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# Derry

This week
26th November 2023 - 1st December 2023
PSNI appeal for witnesses after 'substantial number of sheep' stolen in Co Derry
A rope securing the gate that leads onto the field was cut and the gate was left wide open, enabling the release of flock.
Man (60s) seriously injured in suspected hit-and-run in Derry this morning
The man remains in a critical condition in the hospital.
Last week
19th November 2023 - 25th November 2023
Viable device found following a security alert in Derry
Ammunition Technical Officers were called to examine the object last night.
Last month
November 2023
Champions Dublin win five football All-Stars with finalists Kerry picking up four
Derry pick up four first-time awards, with one each from Roscommon and Monaghan making the team.
Champions Dublin win five football All-Stars with finalists Kerry picking up four
Derry pick up four first-time awards, with one each from Roscommon and Monaghan making the team.
PSNI now says it has received a 'number of reports' of person dressed up as Hamas militant
The police service had previously said it believe an image circulating on social media to be fake.
PSNI cast doubt on photo of man dressed as Palestinian militant walking through Derry
However a local journalist has said that other photos show the same costumed character.
This year
5 key GAA club county final storylines to watch out for today
Mayo, Derry, Galway, Cork and Tipperary finals some of the key games in store.
PSNI arrest man in connection with data breach affecting up to 10,000 police and staff
The PSNI was rocked after details of around 10,000 police officers and staff were published online.
Soldier B - accused of killing teenager Daniel Hegarty in 1972 - has died
15-year-old Daniel Hegarty was shot twice in the head in the early hours of 31 July 1972.
Man released after questioning on claim of responsibility over shot detective
The man was arrested in Derry under terrorism legislation yesterday.
Man arrested by PSNI officers investigating attempted murder of John Caldwell
The man has been arrested in relation to the claim of responsibility following the attack on DCI Caldwell’s life.
Inside the appointment of Mickey Harte and the complicated history of Tyrone-Derry
Now that Derry have their new manager, some hearts and minds will still have to be won over.
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
Mickey Harte left Louth for Derry to 'win one more All-Ireland'
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
Move that has shocked the GAA world shows how Harte, at 69, is still a born competitor who wants the top honours.
Man hospitalised after being shot in both legs in Derry
The PSNI said two masked men are reported to have been involved in the attack.
Lyra McKee's sister says extremism that 'destroyed' her family is growing in political deadlock
Nichola McKee Corner spoke as a new journalism award, the Lyra McKee Award for Bravery, has been announced.
'He hasn’t dived. There was contact' - Rovers comeback secures crucial draw with Derry
Honours even at the Brandywell last night.
Third person charged by police in ongoing terrorism investigation in Derry
Multiple arrests have been made in connection to the ongoing investigation, which is being led by Police Service’s Terrorism Investigation Unit.
Who are the leading contenders for the Derry job?
County board are actively recruiting for highly desirable and vacant job.
Man in PSNI custody for questioning as part of terrorism investigation in Derry
“Detectives from the Police Service’s Terrorism Investigation Unit carried out searches in the Columbcille Court area,” a PSNI spokesperson said.
Grenades and plastic explosives seized in Derry during evening of 'disorder'
The PSNI believes the New IRA intended to kill police officers with the grenades, gun and plastic explosive found.
Two men arrested in Derry over poster ‘linking names to PSNI’
Police said the poster contained incorrect information.
PSNI arrest two men in relation to poster claiming to name police officers
The PSNI have said that the poster contained ‘a number of inaccuracies’ and lists people who have no links to the police.
Woman wrongly linked to PSNI on poster fears she has been made a target
Police have launched an investigation into the poster at a bus shelter in Dungiven.
Poster with details of three serving PSNI officers placed on bus shelter in Derry
This incident comes after personal data on all serving members of the PSNI was mistakenly published last month.
Man appears in court charged with the murder of Cornelius O’Neill in Co Derry this week
The court heard that the accused is the son of O’Neill’s partner.
Derry stab victim named by PSNI as man arrested on suspicion of murder remains in custody
Shortly before 4.50pm yesterday evening the PSNI received a report that a man, since named as Cornelius O’Neill, had been stabbed in Kilrea.
Murder investigation underway after 56-year-old man stabbed to death in Co Derry
The PSNI is appealing for anyone with information related to the incident to come forward.
Mural dedicated to Lyra McKee in Florida repainted after being vandalised
McKee dedicated a 2017 TedTalk in Stormont to the victims of the Orlando massacre in Pulse nightclub.
Military hearsay statements can be used in Soldier F's Bloody Sunday trial, judge rules
Former paratrooper Soldier F is accused of murdering James Wray and William McKinney in 1972.
Derry, Monaghan, Kerry, Dublin and Mayo players honoured in GAA minor awards
All-Ireland football champions Derry have six players included.
Man hospitalised after falling from bonfire in Derry on Friday night
The Sperrin Park bonfire was one of several built throughout Derry to mark the annual Apprentice Boys’ Relief of Derry commemoration, which took place on Saturday.
Teen to have surgery for facial injuries after being hit by debris from burning car in Derry
The car hijacking was one of several public order incidents last night that are believed to have been in response to the removal of a bonfire.
Man dragged out of his car and hit on the head during night of disorder in Derry
Bins and tyres were burned on the roads and petrol bombs were thrown in the west Derry area of Galliagh throughout yesterday evening.
Paint daubed on rainbow pedestrian crossing in Derry being treated as a hate crime
In September of 2021, Derry became home to the first rainbow pedestrian crossing in the North.
Investigation launched into suspected arson attack on caravan in Derry
PSNI officers came across a caravan on fire around 5.20am this morning while patrolling the area.
Who are the front-runners for the 2023 All-Star football awards?
Just one game to go in the championship as Kerry and Dublin get set tor the All-Ireland final.
Internment bonfire in Derry called off following 'fighting and anti-socal behaviour' last year
The fires are associated with the August anniversary of the introduction of internment without trial during the Troubles.
Kerry pushed to the limit, Derry's huge regrets and impact of the benches
A look at some of the key talking points in Croke Park yesterday.
'We were in a state of shock and such devastation because we expected to win'
Derry manager Ciarán Meenagh reflected on their loss.