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Free training courses for community workers

Representatives of the Community and Voluntary sector are invited to take part in a series of free training sessions geared towards enhancing their ability to deliver a wide range of services within the local community.

Fancy a cuppa with the Mayor?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to put your feet up in the Mayor’s Parlour? Well local people will have the chance to find out over the coming weeks when a series of special Tea With The Mayor events will be taking place in Derry’s Guildhall.

Scottish culture celebrated at An Cultúrlann

There was a great gathering on Friday at An Cultúrlann for a celebration of all things Scottish, where historical links with our Celtic neighbours were marked in fine style with a ‘Not So Serious Burns Night’ celebration staged by Derry City Council’s Community Relations Team in partnership with James Kee and local Ulster-Scots performers.

Take a creative approach to business during Enterprise Week

Enterprise Week 2015 is fast approaching and this year in addition to the more traditional business oriented events, the programme will offer local creative thinkers the opportunity to find out more about how they can turn their creativity into a business asset.

Council to provide transport to Holocaust Memorial event

A survivor of one of the most tragic events in our living history, the Holocaust, will be giving her compelling account of her family’s experiences at a special event taking place in February to mark Holocaust Memorial Week.

Free advice clinics for community and voluntary sectors

Community and voluntary groups in Derry and Strabane areas are being encouraged to attend a series of free information clinics to make them aware of new legislation relating to charity law.

Big Screen goes live again in Waterloo Place

The Big Screen, currently located in Waterloo Place, was re-launched this week after being off line for a short period.

Fantastic turnout for Team Joe event

The Mayor of Derry Councillor Brenda Stevenson joined friends and colleagues of former Derry City Council employee Joe McDaid, who turned out in force on Wednesday evening for a special walk to raise vital funds to assist in the adaptation of his home since his development of Motor Neurone Disease.

New improved Guildhall celebrates raft of awards

It’s Derry’s most iconic building, and since it underwent a major facelift completed in 2013, the Guildhall has been scooping up the awards in a number of prestigious regional and national architectural and construction competitions.

Mayor welcomes NW jobs announcement

The Mayor of Derry, Councillor Brenda Stevenson has warmly welcomed the Enterprise Minister’s announcement today that seven local companies are making a joint investment of almost £3million in 65 new jobs for the region.

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