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A documentary on graffiti in Derry is now available on a platform serving 3000 universities globally in a major coup for filmmakers, Eileen Walsh and David Dryden.
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A suspicious object has sparked a security alert in Derry this afternoon.
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The rate of Derry and Strabane workers drawing welfare because they were unemployed was close to double the rate for the North as a whole in June, new figures have revealed.
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Concern has been raised that tents are being erected and campervans taking up more than one space in the car park at Kinnego Bay.
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Concerns have been raised that tents are being erected and campervans taking up more than one space at the car park at popular Kinnego Bay.
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Art therapy for people affected by cancer and long term conditions is being introduced at Altnagelvin Hospital site.
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Derry’s new wave of talented bands and musicians will be showcased at the forthcoming Stendhal Festival in Limavady.
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Friends, former neighbours, politicians and justice campaigners joined the Devenny family at St Eugene’s Cathedral on Wednesday “in honour”, Father Paddy Baker told them, “of a great and good man, Sammy, who was a God-fearing man and a great father, a husband, a friend”.
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Minister of State for the North, John Penrose, has said action is needed to tackle unregulated activity on Lough Foyle.
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Is civility flagging? Whatever grievances may lie behind the turbulence evident in the actions of groups and individuals at sites of contentious bonfires, they cannot justify the indulgent and hostile defiance of environmental good sense or the collateral social, political and financial fallout.

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