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Council has launched this year's Apprenticeship Scheme placing 16-24s in local paid apprenticeships: www.getapprenticeships.me
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
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

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Lifebelt on Peace Bridge vandalised overnight, vandal escaped on foot - CCTV operators alerted City Warden who recovered the belt at 7.30am
Victoria Spratt joined Russell's shoe shop and entered the Apprenticeship NI Programme - now she's shortlisted for 'Apprentice of the Year'
Derry Girls saw off a strong challenge from rival comedy 'Inside No. 9' to win Radio Times Comedy Champion by a narrow margin
Bothy Band fiddle legend Tommy Peoples, from St. Johnston in Donegal, has died aged 70
This year will be the biggest in the WHM's 37-year history when up to 2,500 runners descend on Ebrington Square on 2 September