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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
Martin McGuinness told Derry Chamber yesterday that Stormont is committed to growing our economy and unemployment is now lowest since 2008
Tamnagh Foods (Park) and Donnybrewer Butter (Eglinton) will represent Derry at the BBC Good Food Show exhibition in Belfast this weekend
Fujitsu is to cut 1,800 jobs across the UK - Fujitsu Northern Ireland currently employs 550 in Belfast and 250 in Derry
Strabane packaging manufacturer Boran-Mopack has invested £2.4million and created ten new jobs to drive forward its export business
Financial Times economist Chris Giles warns movements of goods and people into EU via Derry-Donegal must be monitored post-Brexit
NI Economic Conference on Wed Oct 19 in City Hotel will focus on the economic challenges of Brexit for the NW and regional economy
Colum Eastwood welcomes progress on a cross-party legal challenge to Brexit, which will now proceed to a hearing at Belfast’s High Court
NW Job Fair will take place in the Millennium Forum on Thursday 6 October 10-3pm with over 20 major employers in attendance and recruiting
Funding boost will help CoDA secure new routes and develop infrastructure, says chairman Roy Devine
Londonderry Chamber of Commerce expresses regret at Ryanair's intention to cut its services to London and Faro from 2017

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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
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