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  1. Apple named UK's best place to work

    Apple named UK's best place to work

    TECH giant Apple has been named the best company to work for in the UK, with staff praising an "enjoyable" work culture, good rates of pay and free or discounted goods.

  2. Cover your family in case you can't ‘bring home the bacon'

    Cover your family in case you can't ‘bring home the bacon'

    Here's a question for you: do you like bacon? Even if you don't, would you be able to ‘bring home the bacon' to pay your family bills if you couldn't work? The average UK employee has enough savings to keep the household for 32 days, if they stopped earning.

  3. Why such noisy markets?

    Why such noisy markets?

    IN the wake of stock market volatility, Donald Trump announces that his biggest threat is the Federal Reserve.

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  1. Richard Cooper shines at Sunflower Trophy races

    Richard Cooper shines at Sunflower Trophy races

    Nottingham's Richard Cooper was crowned the King of Bishopscourt at the weekend when the Buildbase Suzuki rider notched up a hat-trick of Superbike Race wins at the coveted Sunflower Trophy Races.

Opinion

  1. Church break-in abhorrent

    BURGLARS broke into a church and a restaurant in the same Co Tyrone town at the weekend, stealing cash registers and causing damage to both buildings in the process sometime between late Saturday and early Sunday.

  2. Heartening to see that right to life transcends all our differences

    On October 6 in Derry’s Guildhall Square people from across the north, from diverse religious and political backgrounds and none, stood together, proudly celebrating the legacy of the Civil Rights movement, and asserting that without the right to life, all other rights are meaningless.

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