Hagan Homes, one of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders, is on track to complete a major refurbishment of 24 homes in Portrush (Dhu Varren Park, Portrush BT56 8SZ) in a £3.25 million development by the end of this year. Hagan Homes purchased
Retail NI, the business organisation representing the independent retail and wholesale sector in Northern Ireland, has released fresh research which shows how Northern Ireland consumers are shopping on their local high streets and town centres. The research comes
Henderson Foodservice has been shortlisted in two categories in this year’s prestigious Grocer Gold Awards. The Mallusk based food supplier is a finalist in the Employer of the Year and Wholesaler of the Year categories and is competing for the coveted titles against
Freshly Chopped, Ireland’s leading and original healthy fast food retailer, has today announced a strategic partnership with Mount Charles, Ireland’s largest indigenous food service and business support services provider. The deal sees Mount Charles take an exclusive area development contract to
James Street South owner and award-winning chef Niall McKenna is to open a new cookery school in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter later this year. The leading chef, restaurateur and entrepreneur has confirmed that his James Street South Group has
Henderson Group, owners of the SPAR, EUROSPAR and ViVO brands in Northern Ireland, has announced the local in-store fundraising and online donations have helped Tearfund reach a total of over £678,000 for the recent Change for Life campaign.
One of Northern Ireland’s most respected PR and marketing communications agencies has announced a £400,000 investment following a period of continued growth. Lighthouse Communications, which employs 10 people and is retained by many of Northern Ireland’s leading companies, has purchased and
One of Northern Ireland’s leading estate agencies, Simon Brien Residential, has relocated and opened a new 1,500 sq ft office in East Belfast following an investment of more than £500,000 in the business over last twelve months.
STEM graduates are crucial to the continued development and competiveness of NI’s econonmy, a leading industry figure has claimed. Speaking at the RDS Primary Science Fair, held in Belfast, Karen Sheeran of the RDS said: “STEM graduates are crucial to the
Translink and Iarnród Éireann has launched an ambitious new strategic development plan for the Cross-border Enterprise Rail Service between Belfast and Dublin. Called ‘Better Connecting Dublin and Belfast’, the strategy sets out a road map of how both companies jointly plan to further