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Sixth person (man, 59) now charged after serious public disorder that took place in Tullyally over the Easter holidays.
Window smashed, pots of paint thrown into house at Westbourne Cres: two cars also covered with paint - man and woman inside were not injured
Firearms seized in Waterloo St this morning (15/06) - man (24) and woman (28) have been arrested
Colum Eastwood MP welcomes commitments to skills investment in NW as contained in today's Dublin Draft Programme for Government
Waterloo St has been closed by police this morning (Monday 15 June) due to an unspecified incident - no further details available as yet
Three trees were chopped down in Kilfennan Park and a lamp post damaged, a saw was found nearby, says Mayor Brian Tierney
Thornhill and St Columb's have suspended the transfer test for this year - decision will remove stress for pupils, says Karen Mullan MLA
Body of a male was removed from the water close to Strabane by Foyle Search & Rescue and NIFRS last night (Monday 8 June)
Van burnt out overnight in Ballyarnett ward was owner's small business and has destroyed his livelihood, says Cllr Brian Tierney
Local community 'shocked and saddened' at death of a man on a farm at Coshquin - investigation is now under way, says Martina Anderson MLA
The Department of Health say that Northern Ireland has had its second day in a row with no Coronavirus deaths

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Sixth person (man, 59) now charged after serious public disorder that took place in Tullyally over the Easter holidays.
Safety upgrade works are getting underway at Foyle Street Bus Centre, for 14 weeks from Monday, 7th June 2021
After a year in development, NWRC's new interactive website offers course information and online applications - check it out! www.nwrc.ac.uk
October's Halloween Festival is likely to still be subject to social distancing, allowing local city centre audiences but no parade
Peppa Pig will be at the Millennium Forum in a year - 8-9 June 2022 - tickets on sale this Friday 11 June from box office on 028 7126 4455