Athletes from around the globe descended on Derry to take part in the O’Neills Walled City Marathon 2019 in June.
O’Neills Foyle Cup returns to the city in July, with around 1,500 matches set to take place.
Derry’s world-famous Halloween celebrations have been named Best International Event Experience at the Northern Ireland Tourism Awards.
An exciting programme of events is underway to mark the 400th anniversary of the completion of Derry’s Walls.
From the late 1600s, in the age of the sailing ships, to the onset of the Second World War in 1939, when the last transatlantic steamer sailed from the port, Derry was one of the principal emigration ports in Ireland.
Whether you’re based abroad and want to connect with your Irish roots, or living locally and keen to find out more about your ancestry, the Archive and Genealogy service at Derry’s Tower Museum can assist.
Financial services company FinTrU has launched a #WalledCityOnWallStreet campaign giving local talent the chance to train with its Assured Skills Academy.
A £105m government investment package has been hailed as a “significant catalyst for change and economic growth” for Derry City and Strabane District and the wider North West.
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Cllr John Boyle welcomed a delegation from Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region that was led by Vice-Governor Bao Gang and the Chinese Consul General Mme Zhang.
Two local brewing companies who travelled to the United States to meet key industry influencers have hailed the trip as a huge success.
A high-level delegation of London-based Chinese business and media groups met with the Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council and city stakeholders during a visit to Derry this week, to build on the strong working relationship that exists between the City and District and China.
North West Regional College (NWRC) has scooped two prestigious awards at the local annual Business Awards.