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W5 and SSE Airtricity inspire bright sparks at St Columba’s
27th October 2016
Education at W5, powered by SSE Airtricity, brings its science and technology roadshow to St Columba’s Primary School Leading energy provider SSE Airtricity and W5, Northern Ireland’s award-winning family science and discovery centre, have come together to bring the H2OH! and Trouble with the Titanic interactive shows to St Columba’s Primary School, Straw. ...
Jasmina Cibic is winner of the MAC International Ulster Bank Prize 2016
27th October 2016
WINNER COLLECTS £20,000 PRIZE London based Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic has been announced as the winner of the 2016 MAC International Ulster Bank Prize.   The largest contemporary art competition in Ireland attracted thousands of entries from 40 countries across the world which were narrowed down to 18 shortlisted artists, most of whom were in the MAC for the anno...
New Rathcoole residents receive warm welcome at Deerfin Park
10th October 2016
The local community in Rathcoole came together today to welcome new residents at the handover of a new general needs housing development in Deerfin Park by Helm Housing for social housing. Local school children and staff from nearby Rathcoole Primary and Nursery School were on hand to take part in the planting of bushes in a small landscaped area to mark the occasion. While help...
7th October 2016
NEW NETWORKING BODY UP AND RUNNING Almost 100 businesses gathered at a Belfast hotel last Friday morning for the inaugural meeting of the new ‘Saffron Business Forum’, a new initiative designed to foster networking links among businesses of all sectors while raising funds for the development of GAA in the county. Finance Minister Máirtín Ó’Muilleoir w...
B4B delivers super fast broadband to Newry Business Park
7th October 2016
After a 5 year campaign by Newry and Mourne Enterprise Agency, small businesses located in the WIN Business Park, Newry, have finally been connected to super fast broadband through the most up to date technology, ‘Fibre to the Premsies’ in partnership with B4B Telecoms. Up to now the broadband speed in the Park was stalled at around 13 megabytes per second (mps) down...
Charlotte Church to present the MAC International Ulster Bank Prize in Belfast this month
6th October 2016
Welsh singer/songwriter Charlotte Church will be in Belfast later this month to announce the winner of the 2016 MAC International Ulster Bank Prize, the biggest contemporary art prize in Ireland. The singer turned campaigner and commentator will hand over the £20,000 prize to the winner of the Ulster Bank-sponsored competition at the MAC on October 27. This is the seco...
St Paul's take the lead on local litter
5th October 2016
Pupils at St Paul’s Primary School in west Belfast have used their voice to improve their local neighbourhood following an initiative from Belfast Healthy Cities, the World Health Organization body in Northern Ireland. Belfast Healthy Cities engaged with local school pupils across Belfast and outlined their priorities in a ‘Child Friendly Places Action Plan’ whic...
Belfast Healthy Cities report on 'Walking Belfast: Older People's Views'
3rd October 2016
A report on developing a Walking Assessment Tool for older people was launched today at the City Hall by Belfast Healthy Cities, the World Health Organization (WHO) body in Northern Ireland. The launch of ‘Walking Belfast: Older People’s Views’, which forms part of Belfast Healthy Cities’ work on Healthy Urban Environments and Age-friendly Cities, coincided wit...
21st September 2016
Third annual SSE Airtricity Scholarship launched by Economy Minister Simon Hamilton £80,000 to be provided to 20 local students £250,000 now awarded by SSE Airtricity Scholarship since 2014 SSE Airtricity, Northern Ireland’s largest renewable energy provider, has announced the opening of the 2016 SSE Airtricity Scholarship to support students from th...
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness with Moya Doherty
Moya Doherty, RTE Chair, picks up management award in Belfast
21st September 2016
Riverdance co-founder Moya Doherty recognised for outstanding contributions to business   Moya Doherty, co-founder of Riverdance and chairman of RTE, has become the first woman to be awarded the All Ireland Consultant Business Award by the Chartered Management Institute Northern Ireland Region (CMI), the Institute of Consulting Northern Ireland Region and the Institute of Ma...
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