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Public are warned they are not obliged to buy 'extended warranties' on consumer goods, most of which already have a manufacturer's guarantee
Alchemy Technology has today announced 250 high level jobs for Derry, with salaries from £25,000 to £45,000
Derry's Cyber Tech company MetaCompliance wants undergrads for 1-year paid internships - www.metacompliance.com/company/vacancies/
Council has launched this year's Apprenticeship Scheme placing 16-24s in local paid apprenticeships: www.getapprenticeships.me
Aviation equipment maker Mallaghan Engineering in Dungannon is to create 210 new jobs over five years
NWRC Limavady student Mark Shiels is now a senior engineer at luxury sports car maker Aston Martin
SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood welcomes FinTrU investment and training for new staff at NWRC, allowing local talent to find work at home
Derry gets 305 new graduate jobs over 5 years with new operation by financial services firm FinTrU, providing services to investment banks
Derry Nice Things offers unique illustrations, paintings and graphic prints of Derry/Donegal landmarks at www.derrynicethings.com
DAERA seeks strategic schemes that protect and enhance our habitats, health, wellbeing and water quality
McDonald's rejects request to report on its use of plastic straws, saying it already has target of reducing plastic packaging by 2025

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100 climbers scaled twice the height of Mount Everest at the Foyle Arena raising £1,400 for Macmillian, Foyle Women's Aid and Koram Centre
Black Astra stolen in Meadowview Crescent at midnight on Tuesday had previously been seen in Abercorn Road - PSNI seeking dashcam footage
North West Greenway is giving out free bike lights at Guildhall 3 Dec, at the'Tinnies' Strabane 4 Dec, Gap Café Bridgend 5 Dec, all @ 4.45pm
Derry's Helen Cammock is a joint winner of the Turner Prize for her exhibition The Long Note, commissioned by Derry's Void Gallery
Forum goes "Strictly Ballroom" with 20 world-class dancers and stunning costumes - tickets available and cut-price £5 tickets for under-18s