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Coastguard rescues girl from rocks - just in time

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The clothing allowance (uniform grants) for the 2017/18 school year will remain at 2016 levels.

Cut to school uniform grant stopped

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The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene when residents reported the smell of gas in the area. (Photo: Presseye)

Suspected gas leak and car set on fire in Londonderry

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Alastair Bell, Event Organiser pictured with Teresa McGowan, Day Hospice Nurse Manager and Noel McMonagle, Community Fundraising Manager launching the First Causeway Coast Model, Craft and Food Fest in aid of Foyle Hospice.

Foyle Hospice to benefit from Causeway Coast Model and Craft fest

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£168,000 road scheme for Rossdowney Road

News

Claudy victim’s brother calls for new probe into 1972 bomb

Crime

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health

Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

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Homes evacuated to facilitate gas leak probe hours after car set on fire damaging house and injuring occupant

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Wallace Thompson, secretary of the Evangelical Protestant Society.

Orange Order says ‘R.I.P.’ term is ‘un-Protestant’

News

A6 temporary road closure to facilitate essential works

Transport
The Londonderry to Coleraine train passing Downhill beach

New hourly Londonderry-Belfast rail service follows quadrupling of journeys

Transport
A traffic jam

Police appeal for Road Safety over Easter

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‘Positive’ engagement to minimise Easter car cruise disruption in Portrush

Transport

Claudy victim’s brother calls for new probe into 1972 bomb

Crime
A nationalist gang crossed the Peace Bridge last week and battered a 36-year-old man in a sectarian attack

Londonderry sectarian attacks could reverse decades of progress: DUP

Crime
St Columb's Park in the Waterside.

Unionist fears of ‘bad old days’ in Londonderry

Crime
Tony Taylor, pictured in 2007, had become involved with the Republican Network for Unity in recent years

SDLP leadership backs rally for release of dissident paramilitary

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'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
Students watching TV

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

Arts
Rebecca McDermott (second from left) and Ian Bratton (second from right) pick up their certificates of achievement at North West Regional College after completing the five week Global Business Services Academy. Also pictured from left are James Casserly, GBS Director for Bemis Europe, Kathleen McCaul, Head of Business, NWRC and Mark McConville, Client Executive with the Department for the Economy. (Pic by Martin McKeown).

The Academy is a partnership between the College, Department for the Economy and Global Packaging Giant, Bemis.

European business centre for Campsie

Business
Stephanie Burton was awarded her degree from the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen's University in Belfast.

Stephanie graduates with best possible style

Education

SLIDESHOW: Loreto College prize day

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***WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES*** ASDA withdraws own brand nappies after baby 'left blistered'

Business

Farming Life awards: Entering a worthwhile experience - Thomas Gilpin

Business
BBC PRESENTERS - from top left, clockwise, journalist Fiona Bruce, talk show host, Graham Norton, Match of the Day presenter, Gary Lineker and Northern Ireland broadcaster, Stephen Nolan.

REVEALED: Full list of BBC's 96 top earners

Business

Londonderry map name row ‘insulting’ to unionists

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SDLP's Claire Hanna says a new film about John Hume will help correct revivision in which Sinn Fein claims credit for his work. 
Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Film on life of John Hume ‘corrects revisionism of SF as peacemakers’

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Parliament Buildings, Stormont.

POLL: Should MLAs continue to receive salaries?

Politics
Rev Jesse Jackson pictured at Martin McGuinness' graveside with his widow, Bernie.

Jesse Jackson’s ‘one sided’ visit to Londonderry queried

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Elisha McCallion's tweet appears to have been deleted

New Foyle MP criticised for ‘embarrassing’ hotel tweet

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Guided walk at Umbra Nature Reserve

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World’s fastest paralympian Jason Smyth’s granda Robert to sprint 100metres in Glasgow

News
Undated handout file photo issued by NASA of a rift in an Antarctic ice shelf where one of the largest icebergs on record has broken away, scientists have announced. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday July 12, 2017. Researchers who have been monitoring a huge crack in the Larsen C Ice Shelf, which had left a vast iceberg more than a quarter the size of Wales "hanging by a thread", say the rift has finally completed its path through the ice. See PA story ENVIRONMENT Ice. Photo credit should read: John Sonntag/NASA/PA Wire

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Council leading the fight against climate change

Environment

Dullest and wettest June for five years, warmer than usual

Offbeat

'Bullying doesn’t stop when school stops' warns NSPCC

Health
Giants Causeway

Do you dare to take on the Clifftop Experience at the Giant’s Causeway?

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Getting the flu jab

New marker can identify those most at risk of flu

Health
A total of 6,189 complaint issues were made in 2016/17.

REVEALED: Total number of complaints made in your health trust area

Health
Stephanie Burton was awarded her degree from the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen's University in Belfast.

Stephanie graduates with best possible style

Education