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Castle Bar fined £1,500 for selling counterfeit and under strength vodka in court today
Incidents such as today's Farmhill security alert are 'the last thing the local community needs', says Sinn Féin Cllr Elisha McCallion
PSNI have confirmed that one man was treated for minor injuries only following yesterday evening's car accident on lower deck of Bridge
PSNI seek information after two safes and private documents stolen in house burglary at Roe Gardens
Houses pelted by vandals with eggs and mud in Culmore, says Councillor Angela Dobbins
Car stripped of front lights, grille and one wing mirror at Knockena, before the 2 youths fled in dark coloured Passat with 'R' plates
Closure of Brandywell Recycling Centre on Friday 17 February will pave way for work to begin on new Brandywell Play Park
Man arrested in connection with social media posts making allegations against individuals in West Belfast
Car burnt out, firefighters stoned by youths in Galliagh, says Councillor Brian Tierney
Chris Hazzard urges motorists to caution in wind and snow - over 70,000 tonnes of salt stockpiled for main roads should snow and ice arrive

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Missed calls with prefix +231 are a scam - if you ring back you are charged a premium rate - may also use prefixes +269, +212, +233, +255
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Health and social care services in Northern Ireland have returned to normal today following disruption in some areas due to Storm Ophelia
‘Hands Across the Divide’ sculptor Maurice Harron opens the “No Jury, No Prize” exhibition at Alley Theatre Strabane from 23 Oct to 17 Nov
Fashion Fest a major success with paper butterflies before a sell-out audience, and Jenny Packham's bridal gowns stole the show