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Almost £310K worth of drugs seized as a result of Operation Torus

‘For my column this week, I thought I would give you all an update about our most recent campaign in respect of drug dealing.

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Police station hours cut ‘retrograde step’, claim

Police station hours cut ‘retrograde step’, claim

A cut in opening hours at Limavady Police Station enquiry office is a “retrograde” step for the town, it has been claimed.

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Hoax device triggered Limavady security operation

Hoax device triggered Limavady security operation

A security alert in Limavady has ended after a suspect device was declared a hoax.

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Nine people died in the Claudy bombings of 1972

McGuinness Claudy atrocity questioning ‘halted by politics’

Martin McGuinness was set to be questioned by police over the Claudy bomb atrocity about one decade ago but the investigation was called off for political reasons, it has been claimed.

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Martin McGuinness earned a raft of small convictions in the 1980s

Martin McGuinness’s criminal convictions revealed

The book ‘Martin McGuinness: From Guns To Government’ gives a long list of McGuinness’s convictions.

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Strabane security alert ongoing

Strabane security alert ongoing

A security alert is ongoing in the Strabane area of Co Tyrone and is likely to last until lunchtime, the PSNI have said.

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Sperrin Road. Pic by Google.

Police investigate Limavady arson

An early morning fire at a property in the Sperrin Road area of Limavady is being treated as deliberate by the emergency services.

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Eamon Bradley is likely to go on trial again at the end of August

Londonderry man to face new trial over Syria terror camp charges

A man from Londonderry who was acquitted last month of possessing hand grenades in Syria is to stand trial again on the charges a jury failed to reach any verdict on.

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Danielle McLaughlin.

BUNCRANA MURDER: Justice sought for murdered Buncrana woman

Danielle McLaughlin’s body expected home this week.

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Burglary at Eglinton

Burglary at Eglinton

Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary of commercial premises on Main Street in Eglinton.

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You could still be over the limit this morning

Police warning on driving this morning - 'St Berocca Day'

Considering the fact many across the region took a drink yesterday to celebrate Ireland's patron Saint, police are urging drivers not to "take a chance" on the roads this morning.
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Danielle McLaughlin.

Fundraising page set-up to help family of Goa murder victim

A fundraising page has been set-up to help the family of Goa murder victim Danielle McLaughlin with repatriation and funeral expenses.

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Danielle McLaughlin was from Buncrana Co. Donegal.

GOA MURDER: ‘Love you Danielle - you had the most beautiful soul’

Tributes are pouring in for the 28 year-old Donegal woman who was murdered in India.

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File photo dated 18/11/11 of a view of the port of Loch Ryan in Scotland as the threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland is real and substantiated, the former terrorism reviewer David Anderson QC has warned. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from NI to Scotland is ‘real and substantiated’ says expert

The threat of terrorists crossing by ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland is real and substantiated, the former terrorism reviewer has warned.

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Glencarn Road, Omagh - Google image

Police investigate connection to series of burglaries

Police are appealing for information in a bid to find out whether a series of burglaries and thefts in Co Tyrone and Londonderry are connected.
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PCSP chair Alderman William King and vice-chair Ashleen Schenning at the launch of Drug Dealers Dont Care, Do You? campaign. INCR 10-759-CON

Street-level dealers target of drugs crackdown

A campaign highlighting the damage illegal drugs can cause has been launched to coincide with a crackdown on street-level dealers in Causeway Coast and Glens area.

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PSNI to tailgaters: ‘Have a little patience’

The PSNI have issued a gentle reminder to drivers that flashing your lights, tailgating or repeatedly edging out to overtake won’t make the driver in front speed up.

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Sinn Fein Councillor Christopher Jackson.

Salesman’s shock after being targeted by gang claiming to be UDA

A Londonderry salesman has spoken of his shock after being ordered out of an estate in the Waterside by an armed gang claiming to be from the UDA.

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Two lorries stolen from Macosquin quarry

Two lorries stolen from Macosquin quarry

Police in Limavady are appealing for witnesses following the theft of two lorries from a quarry on the Cam Road in Macosquin overnight Wednesday.

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Three released unconditionally

Three released unconditionally

Three men arrested in Londonderry by police investigating dissident republican activity have been released unconditionally.

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