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People arrested under The Terrorism Act must either be charged or released unconditionally – bail is not permitted under this legislation
Council is installing temporary CCTV on a 6-week pilot programme in Rosemount - programme then to be extended to other areas of the city
John Dallat’s car was surrounded by loyalists who hammered the windows on Friday night in Kilrea – he phoned police to rescue him
Suspected arson attack at house in Greenhaw Crescent in early hours of Sunday: shed and oil tank set ablaze
Man (18) walking on Marlborough Street at 5.45pm on Saturday was punched to the ground and stabbed by assailants, to steal his phone
US civil rights legend the Reverend Jesse Jackson is in the Guildhall today as star guest of the Museum of Free Derry (photo: Satnav Photos)
SDLP's Colum Eastwood MLA congratulates new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, who faces "an unprecedented period of fracture and change" in Europe
Council now delivering 20,000 more food caddies to assist in recycling of food waste into compost for farms and community gardens
NWRC and Council's course offers GCSE equivalent maths qualification in 4 weeks - applications close 29 June, course begins 3 July
Police repeat appeal for help with investigation into serious assault on 15-year-old boy in Gartan Square on Saturday
Police are searching for 26 year old Caroline Marie Doherty, who has been missing from Ballymena since Thursday

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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