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Learning what Brexit means

Posted on April 2nd, 2018 · Posted in Derry Journal, Holywell Trust

We have learnt a lot more about the practical impacts of Brexit in the last month.  News is emerging of many European businesses changing their supply chains, sourcing goods from.. read more

The Brexit impact

Posted on February 19th, 2018 · Posted in Derry Journal, Holywell Trust

Walk around Derry city centre and it seems as if it is constantly changing.  On the positive side, a new hotel is being built, another recently opened and some of.. read more

All things to all people? – The first Brexit blog for the Holywell Trust

Posted on January 2nd, 2018 · Posted in Derry Journal, Holywell Trust

Exactly what did the just signed Brexit agreement between the UK government and the European Union actually mean?  Quite simply, it depends who you ask.   Continued on Derry Journal.. read more

Children need to be listened to

Posted on August 30th, 2016 · Posted in Derry Journal

The abuse of children is one of the most awful cruelties imaginable.  Yet it is commonplace.  An astonishing 50,000 children have been identified as having been sexually abused in England.. read more

Derry’s airport – is it really for sale?: Derry Journal

Posted on December 29th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

  Valerie Watts has hit the city council like a hurricane. The incoming chief executive has caused a stir, for the most part, by saying little more than the obvious… read more

Buying one hospital for the price of two: Derry Journal

Posted on November 7th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

  Altnagelvin’s new £18m Laboratory and Pharmacy Services Centre is universally welcomed as an excellent replacement for poor quality facilities that were inefficiently spread across various buildings at the hospital.. read more

Where now for Derry’s airport?: Derry Journal

Posted on August 5th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

  A Personal View   Where now for the airport?   By Paul Gosling   Derry City Council is commissioning a master plan for the development of land at the.. read more

Time for PSNI to re-evaluate progress: Derry Journal

Posted on July 11th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

A personal view   by Paul Gosling   It looks as if we will not have too long to wait before policing and justice are devolved to the Northern Ireland.. read more

A journey into Derry’s future: Derry Journal

Posted on June 20th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

A Personal View   by Paul Gosling   It is 2020 and we are taking a walk around Ireland’s most fabulous heritage city – Derry. What do we see?  .. read more

River deep: Derry Journal

Posted on June 20th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

    River deep   by Paul Gosling   Visionary or short-sighted? McCormick Properties’ plans for developing over the city’s main artery, the Foyle, have divided people. Yes, we need.. read more

Why Derry needs Ilex

Posted on April 25th, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

Paul Gosling responds to calls for Derry’s urban regeneration company to be scrapped. On a recent trip to Leicester, I was taken to the top of the council offices to.. read more