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Four adults were unable to prevent dog attacking boy in playground of Carniny primary school in Ballymena
Bogus caller arrived at Iniscarn at 1.30am asking to check water supply, but was refused entry
Thieves cut through fence and removed catalytic convertors worth £2500 each from engines of 10 Mercedes vans in yard at Campsie at weekend
PSNI seek witnesses: woman attacked and handbag stolen by 2 female assailants outside nightclub on Limavady Main St at 1am on Friday 21 June
2 men arrested in house at Eventide Gardens after they were observed kicking in the door
PSNI seek witnesses after a man was left with a serious face wound having been struck with a glass in Central Bar in early hours of Friday
Reward is offered after theft of 3ft yellow 'City of Culture' duck from piano in hotel foyer
Boy jumped wall in Magazine St at 2am and fell 30ft on to roof of dance studio
Gregory Boyd fined £400 for mistreatment of 2 cows with chronically infected feet by transporting them 30 miles to Foyle Meats
New Holland digger set on fire at Monnaboy Road on Monday

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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