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Mayor joined Seamus Breslin and Trevor Temple at City Cemetery for Derry's 'History of the Headstones' tour to celebrate Good Relations Week
PSNI seek information after house at Farmhill Road was burgled and ransacked, and money stolen during the day on Wednesday
Bogus email demanded £100 car parking fine to be paid to Central Ticket Agency, but agency said it contacts public only by letter
Amount directly delegated to schools to rise by £26.5m over current financial year, says Education Minister
Roads Service has shelved one way traffic management system on Park Avenue due to 'massive' opposition from residents
Police warn that night-time car crimewave is under way in city after recent thefts of a camera, money and sat navs
Under Council’s 2-month Licensing Amnesty, the Dogs' Trust is providing free microchipping of dogs at various city venues over next 2 weeks
Spate of car thefts along Culmore Rd in early hours of Friday - electrical items including sat navs stolen
Youths in Limavady caught using a wheelybin to smuggle away a stolen boiler at Meadowvale
Sunday's assault, hijack and then burning of van from De Burgh Tce left driver without his means of livelihood, says Cllr Shauna Cusack
The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry has said the last day for applications to speak to the forum will be Wednesday 30th April 2014

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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
Culmore Community Partnership opened the doors of the newly renovated Culmore Community Hub at Victoria Hall this week
Joe Mahon returns to UTV from Monday 21st September at 8pm in a brand new series, Lough Foyle