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Executive is to urgently prepare a funding package for the taxi, private bus and coach sectors and look at needs of the road haulage sector
KFC is to recruit 5,400 later this year for its 965 restaurants in UK/Ireland, partly via the government Kickstart scheme for 16-24 yr olds
New bill will bring extended opening hours until 1am weekdays and midnight on Sunday, and restrict advertising for alcoholic drinks
Business support scheme opens for applications, offering from £800 - £1,600 per week depending on business size to offset Covid restrictions
These are the full details of the new time-bound restrictions from Friday for four weeks
Diane Dodds' claim that Invest NI brought Seagate to Derry is false, says Sinéad McLaughlin MLA - Invest NI did not exist at the time
Small hospitality businesses to receive £800 for every 2 weeks they are closed, larger ones £1,200 for every 2 weeks, says Finance Minister
DUP MLA Gary Middleton says businesses support widening of Buncrana Rd but have fears for jobs due to interrupted access to their premises
Planning no longer needed for extensions to shops or upgrading mobile phone antennas - development rights for oil and gas exploration axed
Minister announces 3,000 online training places - emphasis on digital skills for those whose employment has been disrupted by the pandemic

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Two men stole silver Fiesta at Clon Elagh, hit another car at Strand Road, then stole parcels from postal van in Blighs Gardens
Health Minister confirms additional supplies of flu vaccine were received this week, allowing the seasonal flu programme to resume
Work begins next week to redevelop former Clondermot High School site as a new £8m community hub and sports facility opening in Summer 2022
"Lessons from the Troubles" considers how we can build our future here - contributors include Naomi Long, Mark Durkan, Denis Bradley
This pencil drawing of Seamus Heaney is the work of another former student of St. Columb’s College, Jude McCandless