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
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
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

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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)