Happenings

Legendary folk-rock group The Waterboys will return to the Millennium Forum on Sunday 19th May - tickets from 15 February priced £34
Forum now giving excellent service to JAM Card holders - 'Just A Minute' for those with autism or difficulties who need a little extra time
Millennium Forum's new short film 'Through Our Eyes' is a tour of Richmond Centre & Forum highlighting barriers for those with disabilities
Due to adverse weather, Council cancels this weekend's Walled City Market and postpone the Love My Greenway event until 7 April
Nerve Centre course in vlogging and creating YouTube content, led by leading UK YouTubers including Derry's own Adam Beales - 30 March
Over 30 films exploring race, representation and diversity will be screened as part of the Foyle Film Festival from March 20 to April 6
This year's NW Angling Fair will take place on 7 & 8 April at Melvin Sports Complex and on the River Mourne
North West Greenway will provide a cycle and walking path from Derry to Buncrana
As Derry take on Dundalk this weekend, Mayor McHugh praises all involved in £7m Brandywell Regeneration Project
The new £7m Brandywell had its first greyhounds night with Mayor and Brandywell Greyhound Racing Company
New route from Bishop St via Shipquay St, around back of Guildhall into Waterloo Pl, and down Strand Rd finishing at Strand Rd Car Park

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Door to door survey will assess coal and oil usage in different areas of Derry/Strabane, to create an action plan to improve air quality
"Love is equal" and LGBT couples must not be locked out of the right to marry, is the Valentine's Day message of SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood
Man (46) arrested on suspicion of possession of criminal property in investigation into dissident republican crime
Legendary folk-rock group The Waterboys will return to the Millennium Forum on Sunday 19th May - tickets from 15 February priced £34
Cllr Shauna Cusack proposes strategy to combat unsightly street graffiti and instead promote placement of street murals throughout the city