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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
CODA hopes that new govt review of Airport Passenger Duty in NI will highlight the harmful effects of this tax on tourist industry
Chamber of Commerce welcomes 'hint' that Derry/Strabane may receive a city deal and is hopeful A5 and A6 upgrades may proceed
PwC and Black Duck Software 19-week training in cyber security - min 2 A levels required - apply by 7 July at https://acsa.mindmill.co.uk
McErlains' Bakery, SkunkWorks Surf Co, Dynasty Group, Armstrong Medical and Gallagher & McKinney are investing £6.2m to create 51 jobs here
NWRC's award-winning chef John Crowe has been named ‘Lecturer of the Year’ by the Institute of Hospitality
Tierney Tax Consultancy's Rose Tierney told over 100 executives about tax rules for cross-border workers at seminar in Bishop's Gate Hotel
Martina Anderson MEP welcomes funding of €7.5m to support 15 research projects at the NW Centre for Advanced Manufacturing
Translink launches consultation on Ulsterbus Foyle service, planning new 'Foyle Metro' fleet of buses for the autumn - closing date June 30
Council are creating 29 new jobs under the Rural Business Investment Scheme
British Midland International launched its twice-daily Derry to London Stansted flight this morning

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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