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Experts encourage energy efficiency through innovation
7th December 2016
Local politicians, technology and design experts, and a range of housing professionals met at Stormont to discuss fuel poverty in Northern Ireland and how new technologies can help to address this growing problem. The NI Assembly All Party Group on Housing was established to address housing issues ranging from new builds to retrofitting, and private ownership to the reclassifica...
Local Heart Children Reveal Santa Wish-list
6th December 2016
Children with heart disease from across Northern Ireland and their families attended a special Christmas party at Parliament Buildings today. The festive bash, hosted by the NI Assembly All Party Group on Congenital Heart Disease, was supported by the Children’s Heartbeat Trust and Robin Swann MLA.  The event provided the families with an opportunity to outline to ...
Shooting for the stars with Brian Cox
5th December 2016
By Maureen Coleman Renowned scientist and television presenter ProfessorBrian Cox has said he is ‘overwhelmed’ by the beauty of Belfast and how much the city has changed since he was last here as a musician in the band D:Ream. The popstar-turned-physicist visited Northern Ireland several times when he played keyboards in D:Ream during the 1990s, alongside Derry man P...
Managing Director Dominic Kearns
B4B welcome for OFCOM ruling on BT & Openrach
29th November 2016
  29 NOVEMBER 2016 LOCAL TELECOMMS PROVIDERS WELCOME OFCOM RULING ON BT & OPENREACH Belfast-based Business telecoms provider, B4B Telecoms has welcomed the OFCOM ruling which states that BT and Openreach are to be legally split, although the ruling does not immediately apply to Northern Ireland.    B4B Telecoms Managing Directo...
Art lovers flocked to the MAC
Hockney exhibition is a MAC success
23rd November 2016
 23 November 2016  Hockney Exhibition was one of the MAC’s biggest draws to date     The recent exhibition of David Hockney work at the MAC in Belfast ‘I Draw, I Do’ was one of the biggest draws to date at the gallery, which opened in 2012, attracting 25,000 visitors over the 8 weeks. One quarter of those visitors came fr...
Passengers urged to ‘bear’ gifts for children with cancer this Christmas
20th November 2016
Christmas holiday-makers and commuters passing through George Best Belfast City Airport are being urged to 'Buy a Bear' this festive season for the Children’s Cancer Unit Charity. The cuddly Teddy bears are being sold at World Duty Free in the airport for only £5 and visitors to the store are being encouraged to purchase one, which in turn will be donated to a child in Nor...
Fermanagh gin is tonic for local drinks industry
9th November 2016
Boatyard Double Gin, the first product from the Boatyard Distillery, had its international launch in Belfast’s OX Cave. Company Founder Joe McGirr says the gin makeup has been carefully fine-tuned to produce a smooth, flavourful and refreshing spirit which reflects the unique landscape and botany of the lakelands of Co. Fermanagh. Speaking at the launch, Founder and Fermanagh l...
People Friendly Neighbourhoods seminar launches Healthy Urban Planning month
8th November 2016
Belfast Healthy Cities’ seminar series kicks off in West Belfast Partnership Belfast Healthy Cities held the first in a series of seminars on Healthy Urban Planning in the West Belfast Partnership last week, with a keynote address from Etive Currie, Senior Planner from Glasgow City Council. The seminar, entitled People Friendly Neighbourhoods, looked at how smart planning a...
Community calls for action - Newcastle Supports Syria: 10th - 14th November
1st November 2016
One person can make a small difference but hundreds and even thousands working together can make a transformative difference to those most in need - that was the message today as Newcastle became the first town in Northern Ireland to dedicate itself to an entire weekend of charitable fundraising activities to help those in need living in Syria. ‘Newcastle Supports Syria’ w...
On your marks: Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness launches fifth SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon
31st October 2016
Online registration open for 2017 marathon Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has officially launched the fifth running of the SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon, which will take place next year on Sunday 4 June 2017. The 2017 running expects to see more than 2,000 athletes make the 26.2 mile journey through the spectacular backdrops of Derry City – from the banks of...
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