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People arrested under The Terrorism Act must either be charged or released unconditionally – bail is not permitted under this legislation
Gunmen broke into the house in Bridgend on the outskirts of Derry, threatening a Derry businessman, his wife and their 18-month old baby
Papers revealing the secret talks between the IRA and the British Government over a 20-year period were unveiled today in Galway
Police chiefs from both sides of the border have warned against complacency over dissident republican groups
The Pope has accepted the resignation of Bishop of Derry Seamus Hegarty.
Gas cylinders look the same as household cylinders but will explode if connected to household supplies
Derry people are being warned to be vigilant for hi-tech scammers in the run-up to Christmas
An 'error' on behalf of the NWRC has resulted in funding for 20 jobs being lost
A 22-year-old man has been shot at a house in the Creggan Hill area of Derry
Too busy to get the news from Derry during the week? Here's a round-up of this week's biggest news stories from Newswire
A young woman was raped in the Temple Grove area of Derry in the early hours of this morning

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Cllr Angela Dobbins welcomes Firmus Energy's gas supply to Culmore
Tweet posted yesterday on Chief Constable George Hamilton's Twitter account leads cyber crime officers to believe it may have been hacked
New-look Brooke Park awarded a worldwide 'Green Flag' award for park excellence
Maritime festival will welcome the Clipper Race to the Foyle between Saturday July 14 - Sunday July 22 2018
Soldier and poet Francis Ledwidge (I887-I9I7) honoured with a Blue Plaque at Building No.46 Ebrington Square, where he was stationed in 1916