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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Derry

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New IRA involvement in bomb attempt on PSNI officer's home is 'strong line of inquiry'
The incident has been met with widespread condemnation.
15-year-old arrested for 'riotous behaviour' after youths burn furniture to barricade street in Belfast
Demonstrations took place in Belfast and Derry.
Three 14-year-old boys arrested during latest disturbances in Belfast
Leaders have continued to call for an end to tensions in the North.
Derry finish with 10 men as second-half brace sends St Pat's top of Premier Division table
Robbie Benson and substitute Darragh Burns were both on target at Richmond Park.
Call for recall of Stormont after seven nights of violence in Northern Ireland
Further unrest swept across parts of Carrickfergus and Derry last night.
Man charged with riot as 30 petrol bombs thrown at police during night of loyalist unrest in Antrim
The violence comes after eight people were arrested and 27 police officers injured during riots in Belfast and Derry on Friday night.
Committal proceedings against ex-soldier charged with Bloody Sunday murder begin
Soldier F is accused of murdering James Wray and William McKinney on 30 January 1972.
Woman (50s) dies following fire at house in Derry
Police received reports of the fire at 7.30am.
Two men in a serious condition after 'savage' double shooting in Derry
The PSNI believe the shootings were carried out by dissident republicans.
PSNI investigates possible Covid breaches at funeral of well-known republican in Derry
The PSNI said a “significant” number of people gathered for the cortege in Derry.
Man (30s) hospitalised after being shot through front door in Derry
The incident happened in the Churchlands Road area of Coleraine last night.
Tipperary footballers retain Division 3 status while Leitrim suffer drop
There was plenty to play for in the final round of league games this weekend.
High-speed rail service could run from Cork to Derry, say ministers both north and south
The route would consider connectivity from Derry-Belfast-Dublin-Limerick-Cork.
Woman (61) in critical condition after shooting in Derry
The incident happened in Coleraine just before midnight last night.
New Covid-19 restrictions take effect in Derry and Strabane
The new measures officially come into place today.
46-year-old woman becomes first in NI to be charged with breaking Covid-19 regulations
The woman will appear in court tomorrow.
Derry and Strabane put under new Covid-19 restrictions
Northern Ireland’s north west region has one of the highest infection levels in the UK.
Ryan De Vries the late hero as Sligo seal big win and heap more misery on Derry
Liam Buckley’s men took the all-important points on offer at the Showgrounds.
Families of Bloody Sunday victims 'deeply disappointed' as decision not to prosecute 15 British soldiers is upheld
The range of potential offences included murder, attempted murder and causing grievous bodily injury with intent.
How the new restrictions in Donegal are highlighting the lack of cross-border co-operation on Covid-19
The Level 3 restrictions in Donegal highlight the lack of on-the-ground co-operation along the border.
Irish AFL player Conor Glass to return home after retiring with immediate effect
Homesickness was cited as a factor in the decision.
Storm Francis: Flooding causes widespread damage across North
Homeowners and businesses were counting the cost of the storm across the country.
Placing of poppy wreaths on bonfire condemned
Symbols associated with the unionist tradition were attached to nationalist fires lit in Derry this weekend.
Petrol bombs thrown at police in Derry as spate of attempted hijackings continues overnight
The PSNI said this was the third night of disorder “at the hands of cowards determined to cause disruption in our communities”.
'He was Ireland's Martin Luther King': Derry and Ireland say goodbye to John Hume
“Make no mistake about it – there are people alive today who would not be alive had it not been for John’s vision and his work.”
'We're in tears': Derry's people on what John Hume meant to the city
The city is in mourning ahead of the funeral of John Hume today.
'Very restricted' funeral of John Hume to take place in Derry
The former SDLP leader and peace icon died on Monday after years of suffering from dementia.
John Hume’s body makes final journey home
The former SDLP leader and a key architect of the Good Friday Agreement died on Monday aged 83.
Emergency services in Derry battle large fire visible across the city
Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service are attending the scene.
Man in his 20s arrested in connection with killing of Lyra McKee
McKee was killed when she was shot while attending a riot in Derry.
Police in Derry make appeal to couple last seen with their two young children 10 days ago
Martin and Charlene Collins are aged 27 and 25 and have a 23-month-old son and an 11-month-old daughter.
Gun used to kill journalist Lyra McKee is found in Derry
One man has been charged with her murder and a second man has been charged with offences relating to the rioting that preceded it.
Police in the North seize handgun of the same type that was used to kill Lyra McKee
Police cannot confirm at this stage if it is the weapon used to kill Lyra.
#WeStandWithLyra: Friends and colleagues remember Lyra McKee on first anniversary of her murder
The 29-year-old was shot in the Creggan area of Derry by dissident republican group the New IRA while observing clashes with police.
NI police issue fresh information appeal a year on from Lyra McKee killing
The 29-year-old was shot dead during rioting in the Creggan area of Derry last year.
'Vicious' paramilitary-style attack in Derry sees three masked men burst into house and shoot victim
The injured man was shot in the leg and is being treated in hospital.
Mother of Lyra McKee dies a month before anniversary of daughter's death
Joan Lawrie died ‘peacefully’ in hospital on Tuesday, her daughter-in-law Nichola Corner confirmed in a social media post.
Third time lucky as McGrath-inspired Sarsfields edge tight battle for first All-Ireland title
Galway kingpins end Slaughtneil’s four-in-a-row dream at the death.
Anger and devastation after arson attack on new disability centre in Derry
The PSNI has said the incident is being treated as deliberate ignition.
'Get real': Bloody Sunday families furious at delay in choosing venue for Soldier F trial
Families of victims insist any trial must be heard in Derry.