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Video: ‘I will appoint independent person to look at adult learning disability underspend’

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It’s time to get on your bikes and get active, says Deputy Mayor

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Health Minister Michelle ONeill

Health Minister Michelle O’Neill praises Foyle Hospice staff

Health

Man hospitalised after attack by masked males in Articlave

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Playful Museums Festival coming to YOUR town

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Derry exporters look to third biggest market ‘down under’ as May announces Single Market Brexit

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PSNI right to use TASER on Londonderry man: Police Ombudsman

Crime

‘Unionism quarrels its way to agreements’

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Derek to paddle up the Shannon for charity

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St Eugene's Cathedral in Derry.

£380k for St Eugene’s Cathedral footpaths upgrade

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Hourly trains to Belfast by summer and express service proposed too

Transport
The former Waterside Railway Station.

Translink completes purchase of Old Waterside Station

Transport
Firefighter are at the scene

Woman and girl hospitalised following RTC

Transport
Train. Stock image

Safety highlighted at newly upgraded railway crossings

Transport
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Work to begin on Limavady roundabout scheme

Transport

PSNI right to use TASER on Londonderry man: Police Ombudsman

Crime

Woman who kicked nurse in stomach at Coleraine’s Causeway Hospital is jailed

Crime
Inspector Rosie Thompson

Don’t suffer from domestic abuse

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The car which was burnt out in Galliagh overnight.

Firefighters forced to pull out of Galliagh after stoning incident

Crime

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Lifestyle
Derry Central Library

Library hosts free SafeTALK workshop

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NI Primary School Road Safety Quiz is launched by Department for Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard and Megan McKeown. They are joined by Joan Kinnaird from event organisers Road Safe NI and Jonathan McKeown from sponsors CRASH Services.  There are 11 heats in each super council areas in January and February before the NI finals take place in February.

Road Safety NI quiz for schools

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School registration closing date nears

Education
Sandra Biddle. (2203PG18)

Local people get New Year honours

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Hourly trains to Belfast by summer and express service proposed too

Transport
The former Waterside Railway Station.

Translink completes purchase of Old Waterside Station

Transport
Some Doritos lightly salted crisps could be harmful to people with an intolerance or allergy to wheat/gluten or soya.

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

Business

Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

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The Guildhall.

Future of land border with Republic of Ireland brings MPs to Guildhall

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Martin McGuinness: Why I’m stepping down

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First Minister, Arlene Foster.

How social media reacted to Arlene Foster misogyny allegations

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Arlene Foster

David McIlveen: Arlene Foster is unlikely to lead the DUP into the next election

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Mobuoy clean up costs could exceed £100m

Environment
A buck stands with does in the late afternoon autumn sunlight. October 3, 2015: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

Crime
Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s Irish Wall plan scrapped

Environment
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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Health Minister Michelle O’Neill praises Foyle Hospice staff

Health
Sick mum and daughter

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

Offbeat
Pregnant eating

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Health
A baby crying

Would you stick needles in your baby to stop it crying?

Health
One too many

Drinking to forget doesn’t work

Health