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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
Northern Ireland will participate in World Expo in Dubai, which was postponed and now takes place from October 2021-March 2022
Investment of £5m at Crescent Link will extend M&S Food Hall, bring in Food Warehouse by Iceland, and create 110 new jobs

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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