Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell today announced Metaverse Mod Squad - a global provider of managed digital engagement services - is establishing an operations centre in Londonderry, creating 100 new jobs.
School children from 10 schools around the city took part in the planting of precinct planters that will be displayed along the quay at the Foyle Marina over the summer months as part of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Plants Ahoy Scheme that will form part of the Pride in our City/Community Initiative.
Following the success of the first two editions of the City of Derry International Choral Festival, it returns again this October 21st -25th with the most impressive line-up to date of international choirs from throughout Europe and beyond.
Local companies will be flocking to the North West Regional College this week to hear how the latest digital technologies can enhance their business prospects, with the launch of the Digital Derry conference.
World Book Award winner Emmett McCourt celebrated his international achievement today with local partners and city representatives at a homecoming reception hosted by Guildhall Press & Creggan Enterprises.
Thousands of electronic music fans are expected to arrive in Derry next week for Ireland’s premier electronic music festival, Celtronic 2015.
Two local heroes from Derry-Londonderry are joining the Derry~Londonderry~Doire crew after being awarded bursary places for their work in the community.
24 individuals from migrant and minority ethnic backgrounds celebrated their achievement of Level 2 Award in Food Safety on Saturday in an initiative by Derry City and Strabane District Council’s NW Black and Minority Ethnic Forum.
It is time to celebrate the Faughan Valley and local volunteers, schools, community groups and politicians came together to do just that on the 17th June at St. Patrick’s Old Church, Claudy.
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Cllr Elisha McCallion opened two Books of Condolence at the Guildhall in Derry and the Council Offices in Strabane following the tragic death earlier this week of five Irish students in Berkeley in the United States.