Business

Private equity firm Tenzing is investing in Derry cybersecurity specialist MetaCompliance to accelerate growth and drive product innovation
The Blockbuster DVD rental chain has applied for an administrator blaming growth in online movies
Derry City Centre Traders’ spokesman Martin McCrossan says protests have an undeniable knock-on affect on both tourism and retail
Learning Pool will create 30 new positions providing online learning courses to organisations
Camera chain Jessops going into administration today - use of phones for 'fun' photography slashed demand for digital cameras
New study shows many have no idea how much they have already saved, nor how many retirement years they will have to fund
Ulster Bank to close around 20 of its 245 branches, no indication until next week which locations will be affected
Invest NI confirms to Pat Ramsey series of tender skills workshops in February leading to a major 'Meet the Buyer' event in March
Derry solicitor Philip Gilliland is the new President of the Chamber of Commerce
Aldi Ireland wins case over unfair price comparisons by Tesco, using bag of humbugs as example. Damages of 150,000 euro go to St. V de Paul
The pipes the pipes are calling: Good news for city as pipework design and engineering company expands

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12 year old boy cyclist left with broken toe and bruised ribs after hit and run collision with van at Kurin Rd in Garvagh on Friday (15/01)
Mayor Brian Tierney welcomes Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon's funding of £200,000 for new low-energy street lighting in Moss Park
The security alert which began at Racecourse Rd at 2am this morning ended at 8am - object was declared an elaborate hoax
Santa opened two new state of the art classrooms at Culmore PS as the school gears up to accept digital applications from January 7
SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins has welcomed the news that Council has put Culmore on the list to get Christmas lighting for the first time