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Latest news and information from Northern Ireland Tourist Board
28 July 2014

Derry~Londonderry’s historic Guildhall has welcomed a phenomenal number of visitors through its doors over the past year, with 370,826 people passing through the 120-year-old landmark building since June 2013.

24 July 2014

MTV has announced plans to ‘crash’ Derry’s Ebrington Square and stage this year’s second MTV Crashes live music event in late September.
MTV Crashes Derry - Londonderry will be staged in collaboration with Derry City Council in front of 10,000 people. Thousands of tickets for the event, which will feature a selection of stand-out performances, will be released on August 9.

23 July 2014

A Derry~Londonderry hotel has been named as the only business in Northern Ireland to be in the running for one of this year's coveted Green Tourism Goldstar Awards.

The City Hotel, Derry has been nominated for the title of Best Hotel and is among 60 UK finalists drawn from a total of more than 2,400 contenders whittled down to make the list of nominations for 13 categories.

22 July 2014

As part of the Armagh Bramley Development Programme being spearheaded by Armagh City & District Council, a ‘Meet the Buyer’ event is being held at Armagh City Hotel on Wednesday 30th July, from 2.00pm until 4.30pm.

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