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Budget concerns as High Court rules NI civil servants are owed 'hundreds of millions' in backdated holiday pay
Striking council workers at one of the city's amenity sites will return tomorrow to a mountain of rubbish
Thousands of public sector workers and their supporters have packed into the Guildhall Square for a rally
Council services, schools and transport services have ground to a halt during the day of action
The audit into clerical abuse in the Catholic Church has revealed that allegations have been made against 23 priests in the Derry Diocese
The three men and a woman arrested in Derry yesterday in connection with the sectarian attack on Paul McCauley have been released
Man hurt after incident on Racecourse Road
Derry City Council have outlined how tomorrow's strike action will affect council services
Torrential rain causes flooding across Derry last night
Mark Durkan MP has called on the government to seek agreement with trade unions ahead of tomorrow's massive strike action
Criminals have been selling fake and faulty goods from car parks and public places across the northwest in the run up to Christmas

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Funding granted for Shantallow and Galliagh community centres - work should begin in Autumn, says Cllr Brian Tierney
Barriers at Templemore Sports Complex from 10.15pm-6.30am Mon-Fri and 6.15pm-8.30am SatSun due to recent upsurge in anti-social driving
Singin' in the rain: Cllr Shauna Cusack led a voluntary litter pick on lanes around Grafton St today
NWRC Derry student Roisin Moran has been given a top Learner Award by the Northern Council for Further Education
Derry's Walls were completed 400 years ago in 1619 - Mayor has launched calender of musical and historial events on www.walledcity400.com