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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Derry-Londonderry Business Awards 2014: In pictures

The awards recognise, reward and celebrate the outstanding achievements of local business men and women - and their employees - during the last year.

Jacinta Kearns and Charlene Shongo, pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics
Jacinta Kearns and Charlene Shongo, pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics
Alderman Maurice Devenny, the Mayor, Councillor Brenda Stevenson and Karen Henderson, pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics
Alderman Maurice Devenny, the Mayor, Councillor Brenda Stevenson and Karen Henderson, pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics
Siobhan McDonald,  Aisling Jordan, Catherine Burke, Fergal Rafferty, Aoife Whoriskey, Danielle McDaid, Caroline Green pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics
Siobhan McDonald, Aisling Jordan, Catherine Burke, Fergal Rafferty, Aoife Whoriskey, Danielle McDaid, Caroline Green pictured at the 2014 Londonderry Chamber of Commerce / City Centre Initiative, Derry-Londonderry Business Awards in the City Hotel. Picture Martin McKeown, Inpresspics

 

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