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Donal O'Neill of Eglinton-based Pain Fireworks will provide Derry's Halloween display - and 24 others in NI - for 4th year on October 31
Loganair's daily Derry-London Southend service to start on October 27 - Southend is a small airport just a 52-min train journey from London
Translink bus passengers can now give instant feedback using 'Happy or Not' devices in main stations and on main services throughout NI
NWRC's new Business Skills Manager Sinead Hawkins will develop links with local enterprises wishing to retrain and upskill their staff
NWRC's Product Design Centre has helped Strabane inventor Roy Marshall develop this unique wheelchair ramp attaching to vehicle's towbar
Halloween Business Engagement seminar in Guildhall on Thursday 12 September from 10am to 11.30am - register at derryhalloween.com/engage.
To secure City Deal funding Derry must deliver innovation and excellence in data analytics (CARL) and robotics and automation (CIDRA)
Eastwood says cancellation of Sean Coyle show is seen as part of a process of running down services outside Belfast
Roe Valley Enterprises receives £100,000 for the Limavady Innovation Hub, one of 9 coastal projects to benefit from Coastal Communities Fund
DfI presents 'Notice of Opinion' to Council to approve the building of two office blocks at Ebrington
Local businesses can sign up by 6 September for US trade mission departing in November - details from laverne.odonnell@derrystrabane.com

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NWRC has secured €1.6 million of Erasmus+ funding to allow students and staff to study and train across Europe over the coming 2 years
Faded white lines around the city and on major arteries such as Branch and Creggan Road are a danger as we head into winter, says Cusack
Burglary at Kiltybane Rd in Newbuildings: Stihl chainsaw, leaf blower and hedge clipper stolen from outbuilding overnight Sunday-Monday
Startled dogs may try to escape - so keep doors and gardens secure; here are the Top 5 tips for helping your dog get through the fireworks
Translink with RSPB will play birdsong over the PA at train stations tomorrow (17th) to highlight the decline in wild bird populations