The public are advised that there will be a slight delay to the planned opening of the new-look Pennyburn Recycling Centre, as final checks take place at the state of the art new facility.
The world’s youngest professional hypnotist, Dale Thomas, will be mesmerising audiences at the Alley Theatre at the end of the month when he brings his new Eat, Sleep, Mind, and Repeat! Tour to Strabane.
A cutting edge Derry business has taken cosmopolitan dining to new heights with the opening of a new Fairtrade Brew Bar in a stunning prime location along the city’s riverfront.
They say everything stops for tea – but it was all go at the Guildhall today as the Mayor’s Vintage Tea Dance got into full swing.
Dublin, 22 April 2016 Cities and Counties from the USA and Ireland gather tomorrow (April21st -24th) in Croke Park. The Summit, the first of its kind in the world will identify projects and actions that cities can take together to improve business, education and social justice.
Fishing enthusiasts across the North West region are in for a real treat when one of the top angling fairs comes to Strabane later this month.
Representatives from Derry City and Strabane District Council attended a meeting of the Cool Route project partners in Glasgow last week to get an update on the initiative and to discuss the way forward in terms of maximising the potential of the sailing sector across all regions in Ireland and the UK.
Following the success of the DVD Drama Resource “A Costly Subject” the Top Ten Women’s Drama Group is proud to present the project as a play in the Guildhall now to be hosted by the Mayor Councillor Elisha McCallion.
This weekend marks the 71st anniversary of the U boat surrender at Lisahally – a local event of significant international importance and major turning point of the Second World War, and to commemorate the event a series of events have been organised by Derry City and Strabane District Council.
One of Northern Ireland’s favourite family-owned hotels, the Beech Hill Country House Hotel, will be the venue for a series of guest lectures this summer, aiming to increase our understanding of the story of the Irish Country House.