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Insurance software specialist Alchemy is launching a training academy with NWRC, offering 20 places that will potentially lead to employment
Taxi drivers should be able to test vehicles locally, not drive to Belfast, and policy on fines should be relaxed, says Martina Anderson MLA
Hospitality Ulster has welcomed the announcement by the NI Executive that ‘wet-led’ (non-food) pubs can reopen in NI from 10 August
Martina Anderson MLA calls for extending rail network in NW - almost all of 54 stations in the north are east of the Bann
New government scheme to help pubs and restaurants offers 50% off your food bill Mon-Wed in August, up to £10 per head, alcohol not included
Loganair's London Stansted service increases, Loganair's Glasgow service returns, as do Ryanair's Edinburgh and Liverpool services
Lidl to relocate retail store to vacant site nearby at junction of Buncrana Rd/Springtown Rd - existing Lidl store to become a storage unit
Council reminds food outlets that seating outside/around their premises is still not allowed under Coronavirus Government restrictions
Huge tourism potential if Derry is marketed as the City linking the Wild Atlantic Way with the Causeway Coast, says Sinead McLaughlin
Derry City and Strabane District Council's Planning Committee have approved outline plans for a major IT Services and Data Centre at Maydown
Funding of £30m will include £13.6m for skills/education, and £9.6m for businesses that are 'vulnerable but viable', says Diane Dodds

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Altnagelvin midwife Corina McGarrigle had her baby son, assisted by her colleagues, on International Midwives Day last Wednesday, 5th May
One person, 1 hour a day in hospitals and hospices, in children's wards 2 can visit but must 'rotate' so only 1 at a time is at bedside
Decision to take cars queueing for McDonalds off road and on to Fort George site increases safety on Strand Rd, says Sinéad McLaughlin
Council have unveiled a mural by local company Peaball Creatives, dedicated to former Derry City player Mark Farren, at the Brandywell
Council has approved funding of £750,000 for a raft of arts, culture and heritage projects and events