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Flights for Christmas shopping trips to Prague and Vienna launched TODAY

Two dedicated Christmas market trips from Belfast International Airport to Prague and Vienna have been launched.

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Freedom anniversary parade in Coleraine

Reservists of the 206 (Ulster) Battery 105th Regiment Royal Artillery paraded through Coleraine town centre on Saturday to mark a very significant date.

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Hannah Deane who is bound for Borneo this summer.

Help kind-hearted student Hannah travel to Borneo to help others

While many teenage girls will be planning their summer jobs or choosing which music festivals to attend, one Eglinton student is making preparations to travel to Borneo to work on a social project.

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Artist to take part in Tower Museum Art Series

Artist to take part in Tower Museum Art Series

Acclaimed local artist Rita Duffy will be taking part in the next Your City, Your Art workshop taking place at the Tower Museum, a special series celebrating the very best local talent.

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Twins Tipsudar and Tipsukan Cochrane, who recently completed their Level 3 in Art and Design at NWRC Limavady. North West Regional College has become the first in Ireland to receive course accreditation by the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL) Awarding Body. (Picture Martin McKeown).

NWRC Art Department receives seal of approval

The award winning Art and Design Department at North West Regional College has become the first in Ireland to receive course accreditation by the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL) Awarding Body.

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Dress for the job you want (not the one you have)

Dress to impress: interview style advice for women

Although a catwalk-inspired outfit won’t necessarily be the sole reason you land your dream job, it’ll certainly make a great first impression.

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Acorn Fund Looking for Funding Applications from Derry Community Groups.

Acorn Fund looking for funding applications

Community organisations and voluntary groups from County Derry~Londonderry are urged to avail of grants of up to £3,000, for innovative arts and culture projects, from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland’s Acorn Fund

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Pacemaker Press Belfast 08-05-2017: Equality Commission for Northern Ireland event in the Derry City Hotel. Pictured at the event Roisin Morgan(Sam Mouldings),Alannah Cardwell(Northstone), Paul Oakes (ECNI A&C Manager) and John Cuthbet( NI Civil Servce).
Picture By: Arthur Allison.

Equality Commission visits North-West

The Equality Commission held the first of its 2017 ‘Employer Equality Update’ conferences in Derry/Londonderry.

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Mr Motivator calls on Londonderry folk to do 30 for 30!

Mr Motivator calls on Londonderry folk to do 30 for 30!

Nineties fitness guru Mr Motivator is encouraging Londonderry folk to get sponsored to do 30 minutes of physical activity every day for 30 days in June for Bowel Cancer UK.

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It’s panto audition time...oh yes it is

It’s panto audition time...oh yes it is

Calling all budding actors and singers!

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SLIDESHOW - Nostalgia with the Sentinel

Why not take a wander down memory lane with the Sentinel.

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People flock to ancestry database to trace  NW links

People flock to ancestry database to trace NW links

There has been a surge in the number of people tracing their local ancestry, according to genealogist Brian Mitchell, with people from around the world accessing Derry City and Strabane District Council’s database of Derry genealogy to find vital clues to their ancestry.

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Dominican College centenary golf day

Dominican College centenary golf day

As part of the programme of events to mark the centenary of Dominican education in Portstewart, Dominican College is holding a golf day on Sunday, June 25 at Portstewart Golf Club (town course).

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Workshops to look back at Shirt Factory era

Workshops to look back at Shirt Factory era

Two special workshops will be hosted by Derry City and Strabane District Council, providing the opportunity to reminisce about one of the most important eras in the city’s history, when the shirt factories were the thriving hubs of social and economic activity here.

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Hannon Coach has put forward a proposal to improve options for leisure travellers between Belfast and Londonderry

Bus company promise to make Belfast to Londonderry journey faster

A private bus company that wants to introduce a new direct service between Belfast and Londonderry says they will be complementing Translink’s existing service rather than competing with it.

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Calling all buskers! It’s time for Summer Jamm

Calling all buskers! It’s time for Summer Jamm

As Summer Jamm returns to Strabane next month, festival organisers are reminding performers and musicians that they could be in with a chance of winning up to £1,000 in a busking competition on Saturday, June 10.

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New Sustainable Village of Year awards launched

New Sustainable Village of Year awards launched

The ‘Sustainable Village of the Year’ award has been launched as part of the Housing Executive’s Rural Community Awards.

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WILD FLOWERS. . . .Pupils from St. Aidan�"s PS, Magilligan pictured on Thursday ��planting wild flower seedlings�" at the school. The seedlings were supplied by Grow Wild NI and HM Prison, Magilligan, in a joint effort to provide active and meaningful work for inmates whilst also doing something positive in communities throughout Northern Ireland. Included front from left, pupils Erin Mitchelson, Cassie Deeney, Charlie McDevitt and Matthew Ferris. At back from left are Mr. Tony Glendenning, teacher, Ms. Stephanie Baine, manager, Grow Wild NI, and Ms. Lisa Wilson, Principal, St. Aidan�"s PS.

Magilligan prisoners free wild flower seedlings for communities

Hundreds of thousands of wild flower seedlings are being planted across Northern Ireland thanks to the efforts of prisoners from HMP Magilligan.

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