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100 climbers scaled twice the height of Mount Everest at the Foyle Arena raising £1,400 for Macmillian, Foyle Women's Aid and Koram Centre
Man stable having been taped into wheelie bin in Ballymena, 3 men & 1 woman arrested but no sectarian or paramilitary motive suspected
Lobby group Into the West welcomes news that Translink favours restoration of old Waterside railway station
Reports of 'big cat' sightings in the Dromara area now being followed up by police investigating sheep kills and violent attacks in the area
Mark Durkan has tabled an Early Day Motion at Westminster which allows MPs to express their appreciation of Seamus Heaney
Money stolen by bogus salesmen at Ballynagard Crescent, Culmore, separate attempt in Garden City foiled when resident raised the alarm
Van set alight by 2 men in Academy Rd around 3am on Friday 30 August
Public warned to give no bank details to fraudsters offering to reclaim PPI but asking for upfront payment
Registrations on Friday 20 August at Foyleside Food Court 12-4pm, or ring 028 71347695 also for 10-mile Walk Challenge and 2K Family Fun Run
Traffic diversions for a PSNI accident reconstruction will take traffic off the A5 at Newtownstewart tonight (28 Aug) from10pm till 11.30pm
Council advises motorists to use Foyleside and city car parks until Saturday as parking at Ebrington is restricted

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100 climbers scaled twice the height of Mount Everest at the Foyle Arena raising £1,400 for Macmillian, Foyle Women's Aid and Koram Centre
Black Astra stolen in Meadowview Crescent at midnight on Tuesday had previously been seen in Abercorn Road - PSNI seeking dashcam footage
North West Greenway is giving out free bike lights at Guildhall 3 Dec, at the'Tinnies' Strabane 4 Dec, Gap Café Bridgend 5 Dec, all @ 4.45pm
Derry's Helen Cammock is a joint winner of the Turner Prize for her exhibition The Long Note, commissioned by Derry's Void Gallery
Forum goes "Strictly Ballroom" with 20 world-class dancers and stunning costumes - tickets available and cut-price £5 tickets for under-18s