Long Note, commissioned by Derry's Void Gallery
Forum goes "Strictly Ballroom" with 20 world-class dancers and stunning costumes - tickets available and cut-price £5 tickets for under-18s