Londonderry Sentinel

PSNI issue warning to public after device 'left' on street

Crime
Traffic and travel

Traffic and travel: Road closure causing delays

News

Roads warning as NI temperatures expected to plumet

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VIDEO: Vet in warning over food bins after dog left seriously ill with repeated seizures

News

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat

£45m venture to spearhead Londonderry renaissance

Business

Stormont collapse a disaster for local business

Business
The Mayor Councillor Councillor Maol�osa McHugh pictured with Jennifer McKeever, President of Londonderry Chamber of Commerce and Jim Roddy, Chief Executive, City Centre Initiative and CCI Chairman Hugh Hegarty, and Chamber Chief Executive, Sinead McLaughlin at the launch of the annual North West Business Awards which are taking place on Friday the 1st of June 2018 in teh City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 14.02.18

Londonderry business awards launched

Business
NIFRS

Firefighters called to Coleraine blaze

News
Institute captain Michael McCrudden returns from suspension for this weekend's clash with Ballyclare Comrades.

FOOTBALL: Leaders Institute aim to bounce back

Football
Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland to face Israel in friendly

Football
Daryl Gurney drew with Gerwyn Price.

DARTS: Gurney frustrated after Price draw

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Daryl Gurney

Premier League darts: Gerwyn Price ready for Daryl Gurney challenge

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DERRY CITY: Two defenders expected to arrive at Brandywell

Football

FOOTBALL: Michael O'Neill signs four year Northern Ireland contract extension

Football

IRISH CUP: Coleraine ease into quarter finals

Football

AIL RUGBY: Vastly improved City of Derry push Navan all the way

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Kris Kristofferson

Country music icon announces Belfast and Londonderry concerts

Music
TV Licensing

Winter Olympics TV licensing reminder for sports fans

Arts

6 spots to dine in this Valentine’s Day across Northern Ireland

Whats on
John Doherty from Rosemount Avenue with his three-year-old Kerry Blue Terrier 'Louisburgh Suits Me Fine' who came first in the open dog class, best overall in the show and Green Star dog at the Dublin Irish Blue Terrier Championship in June 1989.

Down memory lane with the Sentinel

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A little piece of heaven in the Walled City

Lifestyle

Putting young people at heart of community planning

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