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Dissident Republican prisoner’s mobile phone ban challenge

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NEWS | 'Shots fired' near house in Londonderry

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Brian Walsh, left,  and Darren Poleon.  Both convicted of explosives and terror offences after bomb found at Waterfoot Hotel, LDerry. Sentenced 21-09-17. PICTURE CREDIT: BBC NEWS NI.

Bomb pair ‘undoubtedly set out to commit murder’

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Fentanyl is being mixed with heroin, the PSNI has said. The synthetic opioid is linked to two deaths in Northern Ireland.

Killer drug hits NI shores amid rise in heroin abuse

Crime

Flower power: 2017 Ulster In Bloom winners announced

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‘Growing food scene quickly becoming a tourist attraction’

Business

Two dissident bombers jailed for ten years

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Man arrested in Londonderry by detectives probing attempted murder of PSNI officer

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The Waterside Theatre & Arts Centre. LS2010-513MT.

‘Rediscovering’ the Reformation at special event in Waterside

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Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years. Picture posed by model

Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years

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Caw Roundabout : call for traffic lights to offset ‘bottleneck’

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Single vehicle crash: road closed

Transport
City of Derry Airport

PSNI: Laser pen shone into plane cockpit could have had ‘terrible consequences’

Transport

FLOODING: Latest update on road closures in Co Londonderry

Transport
The incident occurred on Thursday morning.

Woman cut from car and hospitalised after Londonderry car smash

Transport

Dissident Republican prisoner’s mobile phone ban challenge

Crime

NEWS | 'Shots fired' near house in Londonderry

Crime
Brian Walsh, left,  and Darren Poleon.  Both convicted of explosives and terror offences after bomb found at Waterfoot Hotel, LDerry. Sentenced 21-09-17. PICTURE CREDIT: BBC NEWS NI.

Bomb pair ‘undoubtedly set out to commit murder’

News
Fentanyl is being mixed with heroin, the PSNI has said. The synthetic opioid is linked to two deaths in Northern Ireland.

Killer drug hits NI shores amid rise in heroin abuse

Crime

NSPCC calls for more local volunteers to deliver child safety project

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Leo Murphy.

North West cannot afford to keep exporting its talent

Business
Group pictured at the final presentation of the Princes Trust Team Programme which was held at North West Regional College. 
Photo (L to R); Conor Hassan (Assistant Team Leader), Brandon McDonald, Joshua Stuart, Conor McGinnity, Macauley Macrory, Liam McClintock, Brandon Bamford, Shannon Doherty, Aaron O�"Donnell, Rachael Jennings, Sean Curran (Team Leader), Susan Chapman (Team Executive), Sharon del la Puente (Team Manager), and Breidge Johnstone (Curriculum Manager).

Prince’s Trust team programme

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Advice: GCSE results

GCSE results: what should you do next?

Education

Successful head chef believes NWRC laid his career foundations

Education

‘Growing food scene quickly becoming a tourist attraction’

Business
Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years. Picture posed by model

Civil Service sickness levels worst in five years

Business
Ryanair

What businesses should learn from Ryanair holiday ‘mess’

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Caw Roundabout. DER3115GS29

Caw Roundabout : call for traffic lights to offset ‘bottleneck’

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SF mayor slammed for wearing chain to visit dissident in jail

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Shower head  (Ian Nicholson/PA Wire)

Automatic shower units to help flush out Legionella risk at sport centres

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Caw Roundabout. DER3115GS29

Caw Roundabout : call for traffic lights to offset ‘bottleneck’

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Independent Councillor Gary Donnelly. (0605PG64)

Republican storms out of flood meeting because of PSNI

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DUP MP Gregory Campbell. Pic: Press Eye

BBC in need of an ‘overhaul’, says Campbell

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Automatic shower units to help flush out Legionella risk at sport centres

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Caw Roundabout. DER3115GS29

Caw Roundabout : call for traffic lights to offset ‘bottleneck’

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The NSPCC is hoping more volunteers will help them deliver the programme to more children.

NSPCC calls for more local volunteers to deliver child safety project

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File photo dated 02/10/2007 of Tesco carrier bags in a shopping trolley. Photo credit: Ali Waggie/PA Wire

Tesco to scrap 5p plastic bags in favour of 10p bags for life

Business

VIDEO: Humanoid robots a step closer as synthetic muscle developed

Health
Shower head  (Ian Nicholson/PA Wire)

Automatic shower units to help flush out Legionella risk at sport centres

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The Waterfoot Hotel in the Waterside.

Local event focusing on respiratory disease

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The NSPCC is hoping more volunteers will help them deliver the programme to more children.

NSPCC calls for more local volunteers to deliver child safety project

News
TV personality Eamonn Holmes visits the Northern Ireland Hospice in north Belfast and chats with patient Ursula Burns. Photo by Pacemaker Belfast

Eamonn Holmes: People don’t come to NI Hospice to die, they come here to live

Health