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Two men stole silver Fiesta at Clon Elagh, hit another car at Strand Road, then stole parcels from postal van in Blighs Gardens
Council held an online briefing on Thursday evening to discuss the impact of new restrictions on the local area and economy
Less than 10 of Council's 1000 staff have tested positive for Covid-19 this year, but new restrictions will inevitably impact some services
Bloody Sunday was 'a massacre of the innocents' and this was acknowledged by David Cameron, says Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson MLA
Galliagh Community Centre will provide spaces for Galliagh Women's Group, Off the Streets, Galliagh Community Group, Teach Na Fáilte and CRJ
Mayor Brian Tierney pictured with his wife Cheryl and family launching the new DCSDC Indoor Recycling Bags coming soon to homes across town
Fund of £1m will supply sports organisations with PPE safety packs including hand sanitiser, face masks, gloves and signage
Mayor joined Seamus Breslin and Trevor Temple at City Cemetery for Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour to celebrate Good Relations Week
Council to reopen cemeteries from 8am – 7pm from this Saturday (19th September) but social distancing rules will still apply
Health Minister's £60,000 to keep Crisis Intervention Service running until April is welcome, but ongoing and long-term support is needed
Concerns raised about the availability of Covid-19 tests as it was revealed that 64 schools have reported positive cases in first week

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Two men stole silver Fiesta at Clon Elagh, hit another car at Strand Road, then stole parcels from postal van in Blighs Gardens
Health Minister confirms additional supplies of flu vaccine were received this week, allowing the seasonal flu programme to resume
Work begins next week to redevelop former Clondermot High School site as a new £8m community hub and sports facility opening in Summer 2022
"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