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Gardners’ Corner gets Belfast blooming
5th June 2019
Radius Housing & Greentown Environmental host event with gardening expert Keith Crawford Green-fingered tenants of Radius Housing from across Belfast benefitted from the wisdom of gardening expert Keith Crawford at a special event at Clifton House today. The horticulturalist, who regularly appears on BBC Radio Ulster’s Gardeners’ Corner, provided tips on how to prune r...
Tenants facing benefit cliff edge
4th June 2019
NI Assembly All Party Group on Housing hears from Cliffedge NI Coalition on end of mitigations The end of welfare mitigation payment in March 2020 will have a devastating impact on 34,000 social housing tenants across Northern Ireland unless action is taken - that was the message from the Cliffedge NI Coalition to the NI Assembly All Party Group on Housing. The coalition, which...
Over half of new Away To Work office suites let
28th May 2019
Just three office suites remaining at Belfast’s newest business centre in Queen’s Quarter, University Street Over half of the office suites at Away To Work, Queen’s Quarter are now fully let just weeks after the new business centre was opened. Away To Work, based on Belfast’s historic University Street, and just minutes from Queen’s University and Bo...
Women - Champions of Peace Building
13th May 2019
Learning from the past, looking to the Future 'Full, inclusive participation of women is essential at every level of public life to ensure ongoing peace and reconciliation’ - that was the message today at the second REPRESENT Women’s Ambassadors Forum, hosted by Irish Rural Link, where more than one hundred participants of the Next Chapter project and invited guests g...
Radius Housing teaching the importance of inclusive communities
13th May 2019
Learning the importance of inclusive communities Radius Housing & Young Enterprise undertake shared education programme with local primary schools Radius Housing, in partnership with Young Enterprise, has successfully delivered the first module of a new shared education programme to school children from St. John the Baptist and Taughmonagh Primary School in Belfast. Almost 90 Pri...
Candidates sign up for a Healthier, Happier Belfast
30th April 2019
Belfast Healthy Cities publish 2019 election briefing ‘A Healthier, Happier Belfast’ Candidates standing for election to Belfast City council attended the launch of the Belfast Healthy Cities 2019 Political Briefing for A Healthier, Happier Belfast. The briefing is published as the WHO European Healthy Cities Network moves into Phase VII (2019-2024) with the overarchi...
Derry PSNI back anti-discrimination campaign 'We All Belong'
26th April 2019
Local PSNI showed their support for the anti-racism campaign ‘We ALL Belong’ as they received framed pledges to be displayed over the stations. This week Strand Road Police Station in Derry received framed copies of the We All Belong pledge which main focus is tackling prejudice and discrimination. The A4 size pledges will be displayed through the stations in Derry and Str...
The CCUC Stormont Mile
25th April 2019
Race for Reece: Run Stormont for the Children's Cancer Unit Charity Belfast boy Reece Magill joined Ireland Athlete and European medalist Ciara Mageean to launch a unique running event this Summer, in aid of the Children’s Cancer Unit Charity. The CCUC Stormont Milewill see hundreds of runners completing the distance from Parliament Buildings to the entrance of the Stormon...
Arts and Culture in the MAC spotlight
18th April 2019
Arts and culture in the spotlight at MAC Question Time  Where now for arts and culture in Belfast?      Arts & Culture took centre stage at the MAC last night, Wednesday 17th April as candidates for the forthcoming election to Belfast City Council faced a special MAC Question Time event. ‘Reaching our potential: Where now for Arts ...
Invest NI bosses will be hard act to follow
9th April 2019
Invest NI bosses will be hard act to follow  The last 8 years have seen troubled economic times for many reasons, locally and globally. In 2011 we were still in the grip of a global economic downturn which had a real local impact. The property crash was hitting hard and indigenous business growth was limited. Since then our own local version of Punch and Judy politics has ...
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