Happenings

New exhibition in Nerve Visual Gallery shows the NI civil rights struggle in 1968 alongside the protests in Paris, Prague, Chicago, London
NWRC's Flying Clipper Brasserie reopens this week, the culmination of a £0.5m investment in Strand Road's three eating establishments
Official opening of Culmore Country Park after £7m restoration - Family Fun Day including train tours of the park on Saturday September 23
People Before Profit's Shaun Harkin is urging all parties to protest at health cuts on September 26 at 6pm at the Verbal Arts Centre
16 year old Katie McDaid has visions of the Blessed Virgin at Grianan Fort. Comic mayhem as village and clergy divide over believing her
This week NWRC welcomed this year's new students at Fresher's Day on the Strand Road campus
Monica Roddy from Queen Street is the five millionth visitor to the Millennium Forum since its opening in 2001
Bridal gowns by famous British fashion designer Jenny Packham will be on display at Fashion Fest on Saturday 14 October
Culture Night September 22, over 40 free events to enjoy from drama to architectural exploration, at venues throughout the city
Restaurant 1861, located in Sion Mills Stables, has been named best newcomer restaurant in Co. Tyrone by the Irish Restaurant Association
Slow Adventure offers ten new visitor packages which provide immersive experiences that allow people to enjoy remote, wild places

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Family dog killed by speed driver in silver Toyota Corolla Verso, at Fern Park on Thursday at 1pm - police seek witnesses or dashcam footage
With 12 weeks notice Council can now allow events on public roads, including street parties, fun runs, social events, filming, entertainment
Extra funding from the Housing Executive will secure Foyle Haven's John Street day centre service to support local street drinkers
New exhibition in Nerve Visual Gallery shows the NI civil rights struggle in 1968 alongside the protests in Paris, Prague, Chicago, London
Autism Awareness Week was embraced by Council and all businesses in Derry, says Councillor Angela Dobbins