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Sinn Féin Councillor and Creggan woman Emma McGinley will now represent the Moor area on Derry City and Strabane District Council
House ransacked in Glenbrae Gardens (opposite St. Mary's College) on Friday afternoon, 16 October
Man (26) in unmarked Skoda fitted with flashing lights stopped an off-duty police officer and used a fake PSNI ID to accuse him of speeding
Superior E-Liquids are giving free hand sanitizer to charities, community groups and the public from their Waterloo St shop tomorrow morning
Templemore Sports Complex pool will be operational again from this Monday, 12th October (for lane swimming only)
Council passes planning permission for new crèche and community hub on current Surestart site at Ringfort Road
Listed building between Northland Fire Station and Radio Foyle will now be turned into B&B accommodation for the tourism sector
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

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Sinn Féin Councillor and Creggan woman Emma McGinley will now represent the Moor area on Derry City and Strabane District Council
Pfizer vaccine will now be offered to children aged 12-15 with specific health conditions or who are living with someone immunosuppressed
Top of the Hill's new £2.3m community centre has offices, child care, youth facilities, and a social hall and will boost community relations
Mayor met Boyzlife singers Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden at Guildhall ahead of their concert this Sunday August 1
While restrictions may relax on indoor entertainment from next Monday (26th), venues will still require a current entertainments licence