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Workspace wins first UK Chambers award
13th December 2013
Workspace Group Sustains winning streak First NI Winners in history of UK Chamber of Commerce awards   The Workspace Group continued its award winning 2013, as they became the first Northern Ireland winner of a ‘UK Chamber Award' which have been running now for a decade. The Workspace Group won the award for Sustainability, which recognises environmentally friendly busi...
Families and charity heartened by Minister’s decision
9th December 2013
The Children’s Heartbeat Trust has welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Health that agreement has been reached between officials and Dublin surgeons to provide support and surgical cover which allows congenital heart surgery to continue in Belfast, and that an all island assessment of children’s heart surgical service has been commissioned. Speaking at St...
Energy Connections NI – a chance to grow your business
2nd December 2013
Companies in the SEED council area have an opportunity later this week to increase their sales and grow their businesses at an event in Cragiavon. Energy Connections promotes supply chain opportunities for local businesses and representatives from two major renewable energy companies will be at the session. Any business located in the SEED area and from any sector is welcome to...
Healthy projects across Belfast recognised at awards
29th November 2013
The inaugural Healthy Belfast awards which were established by Belfast Healthy Cities were handed out today as part of the of the 25th anniversary celebrations of the organisation. Awards were made in 6 categories and the winners included Ligoniel Improvement Agency, Belfast Health & Social Care Trust, The Conservation Volunteers, Arts Care & Belfast City Council an...
Survey shows need to export and innovate, not export or innovate
22nd November 2013
First ever survey of business operations launched by Pathfinder If Ireland’s economy is to realise global ambitions, enterprises must export and innovate, and not limit their efforts to selling more of the same to new and existing markets – that was the message from Pathfinder as it launched Ireland’s first Business Operations survey today.  The Pathfi...
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness officially opens SSE’s £125million Slieve Kirk Wind Park
20th November 2013
SSE investing £55million into local businesses and communities from Northern Ireland’s largest wind park   Martin McGuinness MLA, Deputy First Minister, is today officially opening Northern Ireland’s largest wind farm, Slieve Kirk Wind Park, in Co. Derry-Londonderry. Developed by SSE Renewables to power Northern Ireland's second largest energy provider Ai...
NI businesses learning from supply chain experience
21st October 2013
A delegation of 20 businesses from the south east region of Northern Ireland visited Great Yarmouth this week on a knowledge transfer visit hosted by the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR). The businesses are all part of the Energy Connections NI programme which assists NI small businesses to avail of the supply chain opportunities in the renewable energy sector. The EEEGR is th...
Support for mental wellbeing vital for resilient workplaces
14th October 2013
Support for mental wellbeing in the workplace is vital if businesses and employers are to build strong and resilient workforces – that was the message as Northern Ireland Association for Mental Health (Niamh) Chief Executive Peter McBride was joined by DETI Minister Arlene Foster MLA to launch the ‘Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace’ joint ECNI initiative at Parli...
Unique album launch strikes the right chord for mental health support
10th October 2013
‘Six Strings & Stigma’ launched on Saturday 12th October. A unique musical collaboration between Derry’s best known musicians and those experiencing mental ill-health in the city culminates this Saturday with the launch of the album ‘Six Strings & Stigma’ at An Cultúrlann at 7pm. People of all ages attending the Clarendon Street Be...
Engage with Age Winter Warmers Walking group help Belfast Healthy Cities mark World Mental Health day.
Older people vulnerable to mental health problems
10th October 2013
 BELFAST HEALTHY CITIES URGES ELDERLY TO TAKE CARE OF MENTAL HEALTH   The latest WHO World Health Assembly, in May 2013, identified older people as a group with a particular risk of experiencing mental health problems, including depression and anxiety. There are many things that older people can do to maintain their own health, but there is also a role for decision makers...
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