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Close call for ‘Stinger’ cop in speed ‘op’

A police officer was forced to jump out of the path of a speeding van that mounted a kerb to dodge a stinger device near the border between Londonderry and Donegal on Sunday, the PSNI have confirmed.
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Police have urged the individual, who they suspect of stealing the iPhone in Sainsburys, to hand it in

Police: CCTV footage of woman taking iPhone to be published unless she comes clean

Police claim they have CCTV footage of a woman who lifted a mobile phone from a fellow customer's shopping basket in a Londonderry supermarket.

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Police have appealed for information

Teen hospitalised after being kicked in head and dragged onto road in suspected sectarian attack

A 15-year-old boy has been hospitalised after being kicked in the head in what's being treated as a sectarian attack in Londonderry.
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Bomb alert.

Evacuations following bomb alert

A number of homes have been evacuated in a bomb alert in Strabane.

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'Considerable damage' caused to cars struck in hit-and-run

Police are appealing for information after two cars were struck in a hit-and-run near Claudy.

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Maplin.

Brexit Sterling devaluation helped push Maplin into administration, says electronics boss

The boss of Maplin, the electronics retailer, which has a store on the Crescent Link, has said the company will continue to trade despite having entered administration this morning.

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Foyle Bridge.

Foyle Bridge re-opens after multi-vehicle collision

The Foyle Bridge has re-opened to Waterside-bound traffic after at least three vehicles were involved in a car accident during rush hour on Wednesday.
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PSNI.

Man's nose broken, body bruised, in serious assault

Police at Strand Road have appealed for information after a man's nose was broken during a serious assault involving a number of males on Wednesday.

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Strabane woman who gave name to crater on dark side of Moon hailed

A Strabane woman who has a crater named after her on the dark side of the Moon has been hailed by Derry City and Strabane District Council.

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PSNI.

Burglars target rural pub for second time in a month with St. Valentine's Day raid

Burglars stole cash and cigarettes from a rural pub on St. Valentine's Day in what was the second raid on the premises in less than a month, the PSNI have indicated.
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Castledawson.

Traffic: Bypass closure means longer journey times for Londonerry to Belfast travellers

Motorists travelling between Londonderry and Belfast are advised to expect longer journey times this weekend due to the temporary closure of the Castledawson bypass.
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Andrew Allen.

Mother of Londonderry murder victim, Andrew Allen, asks killers and their aides to look into their souls

The mother of Londonderry murder victim, Andrew Allen, who was shot dead in Lisfannon near Buncrana six years ago, has urged his killers to look into their hearts before contacting detectives with information about the atrocity.

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Philippa Reynolds.

Tributes paid to 'shining star' Philippa Reynolds on fifth anniversary of manslaughter

The colleagues of the late Philippa Reynolds who was killed when her unmarked police car was struck by a speeding 4x4 at Dale's Corner in 2013 have paid tribute to a lost 'shining star' of the local police force.

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Campaign.

Western Trust to drive home 'only yes means yes' sexual consent message

The Western Trust is set to launch a new campaign next week in order to drive home the message that 'only yes means yes' when it comes to sexual consent.
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Woman's body recovered from the River Foyle

A woman's body has been recovered from the River Foyle.

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Flu on the decline but doctors urge against complacency

The rate of flu consultations in the North has declined week-on-week for the first time since Christmas but health chiefs have warned against complacency despite signs this year's influenza outbreak is on the wane.

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Foyle Bridge.

Foyle Bridge closed to lorries

The Foyle Bridge has been closed to lorries due to high winds.

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Urgent care.

81% of calls to under pressure service for those with serious conditions 'non-urgent'

Eighty-one per cent of calls to GP out-of-hours (OOH) services across the North this Christmas were non-urgent, it's emerged.

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