Business

NWRC's 'Women in STEM' event will feature women speakers currently leading the fields of Digital, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
15 local companies are to join a Council-organised trade mission to Boston to showcase the NW's tech innovation in mid-November
NWRC's marketing team wins gold at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Awards for their 'Start Here Go Anywhere' campaign
Communication Workers' Union's planned 48-hour strike from Oct 19th over pension benefits is justified, says Sinn Féin's Elisha McCallion
New 12-week Council Kickstart course in fabrication and welding includes job placement and guaranteed job interview
Council's 5-week Kickstart hospitality/tourism course includes NWRC training, 2-week job placement, plus guaranteed interview with employers
Software company Kainos is creating 15 high-end technical and consulting jobs, says Sinn Féin's Elisha McCallion
Latest sickness levels in the NI Civil Service were 12.4 days per person, worst in 5 years and cost the economy £32.7m in lost production
As a cross-border initiative, NWCAM will bring together 26 PhD students to develop cutting edge new advanced manufacturing techniques
Emergency Fund Scheme to pay out to 370 householders, but extending payments to businesses not possible due to lack of Stormont Assembly
Carella to recruit 12 additional staff by 2019 and invest in all areas of the business including sales, production, management and service

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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