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New portal will enable businesses to register bank details in order to receive grant payments into their bank account, says Diane Dodds
While social distancing is impossible in a taxi, taxis could be employed delivering medication and food, says Martina Anderson
Click image for full list of essential businesses that can continue to trade, and a list of non-essential businesses that must close
Good support for businesses but self employed - taxi drivers, sole traders, micro-businesses - have only statutory sick pay, says Eastwood
If passed, proposals this week would give self employed 80% of average declared monthly income over 3 years up to a maximum £2,917 per month
Bar, restaurant and hotel staff whose job has ended or hours reduced due to the virus can now apply for a once-off grant of £250
Government will pay up to 80% of an employee’s wages up to a maximum of £2,500.00 for the next three months
One male distracts staff while the other takes the card reader to try to refund large sums on to his card - make sure your CCTV is working
Businesses will pay zero rates for next 3 months, saving £100m - householders will have issuing of rates bills deferred from April to June
Translink introduce 'enhanced cleaning' of buses, trains and stations, and also issue staff and drivers with personal hygiene products

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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