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The man who died in a collision on the Foreglen Road near Claudy this morning was 58 year old Eamon McCafferty from the Derry area
A male pedestrian has died after being hit by a blue Hyundai on the Foreglen Road near Claudy in the early hours of Saturday 18 August
New Eurospar store to open in Skeoge will bring 50 new jobs and include a post office and an ATM, says Councillor Brian Tierney
Martin Nelis, son of former Sinn Féin MLA Mary Nelis, died tragically when struck by a truck in Pleasant Hill last week
Transport NI will resurface main road in Cornshell Fields this autumn, and also repair the Ballynagard Road, says Councillor Angela Dobbins
DEARA allocates £250,000 and the Honorable the Irish Society donates £45,000 to refurbish the historic Victoria Hall in Culmore
Emily and James top the baby names poll again, closely followed by Grace, Olivia, Isla, and Anna, and Jack, Noah, Charlie, and Jacob
A bystander brought a male ashore and CPR was given last night (02/08) at 7pm before FSR arrived and the man was brought to Altnagelvin
Culmore Councillor Angela Dobbins has welcomed plans for a retirement complex on the site of the old Thornhill College
Politicians condemn loyalist paramilitary graffiti which has been sprayed on the walls and doors of St Mary’s Chapel in Limavady
In a major boost for the city, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has invited Derry to bid for a City Deal

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Lifebelt on Peace Bridge vandalised overnight, vandal escaped on foot - CCTV operators alerted City Warden who recovered the belt at 7.30am
Victoria Spratt joined Russell's shoe shop and entered the Apprenticeship NI Programme - now she's shortlisted for 'Apprentice of the Year'
Derry Girls saw off a strong challenge from rival comedy 'Inside No. 9' to win Radio Times Comedy Champion by a narrow margin
Bothy Band fiddle legend Tommy Peoples, from St. Johnston in Donegal, has died aged 70
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