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Belfast Distillery Company launches new McConnell’s Sherry Cask Finish
13th May 2022
Connoisseurs, influencers and distributors from the drinks industry joined the Belfast Distillery Company team at The Dark Horse, in Commercial Court Belfast, to launch their newest blend, McConnell’s Irish Whisky Sherry Cask Finish.   Lucky guests were treated to the first pour of the latest spirit from Belfast Distillery Company, while the brand was also reintrod...
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF THE MAC
28th April 2022
The MAC is celebrating a decade of bringing art, culture and all kinds of entertainment and debate to Belfast. The award-winning organisation opened in April 2012 and has become a symbol of a new Belfast with over 2.3 million users and visitors, local and international, coming through the doors of the St Anne’s Square venue and now the MAC wants visitors to share their favourite ...
Jonny and Christina Taylor at Blank
Blank listed in Top 100 UK restaurants
26th April 2022
BLANK joins 4 others Northern Ireland restaurants in Top 100   Despite only having opened 7 months ago, Malone Road restaurant Blank has been included in a prestigious list of the Top 100 UK restaurants by Squaremeal, the highly regarded independent restaurant, bar and venue website.  Blank is joined by Balloo House, Home, Ox and Muddlers Club in ...
ELECTION CANDIDATES URGED TO MEASURE WALKING STEPS
25th April 2022
Belfast Healthy Cities, the World Health Organisation body in Northern Ireland is asking election candidates across the city to count the number of steps they take during the last two weeks of the of the campaign, and to take in their walking surroundings while canvassing for votes.    Through the BHC Election Walkability Challenge candidates are asked to ...
New Claire Barclay exhibition opens at The MAC
14th April 2022
Celebrating ten years of art at the MAC, a new exhibition by Scottish artist Claire Barclay opens at the MAC tomorrow (Friday 15th April). It is the first in the next generation of artists to showcase their work at the Belfast venue.    Claire Barclay is recognised for creating large-scale installations whose artistic practice uses a number of traditional media that inc...
New commercial lender based in Belfast
5th April 2022
NEW COMMERCIAL FUNDER ENTERS LENDING MARKET BELFAST COMMERCIAL FUNDING LENDING TO SMEs ACROSS IRELAND A major new commercial finance provider is operational in Ireland providing non-banking funding for businesses.  Belfast Commercial Funding has already made loans totalling £28m to businesses across Ireland, north and south and is the first non-bank lender t...
Stormont arts support under the spotlight at The Mac
27th March 2022
As the Assembly election campaign gathers pace, the MAC is putting the spotlight on how Stormont supports the arts in a Question Time event next Thursday which will feature all the main political parties. The event will be chaired by former journalist and screenwriter Declan Lawn and will include representatives from the Alliance Party, UUP, Sinn Fein, the SDLP and the DU...
Innovation win for Radius Connect 24 at Public Sector Transformation Awards
18th March 2022
An innovative automated health and wellbeing outbound call service has helped Radius Connect 24 win the Silver Award for Innovation at the UK Public Sector Transformation Awards at a UK wide award ceremony in London this week.   The telecare provider in partnership with tech start-up company Yokeru, has introduced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to enhance and ex...
Women in Politics and evangelical Protestantism - has there been progress in 25 years?
11th March 2022
Next weekend two seminal films exploring the role of women in political life and in the evangelical Protestant tradition in Northern Ireland will get a screening in the MAC as a prelude to panel discussions on progress and attitudes in 2022.   Women’s Work, made by Nuala Haughey and broadcast 25 years ago, examined the role of women in local politics. Dust on the Bible...
School kids hit right note to celebrate local community
9th March 2022
Children from St John’s and Killowen Primary Schools in Coleraine have come together to create a new song about looking after their wonderful community. The school children teamed up with local composer and musician Ian Hannah to write and record the song as part of a good relations programme supported by Radius Housing, and they unveiled the recording of ‘These Are ...
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