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Zenith Networks Connecting GOD
18th March 2019
Zenith Networks, the Belfast based Information Technology company, has completed a substantial IT upgrade across the entirety of the Garvan O’Doherty Group, the leading hospitality company in the north west. Zenith Networks was engaged to review the IT requirements across all aspects of the business and implement best of breed solutions to keep the group at the top of i...
Take a different kind of pledge with WE ALL BELONG
12th March 2019
Patrons of the bars and pubs across the Derry City & Strabane District Council area will have the chance to the put their name to pledge to tackle discrimination this month by signing the WE ALL BELONG pledge. The pledge, which was launch in December 2018, and has been signed by public representatives and community groups across the council area, will now appear on beermats which w...
PLANS FOR BELFAST’S FIRST APARTHOTEL ANNOUNCED AT MIPIM
12th March 2019
Oakland Holdings has today (Tuesday,12 March) confirmed that a full planning application has now been submitted for Belfast’s first ever city centre Apart-Hotel, proposed for the junction of Queen Street and College Street. Speaking from MIPIM, the world’s largest property conference in Cannes, France, Oakland Holdings Director Gareth Graham set out details of the mu...
Women together strive for #balanceforbetter
6th March 2019
The first in a series of Peace & Reconciliation events organised by The Next Chapter, an EU PEACE IV funded project which targets women in Northern Ireland and the border regions of the Republic of Ireland to develop their ideas, build communities and support the transition out of conflict, took place today to mark International Women’s Day 2019. The event at Parliament Build...
Ministerial Advisory Group and Belfast Healthy Cities promote Healthy Places, Healthy Children resource
6th March 2019
A new teaching resource which aims to promote the links between health and environment for children at Key Stage 2 has been endorsed by the Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment (MAG). Healthy Places, Healthy Children has been designed by Belfast Healthy Cities, with the support of the Education Authority. The resource, which complements the Northern Ir...
New Radius Connect 24 service facilitates independent living and can save health service millions.
5th March 2019
New wearable technology which aims to help people continue to live independently in their own homes could save the health and social care sector in Northern Ireland £34million per year - that was the message this morning as Radius launched its new Radius Connect 24 service in Holywood, Co Down. Radius Connect 24, which provides state-of-the-art wearable pendants or watches which...
Is politics working?
20th February 2019
The leader of the Scottish National Party at Westminster declared today that "Westminster is broken!” I know that Prime Minister’s Questions in the Commons is a fraught affair, when the political temperature ratchets up anyway, and I acknowledge too that Ian Blackford is an able orator who knows how to capture a sentiment in a sentence. But I have thought about h...
School Children creating healthier and happier places
12th February 2019
Belfast Healthy Cities & Education Authority launch new Healthy Places, Healthy Children teaching resource A new teaching resource for schools that aims to promote the link between the environment and health has been launched today. The ‘Healthy Places, Healthy Children’ resource has been designed by Belfast Healthy Cities, the World Health Organization initiative...
ARE YOU READY TO ROCK RED?
6th February 2019
From schools to sports clubs, and community groups to companies, a leading local children’s charity is asking you to ROCK RED on Friday 15th February, all with the aim of raising awareness of congenital heart disease (CHD) - Northern Ireland’s most common birth defect - and much-needed funds to support the work of the charity. ROCK RED Friday, organised by Children’s...
Belfast Healthy Cities on lookout for 2019 Explorer
30th January 2019
The opportunity to visit a European destination and explore health & well-being initiatives is up for grabs again this year through the 2019 WHO Healthy City Explorer Bursary. The bursary, which is now in its sixth year, is run by Belfast Healthy Cities and is open to applicants living or working in Belfast from community, voluntary, public and business sectors. It will allow...
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