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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
There are plans to hold 'Occupy' protests in Derry and Letterkenny in the coming weeks
Police say the death of Donegal teenager Caolan Page was an accident
Mark Durkan MP has sought assurances from the Minister for State for NI on the legislation on Credit Unions
Derry's other presidential hopeful Dana Rosemary Scallon says she has had the tyres slashed on her campaign car
There have been calls for redevelopment plans for the Brandywell Football Stadium to be brought to the fore
Vandals cause £30,000 worth of damage to electrical cables across the city
Derry relationship and marriage counselling service, Accord, has been inundated with calls as job losses and recession take it toll
The SDLP's Mark Durkan has spoken of the bond between families of the Hillborough disaster victims and the Bloody Sunday families
3,000 homes across Derry were left without electricity after a cable was damaged
Plans are afoot to transform Derry's Brooke Park in a £4.4m project which will see the park's leisure and sports facilities get a facelift

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