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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
Dept of Education report shows two thirds of LGBT pupils feel 'unwelcome', and half have been bullied at school, says SDLP's Colin McGrath
NIPSA says that probation officers should not have to work with members of dissident groups following recent threats
Bishops Donal McKeown and Ken Good walked the 15 miles from Claudy to Strabane on Thursday to express solidarity between the 2 main churches
Probation Service staff across the North have been told to review their security in light of a threat from dissident republican terrorists
Operation Noomin checked 118 bars/clubs in recent weeks to ensure door staff were SIA licensed, verified 194 licenses and found 4 unlicensed
Man (22) arrested in Creggan this morning in connection with the attempted murder of police in Ballyarnett Village in October 2014
Department for Communities' Historic Environment Fund offers funding to preserve monuments and listed buildings
Council offers 30-week paid placements with employers for 16-24yr olds, under PEACE IV Programme - info seminar 18 Sept 10am in Guildhall
Producer apologises after Ireland map with the north cut out was used in a feature on wage levels across Ireland
Vandalism was "repugnant and sickening" says SDLP's John Boyle, this "wanton vandalism" was "disgraceful" says Sinn Féin's Elisha McCallion

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