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With 3000 people waiting for housing in Derry, Mark H Durkan has welcomed a new proposal to help landlords renovate living spaces over shops
John Hume was "a champion, a leader and a proud son of Derry" says Mayor Brian Tierney
Man (25) charged with criminal damage after a number of cars were damaged at Leafair Park on Saturday 1 August
The Hume family have praised nursing staff at Owen Mor care home and the people of Derry and Moville for their friendship and support
The former SDLP leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner passed away early this morning at Owen Mor nursing home
Derry architect Peter Tracey, principal of Tracey Architects, has been appointed chair of the Historic Buildings Council (HBC)
Councils are suffering financially, but rates hikes or forced redundancies are no solution, says SDLP Workers' Rights spokesman Ryan Wilson
Mayor takes Shadow Secretary of State for NI, Louise Haigh MP on a tour of Walls to discuss local issues and show Derry's tourism offering
An £89,000 resurfacing scheme for Derry’s Trench Road will begin on Monday August 3 and last four weeks, says Sinéad McLaughlin MLA
A man (36) was arrested in Derry yesterday (29 July) on suspicion of drugs offences in an ongoing investigation into INLA criminality
Man (33) arrested following house searches in Derry on Wednesday has been charged with drugs offences and appears in court this morning

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Mayor joined Seamus Breslin and Trevor Temple at City Cemetery for Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour to celebrate Good Relations Week
Council to reopen cemeteries from 8am – 7pm from this Saturday (19th September) but social distancing rules will still apply
Health Minister's £60,000 to keep Crisis Intervention Service running until April is welcome, but ongoing and long-term support is needed
Culmore Community Partnership opened the doors of the newly renovated Culmore Community Hub at Victoria Hall this week
Joe Mahon returns to UTV from Monday 21st September at 8pm in a brand new series, Lough Foyle