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Man (20s) broke into bungalow around 11.30am yesterday (Friday) but was challenged by residents, who were at home, and ran off empty-handed
Strabane's Fountain St Community Development Association gather £10,000 of non-perishable items for Altnagelvin
Scramblers using Creggan Burn and other parks as 'their own personal dirt track', speeding through families out walking, says Shauna Cusack
The number of Covid-19 related deaths recorded by HSC Trusts in Northern Ireland has today reached 250
Pedestrian access to forest and country parks has been reopened but to discourage driving, car parks will remain closed
Online information resource for computer/tablet readers provides information, advice and updates on all aspects of Coronavirus
Going to the beach or sunbathing more than 2km from your home is breaching the restrictions, say PSNI
Man (25) appears in court in Derry this morning charged with grievous bodily harm after a woman was stabbed in Limavady on Friday night
COVID-19 testing at the SSE Arena is for healthcare workers and is by appointment only and complements work already under way by Trusts
Two teenage males, one with knife, demanded cash from female staff member in shop at Lisnafin Park today (02/04) but left empty-handed
Ballymena DUP Cllr John Carson said the coronavirus pandemic represents God’s judgment on legalisation of abortion and same-sex marriage

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Man (20s) broke into bungalow around 11.30am yesterday (Friday) but was challenged by residents, who were at home, and ran off empty-handed
As clocks go back and evenings darken police are urging pedestrians but also motorists to "stay safe and be seen"
Council leisure centres and services have reopened to new members and pay and go customers
"Lessons from the Troubles" considers how we can build our future here - contributors include Naomi Long, Mark Durkan, Denis Bradley
This pencil drawing of Seamus Heaney is the work of another former student of St. Columb’s College, Jude McCandless