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NWRC's marketing team wins gold at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Awards for their 'Start Here Go Anywhere' campaign
Elemental Software is creating 10 new software and marketing jobs in Derry to expand its 'Social Prescribing' healthcare platform
Lithe IT provides software to improve business efficiency - clients include Transport for London, Canon, Swiss Post Solutions
SDLP leaders call for Emergency Financial Assistance scheme to be extended to businesses, and community and sporting organisations
This is part of the flooding following last night's rains that has closed Cityof Derry Airport for today
Council joins 'Real Deal' campaign to ensure customers in markets are not sold counterfeit, fake or illegal goods
Firstsource staff who are running the Waterside Half Marathon in aid of the children's cancer charity Supershoes
NWRC graduate Aaron McDevitt qualified in Hospitality & Tourism Management and is now lecturer and head chef at the Lazy Gardener in Campsie
Sinead Deeney from Feeney is spearheading the rise of female engineers in Australia, working in Darwin with construction giant WSP
NWRC's 5-week business academy has qualifed the 16 participants to work at Bemis Packaging's new European Business Service Centre in Campsie
Derry is a leading contender among 128 entries as Translink launches 2017 Ulster in Bloom Competition - winners to be announced in September

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Health and social care services in Northern Ireland have returned to normal today following disruption in some areas due to Storm Ophelia
‘Hands Across the Divide’ sculptor Maurice Harron opens the “No Jury, No Prize” exhibition at Alley Theatre Strabane from 23 Oct to 17 Nov
Fashion Fest a major success with paper butterflies before a sell-out audience, and Jenny Packham's bridal gowns stole the show