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Family dog killed by speed driver in silver Toyota Corolla Verso, at Fern Park on Thursday at 1pm - police seek witnesses or dashcam footage
Health and social care services in Northern Ireland have returned to normal today following disruption in some areas due to Storm Ophelia
Derry City Council and the Housing Executive are each to provide £20,000 for night-time lighting of the Bogside Murals by April of next year
Police in Dungiven have been told a suspicious device may have been left in the area
Brandywell Regeneration project is expected to be complete by the end of the year
PSNI is to reinstate funding for the Community Safety Wardens, who combat anti-social behaviour in the city centre
Derry Sinn Féin MLA Karen Mullan requests details of school bus safety procedures after child falls out window of school bus in Fermanagh
Police investigating the attempted murder of officers at Ballyarnett Village in October 2014 arrested a 38 year old man in the city today
Thieves who broke into Northside Shopping Centre overnight entered through the barber's shop and made two trips to carry off stolen goods
Decision by unelected officials to approve Mallusk incinerator is 'affront to democracy' and 'not a once-off' says PBP's Eamonn McCann
Rabbit killed with crossbow: police appeal for information after a rabbit was found with an arrow lodged in it, in Gransha Park on Tuesday

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Family dog killed by speed driver in silver Toyota Corolla Verso, at Fern Park on Thursday at 1pm - police seek witnesses or dashcam footage
With 12 weeks notice Council can now allow events on public roads, including street parties, fun runs, social events, filming, entertainment
Extra funding from the Housing Executive will secure Foyle Haven's John Street day centre service to support local street drinkers
New exhibition in Nerve Visual Gallery shows the NI civil rights struggle in 1968 alongside the protests in Paris, Prague, Chicago, London
Autism Awareness Week was embraced by Council and all businesses in Derry, says Councillor Angela Dobbins