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Stendhal Festival set to attract up to 6,000

The organisers of the Stendhal Festival of Art in Limavady say they are hoping this year’s festival will be the largest ever with up to 6,000 people 
expected to attend.

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Scarlett Moffatt will present the new series of Streetmate

New series of Streetmate wants Derry singletons to apply

The producers behind the new series of Streetmate are looking for applicants from Derry to feature on the classic Channel 4 dating show.

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Municipal Area Mayor for  Inishowen, Cllr. Bernard McGuinness  who launched the 2017 Earagail Arts Festival press conference pictured in Malin Town with special guests , The Henry Girls,  Karen, Lorna and Joleen pictured with representatives from Innishowen Motors , Sponsors for the event , Shaun Henry McLaughlin and Pauric Kelly. Pictured with festival director Paul Brown Photo Brian McDaid

Henry Girls launch Earagail Arts Festival programme in Malin

Talented Inishowen trio The Henry Girls led the Earagail Arts Festival team at the launch the programme in Malin Town and two other Donegal locations.

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Jacqui Diamond, Derry Journal, Paul McLean, A McLean Bookmakers, Mayor of Derry and Strabane Colr Maol�osa McHugh, Arthur Duffy, Editor Derry Journal, Francis Wilson, City of Derry Airport, Declan Doherty, Director Northlands, Michael Kelly, Johnston Press, David Burgess, Kelly Fuels, and Nuala Tracey, Northlands pictured at the recent launch of the Derry Journal People of the Year Awards in the Guildhall. The event will be held in the everglades Hotel on 7th September next.  DER23217GS061

Journal’s People of the Year Awards launched

The Derry Journal & Bet McLean People of the Year Awards have been launched at the Guildhall in Derry.

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Chief Executive of Derry City and Strabane District Council, John Kelpie, speaking at the first Community Planning consultation meeting in the Guildhall last week. (Photo Martin McKeown)

Public urged to have their say on ‘vital’ plans for Derry & Strabane

Local people are being urged to give their opinion on plans to transform lives of local citizens across Derry and Strabane between now and 2032.

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Colr. Brian Tierney. (DER0314PG016)

Local people urged to have their say on buses today

SDLP Councillor Brian Tierney has encouraged local people to attend the Translink public consultation event which will be held in Northside shopping centre today.

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One of the recent Communities United St. Patricks Day celebrations with the then Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Alderman Hilary McClintock.

‘Does Galliagh not deserve equality?’- GSCA

Greater Shantallow Community Arts has hit out over a lack of response from politicians following a 64 per cent cut to their Executive Office’s ‘Central Good Relations Fund’ grant.

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SDLP's Mark Durkan and Sinn Fein's Elisha McCallion.

Battle for Foyle: Count set to begin

There will be little sleep for politicians standing in the Westminster election tonight as attention shifted to Foyle Arena where the counts for Foyle is taking place.

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(L-R) Darren McDowell, Partner, Harbinson Mulholland, and Mary McKeown, Financial Controller, Creagh Concrete.

IN FULL: NI's top 100 owner managed and family businesses 2017

Northern Ireland’s top 100 local and family firms for 2017 have been revealed.
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One of the recent Communities United St. Patricks Day celebrations with the then Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Alderman Hilary McClintock.

Greater Shantallow Arts ‘gutted’ over huge 64% funding cut

Greater Shantallow Community Arts staff have said they are “gutted” after being informed of a 64 per cent cut in funding to the group from this year’s Executive Office’s ‘Central Good Relations Fund.’

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The Unison organised protest in Derry.

Bryson Care say they have been ‘open and transparent’ with all staff

Bryson Care have said it is committed to providing long-term employment following concerns about plans to change workers terms and conditions.

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Phil Coulter and James McClean's wife Erin McClean at the Foyle Legends bus unveiling in Guildhall Square.

Three local legends to feature on new Derry bus

James McClean, Phil Coulter and Roma Downey will feature on a new Foyle Legends bus as part of a new make-over, Translink have confirmed.

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Last year's  SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon getting underway at the Everglades Hotel, Prehen when more than 1,500 athletes took to the streets of Derry. DER2216MC044

On your marks for the Walled City Marathon

Thousands of spectators are expected to turn out tomorrow to line the route as runners from home and abroad get on their marks for the SSE Airtricty Walled City Marathon.

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Wheelie bins to be checked for food waste from now on

Wheelie bins to be checked for food waste from now on

Households across Derry have been reminded that new restrictions regarding the disposal of food waste will apply from now on.

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Pictured at the launch of the initiative are representatives from M&S Foyleside and Crescent Link, Foyle Search & Rescue, and Mayor of Derry & Strabane District Council, Alderman Hilary McClintock. (Picture Brian Thomspon Photography)

Derry chosen for pilot M&S community drive

Staff from Derry’s Marks & Spencer stores are to make over a garden for those bereaved by suicide as part of a two-year pilot project being rolled out in the city.

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People Before Profit candidate Shaun Harkin.

Economy favouring elite ‘needs to end’

Westminster People Before Profit candidate Shaun Harkin has claimed that an economic set up which favours “elites” at the expense of everyone else needs to end.

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Local people working at the 4Rs social enterprise project in Derry. (Photo - Tom Heaney, nwpresspics)

Environmental upcycling project helping young people gain skills

Dozens of young people in Derry are improving their employment prospects while doing their bit for the environment by upcycling old furniture and machinery.

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Altnagelvin Hospital.

Western Trust lays out plan for coming years

Mental health among local people has been deemed “considerably worse” than is the case across Northern Ireland as a whole.

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The Ulster University Magee campus, Derry. DER3115MC002

Magee expansion bid will have to be considered by new ministers

The Magee expansion business case will have to be decided upon by new ministers appointed once the Stormont Executive gets back up and running, government officials have said.

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