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Lifebelt on Peace Bridge vandalised overnight, vandal escaped on foot - CCTV operators alerted City Warden who recovered the belt at 7.30am
Peace IV funds go to Steelstown Brian Og's GAC, Galliagh Rainbow Child and Family Centre and Greater Shantallow Community Art
A white transit van with signage aroused suspicion in Clonliffe Park prior to 3 burglaries there on Friday 26 January
Launch of 'Chieftain's Walk' from Glenowen to Grianán in memory of Martin McGuinness, at Grianán Fort on Sunday Jan 28 at 12.30pm
Bogus callers at door or on the phone sell fake electricity top-up cards - genuine top-ups are available only from the company or online
Renewed appeal: Michael McGinley from Gobnascale is still missing, last seen on Sunday afternoon
Bogus BT callers ask for bank details to make a 'refund' or ask to take remote control of your computer - two victims have lost £10,000 each
Former SDLP leader, Nobel Peace Prize winner and Irish statesman John Hume celebrates his 81st birthday today
Strabane woman Lesley McHugh (69) has been missing since January 6
DoI has 300 staff, 130 gritters, 12 snow blowers, and a stockpile of 77,000 tonnes of salt, 5,000 self-help salt bins and 50,000 grit piles
Boy racers again driving recklessly and doing handbrake turns near oncoming vehicles on Skeoge link road, says Cllr Brian Tierney

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Lifebelt on Peace Bridge vandalised overnight, vandal escaped on foot - CCTV operators alerted City Warden who recovered the belt at 7.30am
Victoria Spratt joined Russell's shoe shop and entered the Apprenticeship NI Programme - now she's shortlisted for 'Apprentice of the Year'
Derry Girls saw off a strong challenge from rival comedy 'Inside No. 9' to win Radio Times Comedy Champion by a narrow margin
Bothy Band fiddle legend Tommy Peoples, from St. Johnston in Donegal, has died aged 70
This year will be the biggest in the WHM's 37-year history when up to 2,500 runners descend on Ebrington Square on 2 September