Business

Budget will not be enough to revive economy - "Choices will have to be made, public services will have to be prioritised” says Conor Murphy
Translink introduce 'enhanced cleaning' of buses, trains and stations, and also issue staff and drivers with personal hygiene products
NONNA'S PIZZAS is closing temporarily as a virus precaution, at both its Shipquay St and Spencer Rd outlets - takaway still available
Almost 90% of visits by potential investors are to Belfast - sub-regional investment targets are urgently needed, says Sinead McLaughlin MLA
Qubizm's Franz Schlindwein urges Derry businesses to join Gateway to Growth Export Programme - workshop at Bishop's Gate Hotel on 3 March
Finance Minister Conor Murphy has confirmed his support for funding towards Derry's £105m City Deal
City Centre Initiative warns of convincing but fake £20 Danske Bank notes, and urges businesses to use counterfeit pens at every till
Business Support Fairs in Derry and Strabane will offer information to entrepreneurs on resources available to help them grow their business
FinTrU is offering 20 degree holders places on a six-week financial services course at NWRC followed by a guaranteed job interview
Michael Gove and UK government's rejection of alignment with EU trade rules shows that they "just don’t care" about NI, says Colum Eastwood
MFC Sports used £30,000 from Business Boost programme to recruit 6 new staff and relocate to a new premises in Glendermott Business Park

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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