Happenings

These NWRC part time courses are almost full: Photography, Barbering, Body Massage, Phlebotomy, Fitness Instruction and Personal Training
Catherine McCann will have her head shaved for Cancer Research on May 11 - other visitors can avail of a blow dry in return for a donation
Queen with singer Adam Lambert will play Dublin's 3Arena on November 25 - tickets on sale from Friday April 21
Culmore parishioners have built a 16ft Irish currach which they plan to sail on the Foyle to Culmore Point to honour St Columba on 9th June
NWRC actor Oisin McCool from Bishop St has been accepted for prestigious Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York, where De Niro studied
Bishop McKeown and Bishop Good will take a 30-mile joint walk to celebrate their joint heritage and St Columba
Bronagh Gallagher and curator/ writer Declan McGonagle will celebrate the work of Seamus Heaney at theHeaney HomePlace on 21-22 April
'Longboard' skateboard guided tours by Far & Wild will take groups to see City landmarks, to finish with refreshments at Walled City Brewery
Darkness into Light 5km walk/jog starts 4:15am on Sat 6th May from Sainsbury’s Strand Road in aid of HURT and suicide charity Pieta House
NWRC graduate Declan Doherty is the new Project Manager for the construction of the new North Wing Redevelopment at Altnagelvin Hospital
Opening concert of Derry Jazz fest with Gay McIntyre leading a concert of Derry jazz talent in Guildhall on Thursday 27th April

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Mayor's Book of Condolences for Manchester victims opens in Guildhall at 6pm and is also online
People Before Profit join other parties in suspending its election campaign in solidarity with the people of Manchester, says Shaun Harkin
Oxford Bulls were hosted by the Mayor at the Guildhall on Monday to celebrate the team’s impressive launch into the local sporting arena
These NWRC part time courses are almost full: Photography, Barbering, Body Massage, Phlebotomy, Fitness Instruction and Personal Training
Derry Anti-War Coalition's vigil at the War Memorial was attended by Mark Durkan, Eamon McCann and Shaun Harkin