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12 year old boy cyclist left with broken toe and bruised ribs after hit and run collision with van at Kurin Rd in Garvagh on Friday (15/01)
SDLP Foyle MLA, Colum Eastwood, says that the development of creative industries is crucial to Derry’s economy future
Involving our young people in the decisions which impact on their lives is a win-win situation, says Martina Anderson
Editor of Newswireni Leona O'Neill on the importance of shopping locally this festive season
Foyle MLA Colum Eastwood asks what we, as a society, are doing to confront the scourge of drugs
Junior Minister Martina Anderson says that older people are the bedrock of any society and must be respected
Mark H Durkan calls on Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland not to cut the Winter Fuel Payment for pensioners.
Junior Minister Martina Anderson on a new initiative to redistribute food which would ordinarily be dumped
City Tour Director Martin McCrossan on the pressure on Derry's independent retailers
Junior Minister Martina Anderson on why we can and should commit to Fair Trade
Junior Minister Martina Anderson on lone parenting and poverty

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12 year old boy cyclist left with broken toe and bruised ribs after hit and run collision with van at Kurin Rd in Garvagh on Friday (15/01)
Mayor Brian Tierney welcomes Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon's funding of £200,000 for new low-energy street lighting in Moss Park
The security alert which began at Racecourse Rd at 2am this morning ended at 8am - object was declared an elaborate hoax
Santa opened two new state of the art classrooms at Culmore PS as the school gears up to accept digital applications from January 7
SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins has welcomed the news that Council has put Culmore on the list to get Christmas lighting for the first time