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Altnagelvin midwife Corina McGarrigle had her baby son, assisted by her colleagues, on International Midwives Day last Wednesday, 5th May
Man beaten with iron bars by 4 masked attackers at Aranmore Ave at 11.30pm last night - serious injuries to hand, arm and shoulder
Book of Condolence for 'Big Jack' is available via the Mayor's section of the Council website - click photo for full web address
Last night, man approached by 3 men at King's Lane, one with a gun who attempts to shoot him - but gun jams and gang of three run off
Outdoor facilities only will be open to sports clubs from Friday 17 July - but clubs will need special Covid-19 risk assessment documents
A man remains in hospital following a 4-vehicle collision on Crescent Link last Saturday, 4 July - PSNI continue to appeal for information
Theory test certificates expiring between Mar 1-Oct 31 now extended by 8 months, motorcycle test certs by six months, says Nichola Mallon
Outbreak of dog thefts in NW as thieves seek to breed dogs following soaring demand for pups during the virus crisis
Mayor organising special reception for pupils who finished P7 in June to say goodbye to former classmates
Prisons are preparing to return to visiting, under strict health guidelines, from 27 July, says Justice Minister Naomi Long
Joe Barr leaves Malin Head at 4pm today to attempt Malin-Mizen-Malin in under 48 hours, hoping to break the current World Cycling record

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Altnagelvin midwife Corina McGarrigle had her baby son, assisted by her colleagues, on International Midwives Day last Wednesday, 5th May
One person, 1 hour a day in hospitals and hospices, in children's wards 2 can visit but must 'rotate' so only 1 at a time is at bedside
Decision to take cars queueing for McDonalds off road and on to Fort George site increases safety on Strand Rd, says Sinéad McLaughlin
Council have unveiled a mural by local company Peaball Creatives, dedicated to former Derry City player Mark Farren, at the Brandywell
Council has approved funding of £750,000 for a raft of arts, culture and heritage projects and events