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Loganair's London Stansted service increases, Loganair's Glasgow service returns, as do Ryanair's Edinburgh and Liverpool services
NWRC's Business Support Centre helped Cork-based manufacturer NeoDyne in developing new software to enhance reliability and cost reductions
Cllr Sinead McLaughlin will seek assurances that high speed broadband will be rolled out to enable rural communities to do business online
Little Acorns owner Jenni Doherty plans Ireland's first Typewriter Museum in October and has already collected over 100 vintage typewriters
The UseLess Shop, open weekends at Society Street Market, sells products that enable you to go plastic-free: razors, shampoos, toothbrushes!
NWRC wins awards for Contribution to the NW Economy and Best Use of Marketing Digital and Social Media at NW Business Awards 2019
After £105m for NW from London, Irish Government should follow up on promises made to help redevelop the NW region, says Elisha McCallion
NI Retail Consortium reveals footfall in city centres is down 5.3% this year & by 6.1% on high streets - worrying times for local retailers
LacPatrick Dairies was fined £2,500 for effluent endangering fish life flowing via a storm gully into a nearby waterway in Coleraine
Derry's 300 BT staff need clarity over the future of their office, says SDLP Councillor Rory Farrell
The counterfeit €20 notes have bad paper quality, blue colour is too light, no shine from security hologram, and they do not pass pen test

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Prisons are preparing to return to visiting, under strict health guidelines, from 27 July, says Justice Minister Naomi Long
Joe Barr leaves Malin Head at 4pm today to attempt Malin-Mizen-Malin in under 48 hours, hoping to break the current World Cycling record
Mayor Brian Tierney has offered his congratulations and best wishes to Marie Lindsay on her retirement as principal of St Mary's College
Tommy Fleming to play Millennium Forum next February - tickets on sale from Friday 3 July and cost £28
City Colts FC have generously donated £2,770 to Altnagelvin staff raised through an online concert