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A funding package of £4m will secure the Derry-London air route until at least 2023, says Martina Anderson MLA
Branch closures a 'hammer blow' to city centres, says Sinéad McLaughlin, following news that Strand Road and half of BoI branches will close
City Deal is in place at last, but further investment in Derry's university and NW economy will be needed in future, says Colum Eastwood
Councils will be able to strike different levels of household and business rates to suit their own local priorities
The LegenDerry Food brand already includes 50 local businesses - applications have just reopened for new applicants
Private equity firm Tenzing is investing in Derry cybersecurity specialist MetaCompliance to accelerate growth and drive product innovation
Budget will not be enough to revive economy - "Choices will have to be made, public services will have to be prioritised” says Conor Murphy
Welding Skills Academy at NWRC is a five-week course plus 2 weeks' local company placement - training allowance £150 per week
UK Travel Corridor system suspended for updating from Monday (18/01) until 15 Feb - travel from NI-GB and within Ireland will be unaffected
Drivers can apply for a further £1,500 to cover from 1 October last until April 5 2021 - Nichola Mallon's scheme opens in early February

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Sinn Féin Councillor and Creggan woman Emma McGinley will now represent the Moor area on Derry City and Strabane District Council
Pfizer vaccine will now be offered to children aged 12-15 with specific health conditions or who are living with someone immunosuppressed
Top of the Hill's new £2.3m community centre has offices, child care, youth facilities, and a social hall and will boost community relations
Mayor met Boyzlife singers Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden at Guildhall ahead of their concert this Sunday August 1
While restrictions may relax on indoor entertainment from next Monday (26th), venues will still require a current entertainments licence