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NWRC's 'Women in STEM' event will feature women speakers currently leading the fields of Digital, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
NWRC has launched a welding academy to address the acute shortage of welders in the North West
NWRC joins NI's 5 other Further Education colleges to present a 'first port of call' for businesses wanting to upskill their workforces
Email downloads malware if you open file ‘Payment_Secure_Doc.pdf’. The subject of the email may be ‘Payment Plan/Inv’.
SDLP's Martin Reilly secures Council backing to invite James Brokenshire to Derry to hear case for a city deal - as promised to Belfast
Council invites budding designers to join Designer Business Start Up Programme in collaboration with specialists Fashion Enter London (FEL)
Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney, hosted an Ireland NW delegation who spent a day exploring opportunities for business/educational partnerships
Public input invited on proposed £15m, 152-bed hotel at Ebrington Square - 'The Ebrington' would create 100 new full and part time jobs
University of Ulster, Letterkenny IT and NWRC will join trade mission to Boston and Philadelphia next week to promote the North-West
Council's new Business Boost progamme offers mentoring and support to local companies employing less than 50 and turning over under £10m
Turn off devices on standby and boil only the water you need for Energy Savings Week in home and workplace this week, says Council

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Two men, aged 24 and 37 have been charged with the robbery of a cash-in-transit van in Greysteel on Saturday March 16
A man in his 80’s has died after being hit by a silver Citroen car at Crescent Link at 8pm last night, Thursday 14th March
PPS decision is 'a difficult day' for Bloody Sunday families, says SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood
NWRC's 5k fun walk/run from Ebrington to Strand Road campus starts at 7.30pm on Thursday 4 April in aid of Foyle Search and Rescue
Auditions for Forum's Xmas panto 'Snow White' on Fri 12 and Sat 13 April - book audition with Lisa Lynch on 028 71272770