Business

Smyth & Gibson at Victoria Road, one of the last remaining makers of handmade shirts, has announced it is to close with the loss of 34 jobs
NWRC students complete Prince's Trust employability training - next free 12-week course now available at NWRC starting 15 January
Derry tech firm Wurkhouse will create 30 new jobs over 3 years for designers, web developers, SEO and social media roles
Lamberton local handmade natural products available now at Christmas market or North Star Health Eglinton
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

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Over 40 youths drink and party in vacant industrial buildings in Springtown Drive, most recently just this weekend, says Cllr Shauna Cusack
Derry's latest mural 'Monarch of the Glen' at Glenview Terrace shows a majestic stag who has a plastic bag entangled in his antlers
Two men with faces covered and brandishing a knife attempted but failed to rob a shop on Westland Street at 5.45pm on Sunday 12 May
Former Mike & the Mechanics frontman Paul Carrack returns to Forum Sunday 13th October - Paul has also worked with Squeeze, Clapton, Eagles
Two talks on the Tower Museums collection this month by artists Phillip Napier and Locky Morris (May 23) and Declan McGonagle (May 30)