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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
Woman arrested after police recover suspected stolen tools, ladders and fishing equipment in search of a property on Alexander Rd on Wed
SDLP's Angela Dobbins predicts a tragedy due to current traffic problems at both ends of Bradley Pass as construction of housing proceeds
Foyle Search & Rescue helped 2 men who climbed railings threatening to jump - one at train station, other at Council offices, around 8.30pm
Sion Mills man Gordon Forbes (49), former director of agri storage co Finrone Ltd, has been disqualified as a company director for 9 years
Mark H Durkan reminds public to use only NIDirect to book MOT due to fake website offering MOTs with additional £15.00 booking fee
Man in 20s will need surgery for cracked jaw and broken facial bones after assault by 3 at St Josephs' School at 3.15am on Sunday morning
PSNI are seeking old-style red Nissan Micra with damage to one side, after collision with another car on Clooney Rd around 5pm last Tuesday
Graffiti painters have targeted commercial premises, GAA club and Orange Hall in Bellaghy in recent days
Castlederg hit 30.1 C on Friday, close to UK highest of 31.4 C at Porthmadog in Wales, but now we're in for thunder from Tuesday
Bellaghy Orange Hall has been vandalised with spray-paint slogans for the 2nd time in a week.

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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