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Dangerous potholes: Painting out graffiti takes thousands from roads budget

The main Limavady to Coleraine road is in desperate need of repair after the harsh winter.

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Pictured at the announcement that funding has been approved for the redevelopment of North West Regional College's Springtown campus are, from left: Barrie Cox, NWRC Estates Manager, Patrick McKeown, NWRC Director of Finance and Economic Engagement, Leo Murphy, Principal and Chief Executive, NWRC, Gavin Killeen, Vice chair Governing Body, NWRC, and Paul McGarrigle, NWRC Lecturer. (Picture: Martin McKeown, INpresspics.com).

Multi-million facelift for Londonderry campus

North West Regional College has announced that the Department for the Economy has approved funding to enable its Springtown campus in Londonderry to commence a multi-million redevelopment later this year.

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Civil Service head says it will play leading role

Civil Service head says it will play leading role

The Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service has told Londonderry business leaders he will “do all” he can to help the city fulfil its potential.

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Waterside Station plan ‘a missed opportunity’

Waterside Station plan ‘a missed opportunity’

More imagination on the vision for the Waterside Transport Hub was needed and the £27 million plan adopted by council is a wasted opportunity, claims SDLP Deputy Mayor John Boyle.

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A computer-generated image of the plans

Almost full steam ahead for Londonderry railway station revamp

Translink has declared itself “delighted” that councillors on the Derry City and Strabane local authority have approved proposals to redevelop the train station for the city.

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An artist's impression of how the proposed new transport hub will look

£27m Waterside transport hub approved

The decision by Derry City and Strabane District Council to give planning approval to a £27million plan to redevelop the former Waterside train station as a transport hub has met with a mixed response.

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NI Railways to increase crackdown on anti-social behaviour

NI Railways will be increasing security on its services and at stations across the network in the run up to and over Easter 2018, it has emerged.
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The Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council Joan Baird pictured with sponsors and Johnston Press Staff at the Launch of the People of the Year Awards 2018 INCR10-18 001BW

Who will be the People of the Year?

The countdown is on to find the winners of the inaugural Causeway Coast and Glens People of the Year Awards.

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Ballintoy Harbour, Co. Antrim. (Photo: Tourism NI)

POLL: What's your opinion on tourist parking charges on the North Coast?

The dilemma over parking charges at tourist hot-spots on the North Coast is proving controversial for Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

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The new parking regulations will be enforced from March 5, 2018.

New car removal and clamping regulations start today

Drivers who park illegally in urban clearways and bus lanes on the main arterial routes into and out of Belfast may have their vehicles removed and clamped.

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Chef Rachel Allen will be attending the Legenderry Food Festival.

Chef Rachel Allen looking forward to Legenderry Food Festival

Celebrity chef Rachel Allen has said she is delighted to be attending this year’s Legenderry Food Festival.

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Eller Girls' Choir, Estonia, winners of the City of Derry International Choir Festival 2017 (Image by Lorcan Doherty Photography)

Applications open for city’s sixth International Choir Festival

Applications are now open for the sixth City of Derry International Choir Festival, which takes place on October.

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Snow has affected various parts of Northern Ireland this week

Slow thaw expected as Beast from the East loosens grip

Temperatures are set to rise slightly over the coming days following a week of sub-zero conditions and snow storms which are continuing to impact across parts of Northern Ireland.

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The damage to the Ballynameen Bridge caused by last August's flooding

Claudy bridge contract won

County Londonderry firm FP McCann has been appointed to carry out the repairs to the Ballynameen Bridge in Claudy, damaged by last August’s floods.

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Blow to local economy as Toys R Us closing down sale gathers pace

Blow to local economy as Toys R Us closing down sale gathers pace

Toys R Us at the Crescent Link is further slashing prices in their closing down sale with a further 20 percent cut on top of 60 percent previously

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A truck passes a Brexit billboard in Jonesborough, Co. Armagh, on the northern side of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, as Prime Minister Theresa May has said keeping the common travel area between the UK and Republic of Ireland will be a priority in EU divorce talks. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday January 17, 2017. See PA story POLITICS Brexit Ireland. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

EC proposal an ‘attack on integrity of the UK’

Ulster Unionist councillor Alderman Derek Hussey says the European Commission proposals regarding their Draft Withdrawal Agreement are an attack on the constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom.

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City of Derry Airport.

Edinburgh connection to replace Glasgow

City of Derry Airport has confirmed that a new Londonderry-to-Edinburgh route will replace the axed Ryanair Glasgow flight later this year.

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Ryanair is calling time on its route between Londonderry and Glasgow.

Ryanair calls time on NI to Glasgow route

Irish low-cost airline, Ryanair, has announced that come October it will no longer operate a service between Londonderry and Glasgow.
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IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Over 150,000 car parking and bus lane fines were dished out across Northern Ireland in 2017 and today we reveal Northern Ireland’s top 20 hotspots.

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An artist's impression of the �20m, 18-storey building along Queen's Quay in Londonderry, which is subject to negotiations with the relevant authorities.

£45m venture to spearhead Londonderry renaissance

Plans to invest £45m in a portfolio of major developments including new and existing hotels in Londonderry have been revealed by the Garvan O’Doherty Group.

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