Londonderry Sentinel

Tributes to crash victim Ryan who ‘loved life’

Transport
'One or two high blood glucose readings shouldnt affect long-term diabetes control, but people should aim to avoid persistently high readings,' Dr David Chaney said.

Don’t buy expensive ‘diabetic’ chocolate, warns Diabetes NI Director

Health
A man has died following an road traffic collision near Dungiven.

Community in ‘shock’ after man dies in collision

Transport
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‘Operation Season’s Greetings’ in Causeway Coast and Glens

Crime

New Dean for St. Columb’s Cathedral

News

Revealed: Huge number of paramilitary murals on public housing

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Scientists say nuts to heart disease

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Shoppers warned cheap chargers fail safety tests

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Exercising is good for young minds

Lack of exercise slows up learning

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Former Institute striker, Darren McFadden is hoping his new club, Trojans, meet the Drumahoe men in the Irish Cup fifth round tie.

IRISH CUP: Trojans striker McFadden hoping to draw ‘Stute in fifth round

Football
Institutes Stephen Curry is dispossessed by Ballyclare Comrades defender Jason Johnston at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon last. DER4816GS084

IRISH LEAGUE: Draw was fair result - states Kevin Deery

Football
Tracey's Bar 'A' lost ground in the North-West Premier League title race, the aftermath of a 3-3 stalemate at Du Pont. From left Shay Norris, Paul Keenan and Anthony McGill. DER4816GS023

SNOOKER: Seven-up for undefeated Premier League leaders

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IRISH LEAGUE: Honours even a fair outcome at Drumahoe

Football

I.F.A. to observe minute’s silence in memory of Chapecoense

Football

IRISH LEAGUE: Institute sign striker Sammy Morrow

Football

RUGBY: Former Dungannon man to make Derry debut against Barnhall

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Scientists say nuts to heart disease

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Voting opens to name Northern Ireland’s new signature dish

Whats on
Andrew Sachs

Andrew Sachs: Manuel’s best moments

Arts
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Scientists say nuts to heart disease

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Voting opens to name Northern Ireland’s new signature dish

Whats on
Sperrins and Killeter Walking Festival is in contention for the title of Best Walking Festival in the prestigious WalkNI Awards 2016.

Local NI attraction shortlisted for Best Walking Festival

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