Londonderry man sentenced over shotgun discovery

A Co Londonderry man accused of a range of terrorist and firearms offences arising from a search at his home and outbuildings almost five years ago was acquitted on Friday.

Ashleigh Coyle

Ashleigh Coyle continues to shed light on mental health after viral ‘makeunder’ video

Ashleigh Coyle, star of BBC Northern Ireland’s recent Beauty Queen and Single programme, tells Kathryn McKenna what inspired her emotional ‘makeunder’ video


Man's body recovered from River Foyle

The body of a man has been recovered from the River Foyle, police have confirmed.

Ireland's Paul Stirling

CRICKET: Ireland miss out on qualification to World Cup finals

Ireland will not participate at next year's World Cup after suffering an agonising defeat to Afghanistan in their all-or-nothing encounter in Harare.

Jacob Stockdale - Six Nations player of the championship 2018

SIX NATIONS RUGBY: Jacob Stockdale named Nat West player of the 2018 Championship

Ireland wing Jacob Stockdale has reflected on "a truly memorable few weeks" after being named NatWest 6 Nations player of the championship.

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Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Karen Bradley MP and students welcome Prince Harry and Ms. Markle for their first joint visit to Northern Ireland.  Photos by Aaron McCracken.

Harry and Meghan greeted by Londonderry students

Two Londonderry students had a brush with royalty outside Lisburn on Friday.

Annie Levy performing a flute solo at the Loreto College Spring Concert

Spring concert at Loreto

The annual Spring Concert was held at Loreto College Coleraine on March 22 showcasing the considerable musical and dramatic talent among the College’s students.

Daryl Gurney. Steve Welsh/PDC

DARTS: Gurney secures first Premier League win

Daryl Gurney took a huge step towards Premier League survival by registering his first win of the tournament against Mensur Suljovic in Glasgow.

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Springwell's Neil Johnston.

ATHLETICS: Wins for Neil Johnston and Kerry O’Flaherty at Ulster 5K

Neil Johnston and Kerry O’Flaherty are the Northern Ireland and Ulster 5k Champions after impressive victories in the Deep RiverRock Queens 5k at Annadale Embankment.

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The cast of Ballywillan Drama Group's Les Miserables.

70-strong cast bring blockbuster Les Miserables to the Riverside

Les Misérables is coming to the Riverside Theatre!


VIDEO: Watch as Oxford Bulls meet Everton stars to mark World Down's Syndrome Day

EVERTON Football Club hosted a group of extra special guests for the recent home win against Brighton; a team of eight young Down Syndrome players from Derry.

Malcolm Hewitt MBE (centre) with Tesco colleagues Dale Robinson, Claire Campbell,  Irene Hewitt and Grahame Bradley.

Ulster Project stalwart presented with MBE

Londonderry man Malcolm Hewitt has returned to the city with his MBE medal, honouring a quarter of a century of service to the community.

Michelle 'walking all over cancer'.

How brave Michelle is “walking all over cancer” this month

A Newbuildings mother has been bravely “walking all over cancer” by setting herself a target of clocking up 10,000 steps for every day in the month of March.


Eileen Paisley: McGuinness and I the same in eyes of God

Eileen Paisley left her first meeting with Martin McGuinness feeling she was “just the same” as the former IRA leader in the eyes of God.

Clive Graham was shot in the head by a sniper while on patrol in the Creggan area of Londonderry

McGuinness anniversary: ‘The IRA killed Clive but we kept things to ourselves. Who would listen?’

For retired Co Antrim roadworker John McAllister, today is a particularly poigniant anniversary.


Terror and firearm accused ‘linked by DNA and fingerprints’

A Co Londonderry man has gone on trial in Belfast on terrorist and firearms offences arising from the search of a property in Dungiven.

Rose O'Doherty pictured in April 1965

Blue plaque honour for founder of Londonderry Gaelic music festival

The grandson of a founder of an annual Gaelic music celebration in Londonderry will unveil a blue plaque in her honour at her former home in the city later this week.

Ballymoney United who won the Red Shield.

FOOTBALL: Cathcart’s Centra 2008 Tournament

It was another busy afternoon at Meadowbank on Saturday when we hosted our Cathcart’s Centra 2008 Tournament.

Gerard Logue (centre) with the Peacocks and Linfield Swifts who contested the final of the annual Gerard Logue Memorial Football Competition at St Brecon's School in June 1989.

NOSTALGIA: down memory lane with the Sentinel

Take a wander down memory lane with the Sentinel.

The aftermath of the collision involving Darron Gibson in Dovedale Road, Sunderland.

Ex-coach urges troubled Sunderland star Darron Gibson to seek help

DARRON GIBSON’s former youth coach has urged the troubled Sunderland star to seek help after he was suspended by the Championship club following a drink-driving charge last weekend

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