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McDonald's rejects request to report on its use of plastic straws, saying it already has target of reducing plastic packaging by 2025
From just your name, DOB and address from Facebook, fraudsters can generate a convincing fake passport, driver's licence or utility bill
Packaging maker Bemis in Campsie launches 5-week academy leading to job interview for 95 HND or degree holders - apply by 8 May
'Scattr' - a free app developed in Derry which allows you to enter for freebies from over 50 local companies - demo: https://www.scattr.io
100 stakeholders discussed Derry's Local Development Plan with a view to publishing a Preferred Options Paper in May-June for consultation
Stormont parties must come together to form a new government and a common position on Brexit, says Chamber of Commerce
The Duddy Group is investing £7million to build a new Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Derry creating 47 jobs
Over 24 Derry businesses tour Causeway Coast: Drenagh Estate, Portstewart & Royal Portrush Golf Clubs, and Bushmills Distillery
Council's 5-week course for unemployed offers training for hospitality/tourism and includes job placement and guaranteed job interview
Strabane market will run on last Friday of month in courtyard of Alley Theatre - Council invites traders,food and craft makers to sign up
Tesco reimburses workers in NI and Britain who were slightly underpaid due to payroll mix-up; many get £1 or less - Every Little Helps?

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Family dog killed by speed driver in silver Toyota Corolla Verso, at Fern Park on Thursday at 1pm - police seek witnesses or dashcam footage
With 12 weeks notice Council can now allow events on public roads, including street parties, fun runs, social events, filming, entertainment
Extra funding from the Housing Executive will secure Foyle Haven's John Street day centre service to support local street drinkers
New exhibition in Nerve Visual Gallery shows the NI civil rights struggle in 1968 alongside the protests in Paris, Prague, Chicago, London
Autism Awareness Week was embraced by Council and all businesses in Derry, says Councillor Angela Dobbins