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Cross border workers coalition will focus on tax issues, particularly the unique problems for workers who work from home
Public urged to 'support local' as shops, pubs, restaurants and businesses struggle to get back on track after lockdown
The SDLP has launched its four principles for rebuilding Derry’s economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic
Under outdated freehold system, absentee landowners continue to levy annual rent sums from Derry property owners, says Sinéad McLaughlin MLA
Council appoints top management consultancy Full Circle to help local businesses in £820,000 programme to increase innovation and exports
Claims scheme for 'Eat Out to Help Out' now open for restaurants to claim back discounts - payments follow in 5 working days
Businesses warned of a large number of fake Bank of England £20 notes in circulation in Derry and urged to check notes at point of sale
Fears for jobs at Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-rede as National Trust announce 1,200 UK redundancies, says SDLP East Derry MLA Cara Hunter
Almost £1m in funding will enable city centre upgrades such as street furniture and facade improvements
Two men (one in 70s one in 30s) in red Picasso made purchases with counterfeit Euro notes at two stores in Culmore on Sunday evening

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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