Billy McGreanery's Killing Followed Quickly After IRA Shooting Dead Of British Soldier
The overall political and security situation in Derry in 1971 was highly tense. By this point, the Troubles had been raging for three years and if anything the analysis was that things were set to deteriorate further.
Entrepreneur Raises A Glass To His New Ale Business Venture
A craft beer expert with a passion for brewing his very own home-made ales has turned his dream of launching his very own range of beers into a reality thanks to the Go For It Programme, in association with Derry City and Strabane District Council.
'The Justice We Deserve Is In The Hands Of The State'
Relatives of British Army victim speak out
'Tell us what you did to Kayden'
Family appeal to toddler's killer to 'come clean
'We weren't waiting to get married'
Two young women who married across the border this summer have said that while this week's implementation of same-sex marriage legislation is welcome, they were never going to wait for the law to catch up with them or their plans to wed.
100 Choirs Descend For International Choir Festival In The City Of Song
Groups from Mexico, Brazil, North Macedonia, Italy, France, Norway, Portugal and Iceland to compete
Hope Macaulay Brings Technicolour Dream World To Derry's Fashion Fest
One thing you can say about local fashion designer Hope Macaulay’s work is that it certainly catches the eye!
Planned Developments At Creggan GAA Club A 'Positive Step' For Creggan
Upcoming developments at Sean Dolan's GAC in Creggan have been described as a positive step for the community.
Christmas Parties At City Hotel Derry
The countdown is now on with just over two months to go to the Christmas party season and where better to plan your festive celebrations than the 4* City Hotel Derry!
Young Hero Award For Derry's Megan
Foyle First Responder Sean Dillon named Local Legend
Judge Blasts Law Firm Over Derry Court 'No Show'
Derry District Judge Barney McElholm has said it is “completely unacceptable” for a prisoner to be appearing in court by video link and no one from his legal representatives turning up.
'Let's Break The Internet'
Major Brexit protests planned for Derry-Donegal border crossings
'On The Run' Derry Man Back Behind Bars
A Derry man who had been “on the run” since absconding after being granted compassionate bail to visit a sick grandmother has appeared at the city's Magistrate's Court after being arrested on foot of a European Arrest Warrant.
Breakthrough On Customs Urgently Needed To Avoid Decimation Of Economy - Chamber President
The North West economy will be decimated if there is no breakthrough on customs arrangements post-Brexit, the president of Derry's Chamber of Commerce has said.
Play About Shankill Bomb To Be Performed In Derry
Victims' campaigner implores groups still engaged in violence to attend
Talking To Your Baby
Language, Rhymes, Learning & Play
'Big Lunch' Strengthens Community Links
TWO Derry residents groups came together last week for a ‘Big Lunch’ to strengthen links between their communities.
The Derry Public Have Their Say On Inconsiderate And Dangerous Parking Near Schools
Police and the Education Authority have urged motorists driving near Derry schools to be more considerate and safe following numerous complaints to the PNSI about the issue.
Police Appeal For Witnesses And Dash Cam Footage Following Death Of 19-Year-Old Man
Police in Derry have appealed for witnesses following the death of a 19-year-old man.
Ryan And Ciara Both Score At Croke Park
Despite a draw for Derry at Croke Park in the Ladies All- Ireland Junior Final Derry forward Ciara McGurk was overjoyed at full-time.
Trust Urged: 'Just Say No' To £12.5M Cutbacks
THE Western Trust has been urged to ‘just say no’ to proposals to cut £12.5m from its budget before the end of next March.
Don't Mess With Donna!
WATERSIDE woman Donna Philson proved age is just a number last Sunday as she won her category in the ‘Half Ironman’ event in Dublin – beating the time she set in the same event almost 30 years ago.
How The Western Trust Aims To Save £12.5M
THE Western Trust proposal to reduce £12.5m from its budget before the end of next March covers a wide range of services.
Floods In Derry: The Aftermath
Flooding victims with no insurance face uncertain future.
Forget About Mcgregor!
THERE wasn’t any success for Conor McGregor in Las Vegas at the weekend, but there certainly was for Derry’s own John Fleming.
Derry Silence Dubs To Reach Decider
DERRY qualified for a first All-Ireland Minor Final since 2007 following a thrilling victory over Dublin on Sunday in Croke Park. It sets up a meeting with four-in-a-row chasing Kerry on Sunday, September 17.
Pearses Answer The Colin
A black card for Ciaran O’Hare nine minutes into the second half proved the difference in this encounter as Doire Trasna booked their place in the championship semifinal.
No Honour Among Thieves
A short story by Hugh Gallagher.
Twin Sisters Receive Identical GCSE Grades
TWIN sisters from Derry have received the same marks in all of their GCSE examinations.
No Bid Yet To Bring Fleadh Back To Derry
NO bid has yet been made to bring the All-Ireland Fleadh back to Derry, it has emerged.