Happenings

UN says we have 11 years to avert climate disaster - radical and rapid change is crucial, says People Before Profit Cllr Shaun Harkin
Pupils learn the roots of empathy by following a baby's relationship with parents over a year of visits - thus gaining 'emotional literacy'
Brooke Park Gatelodge will host an exhibition charting park history from opening in 1839 - every Fri Sat Sun 10am-12 noon, 1 June - 31 Aug
Belfast's Irish Video Game Orchestra play the scores of classic games like Mario and Tetris accompanied by video and a light show
Strabane Brass Band present music from Les Miserables, Sister Act, Lion King, Aladdin, Wicked & James Bond at The Alley on Thursday 13 June
Songstress and NWRC graduate ROE to play at NWRC's Best in Further Education event in Millennium Forum on June 7, hosted by BBC's Barra Best
Mayor seeks environmentally aware volunteers for a youth-led clean-up at Longfield Embankment, Eglinton at 10.30am on Saturday 1st June
Lyra's Walk will leave Belfast tomorrow (Sat) and go to Randalstown, on Sunday along A6 to Dungiven, and on Monday from Dungiven-Derry
Ryan McCracken redesigned Templemore Sports Complex as an Olympic Village and won top prize at the Project Based Learning (PBL) Awards
Former Mike & the Mechanics frontman Paul Carrack returns to Forum Sunday 13th October - Paul has also worked with Squeeze, Clapton, Eagles
Two talks on the Tower Museums collection this month by artists Phillip Napier and Locky Morris (May 23) and Declan McGonagle (May 30)

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Council said it is launching an investigation due to an increase in illegal dumping in the Glassagh Road area of Creggan
Three drivers being treated in hospital after 3-vehicle accident on the Clanabogan Road in Omagh at around 10pm last night, Saturday 13 July
Two masked men with knife threatened female server in shop at Drumleck Gardens at 10.20pm last night, stole money and cigarettes
UN says we have 11 years to avert climate disaster - radical and rapid change is crucial, says People Before Profit Cllr Shaun Harkin
Millennium Forum has opened a new Sensory Room, a quiet space for children with autism and sensory needs