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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
Contractors building children's playground on former bonfire site at Lisnaharragh leisure centre forced offsite twice by threats from UVF
Coroner finds the killing of Derry teenager Seamus Bradley by the British army in 1972 was unjustified
Derryman Martin Barr was today convicted after a parcel addressed to him containing a heavy duty stun gun was intercepted at a UK airport
House ransacked at Breezemount Park in Castlederg on Wednesday - police want to speak to two men seen in the area at the time
A statement from the Apprentice Boys acknowledging the hurt caused by a band during Saturday’s parade in Derry has been welcomed by SDLP
Breezeblock thrown through window of family home in Fergleen Park, Galliagh at 2.30am - family have left in fear, says Cllr Brian Tierney
We must challenge the 'sinister elements' inciting youths to riot in Derry - "we don't want to go back to those days" says Cllr John Boyle
Around 24 petrol bombs and 6 paint bombs thrown, also bricks and bottles as 30-40 youths built and burned a barricade at Fahan St last night
DfI Roads snub Eglinton residents over concerns at clogged gullies and gratings: DfI blame 'limited resources' for inadequate maintenance
Clyde Valley Flute Band refused to remove Para symbols from uniforms, and event organisers felt 'unable' to intervene, says PSNI

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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
Startled dogs may try to escape - so keep doors and gardens secure; here are the Top 5 tips for helping your dog get through the fireworks
Translink with RSPB will play birdsong over the PA at train stations tomorrow (17th) to highlight the decline in wild bird populations