TECH: Brexit pound sees Sonos speakers price hike

Premium audio fans are about to feel the brunt of Brexit after luxury speaker and sound system manufacturer, Sonos, confirmed they will be raising prices by 25 per cent.

Those looking for love today have been urged to be vigilant around online scams.

PSNI warning over Valentine’s scams

The Londonderry Sentinel’s PSNI columnist, Inspector Rosie Thompson, gives a reminder about some of the scams operating in the online dating world and urges people in the North West to be vigilant on Valentine’s Day...

Digital expert for Enterprise Week

Digital expert for Enterprise Week

The Director of Digital at Virgin Media Business, Stephen Wind-Mozley is set to join the experienced line up of professionals announced for Derry City and Strabane District Council’s 2017 Enterprise Week.

Members of the Ballykelly Mens Shed celebrating after receiving an Acorn Fund City of Culture Legacy Grant for the development of a new art installation in the Village, which will be created using parts of old computers and hard drives. Pictured (L-R) Robert Shaw, Andy Guy, Barrie Jackson, Brian McCluskey and James Jayson.

Ballykelly men’s shed funding boost

Fourteen community and voluntary groups from across Londonderry are celebrating after receiving funding from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland’s Acorn Fund.

Millions of workers have the same lunch every single day

Millions of workers have the same lunch every single day

Millions of office workers are eating the same lunch every single day, a study has found.

What's your favourite pizza topping?

National Pizza Day: What’s your favourite topping?

Today is National Pizza Day.

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People who eat pasta have a better diet

Pasta is a superfood - because it leads to eating a healthier diet, according to new research.

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Children's cereal

Shocking levels of sugar found in breakfast cereals

Some breakfast cereals contain shocking amounts of sugar - making up to a THIRD of the ingredients in some brands, reveals new research.
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Derry is gearing up to host scores of events in this year's NI Science Festival.

NI Science Fest for Londonderry

Zombie-ologists, ugly animals, scientists, musicians and cocktail mixologists are set to descend on Londonderry later this month as part of the third annual Northern Ireland Science Festival.

Imelda May, this year's festival headliner.

Imelda May to headline Jazz festival in April

The 2017 headline act for the 16th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival has said she cannot wait to make her return to the city and celebrate her brand new sound when she performs at The Millennium Forum on Sunday, April 30.

Stevie Martin, a.k.a Rainy Boy Sleep.

Fundraiser in memory of Rainy Boy Sleep

A fundraiser for Pieta House will be held in March in memory of a popular musician who passed away last year.

Ardnaglass comes to Roe Valley with comedy hit

Ardnaglass comes to Roe Valley with comedy hit

Limavady’s Roe Valley Arts Centre has promised to have audiences rolling in the aisles as the centre showcases the ever popular ‘Ardnaglass on the Air’ next month.

Be safe on the web.

Safer Internet Day: The '10 Commandments' to avoid online dangers

Today - Tuesday, February 7 - is Safer Internet Day 2017.

Harry's Shack, one of only two restaurants in Northern Ireland named in the Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants

Donal’s delight for Harry’s Shack

Harry’s Shack in Portstewart is no stranger to picking up accolades, however, Donal Doherty was more than delighted with the news that the north coast restaurant was one of only two from Northern Ireland named in the prestigious Sunday Times Top 100.


Shoppers instantly know when products are shrunk

When Toblerone reduced the size of their chocolate bars it faced a revolt by disgruntled shoppers.
American  troops on the march in Northern Ireland in 1942. (archive photo)

Over-paid and over here, GIs were warned: ‘Never mix it with locals’

American military being billeted in Northern Ireland 75 years ago were provided with a guide book on how they should interact with locals.

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A full English breakfast

What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

For many there’s nothing better than a greasy, full English but with so much to include on the plate, what's your must-have ingredient?

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At the start/finish area of the North West 200 in Portstewart in the early 70s

Did you grow up in the 70s?

Growing up in the 70s in Northern Ireland, the Troubles were part of day to day life.

American troops marching to their quarters. 1942

Do you remember the arrival of the US Army?

Around 120,000 US troops were stationed across Northern Ireland at the height of the deployment and it is estimated that during the Second World War around 300,000 ‘passed through’.

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