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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
New 101 non-emergency number replaces 0845 600 8000 as of today - emergency number remains 999
Missing for a week, Damaris Gualdo has been found safe and well
Burglaries now happening while residents are home, with over-65s twice as likely to be singled out, says local representative Emmet Doyle
Funding recognises that Tullyally is in the top 10% of deprived areas in Northern Ireland, says Dept of Social Development
Elderly lady and daughter almost knocked down in 'near miss' due to reckless driving on roads and grass in Galliagh, says SDLP's Jimmy Carr
Celebrity chef and tv favourite Rachel Allen, who gave a masterclass this weekend in the Guildhall marquee in the Legenderry Food Festival
PSNI seek information after house at Farmhill Road was burgled and ransacked, and money stolen during the day on Wednesday
Bogus email demanded £100 car parking fine to be paid to Central Ticket Agency, but agency said it contacts public only by letter
Amount directly delegated to schools to rise by £26.5m over current financial year, says Education Minister
Roads Service has shelved one way traffic management system on Park Avenue due to 'massive' opposition from residents

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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