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Makita cordless power tool, grinder and multi tool and torch stolen from white Ford Transit in Farren Park overnight
Northern Ireland squad of 18 homeless players departs to take on teams from 50 countries at the Homeless World Cup in Mexico City
John Winton (51) died today after being struck by a bin lorry in Limavady - he was also an on-call firefighter in the town
DoI has 130 gritters, 80,000 tonnes of salt, and 5,000 salt bins and 50,000 grit piles are in place - motorists urged to caution
Darren Gallagher (22) from Omagh was driving a blue Opel Astra when he was killed in a 2-vehicle collision at 4.20am on Beltany Road, Omagh
Derry has triumphed in the national Britain in Bloom Awards, taking Best Small City - this follows earlier success in Ulster in Bloom
Police are monitoring night activity in the Bogside following a number of reports of anti-social driving in the William Street area
As Hurricane Helene approaches, Met Office Yellow Warning of wind tonight (17/09) with gusts of 60-70mph expected and widespread heavy rain
Funding of £0.5m for new shopfronts, façade painting, signage, and residential home painting on Abercorn Road
DWP slated over letters telling 80 year olds they will need to open bank accounts to receive their pensions and benefits from now on
A bulky waste lift has been arranged for Culmore on 17 and 18 September, arranged by SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins

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Makita cordless power tool, grinder and multi tool and torch stolen from white Ford Transit in Farren Park overnight
Northern Ireland squad of 18 homeless players departs to take on teams from 50 countries at the Homeless World Cup in Mexico City
John Winton (51) died today after being struck by a bin lorry in Limavady - he was also an on-call firefighter in the town
Walled City Music presents the award-winning Piatti Quartet in the Great Hall, Magee 8pm on Wed 14 November - tickets from Millennium Forum
NWRC held a special event for 101 of its staff who have graduated from its Academy of Excellence staff training programme