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Woman aged in her 20s, sustained injuries to her head and face after being assaulted by a number of males around 5am
Department of Education says that as a precautionary measure all schools in NI will be closed on Monday 16th
As Hurricane Ophelia approaches, Council has initiated its "Integrated Emergency Preparedness Response"
Searches are being carried out in the area of the Foyle after a male entered the water this morning
SF's Sinéad Ennis welcomes the reinstatement of the schools’ sports development grant
Miami's National Hurricane Center's map showing how Tropical Storm Ophelia is expected to reach Ireland and Derry on Sunday night or Monday
Police are currently in attendance at a security alert in Queens Quay in Derry following the discovery of a suspicious bag in the area
NI Water has pledged to carry out a fortnightly clean-up of sewage system flooding the Glencaw and Cashelhill areas, says Cllr Brian Tierney
For National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017 (Oct 14-21), PSNI remind victims they can refer them to the correct agencies once they call 101
NWRC's marketing team has been shortlisted for a Public Relations award at the 2017 CIPR Northern Ireland Pride Awards
Council and Sustrans pick up prestigious award as UK 'champions of active travel' at Healthy Streets Awards in London

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