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Mayor welcomes Seagate investment announcement

The Mayor of Derry, Councillor Brenda Stevenson, has warmly welcomed the announcement yesterday that Seagate Technology is to further build on its investment in the city by carrying out a £34.7million research and development project at the Derry plant.

Rejuvenating Derry’s fashion and textile industry

A radical transformation is taking place in one of Derry’s oldest buildings with the finishing touches now underway in the city’s new Fashion and Textile Design Hub.

Walls to awaken for Hallowe’en fantasy performance

They’re the oldest unbroken ramparts in Europe and have stood witness to over 400 years of Derry’s fascinating history, and this Hallowe’en the city’s walls will become a stage for a fiery production of fantasy and mythical mischief.

Museum to pay tribute to top Derry tenor

Music enthusiasts will be flocking to a special new exhibition featuring memorabilia highlighting the life and work of popular Derry singer and musician Michael O’Duffy, once known as ‘Ireland’s Ambassador of Song’.


As part of the Faughan Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme, RAPID  are offering an  exciting new heritage training opportunity for local community representatives, volunteers or local people interested in the natural and built heritage of rural Derry and the  Faughan Valley.

Hemingway among designer dream team at Fashion Fest

One of the UK’s leading designers and innovators this week urged leading lights in the local fashion industry to make the most of Derry’s historic links with the textile industry as the perfect foundation for establishing the city’s place on the fashion map.

Mayor looks forward to musical extravaganza at Choral Festival

The Mayor of Derry, Councillor Brenda Stevenson, has said she is looking forward to five days of outstanding musical performances as the second International Choral Festival gets underway.

Teachers complete special outdoor teaching programme

Three local teachers have been awarded with a special qualification that enables them to take pupils into a forest environment on a regular basis in order to teach many different aspects of the school curriculum.

Derry City Council achieves top Health and Safety standard
Derry City Council has become the first council in Northern Ireland to achieve the OHSAS 18001 standard in the area of Health and Safety management across its three council directorates. The OHSAS 18001 standard is internationally accepted as a method of assessing and auditing occupational health and safety management system and is based on the most stringent legislation.

Siege Museum a step closer as construction work begins

The construction phase of The Siege Museum and Shared Space Visitors Centre in Derry~Londonderry was launched on Friday, October 17.

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