Belfast’s newest hotel, the Hampton by Hilton, has opened its doors for business. The nine-story, 178-bedroom hotel is located just off Great Victoria Street in Belfast city centre and is the first Hampton by Hilton to open in the island of Ireland.
Ulster Bank staff across Northern Ireland have raised £105,227 for locally based depression charity, AWARE. The team from AWARE joined bank staff at a special celebratory event hosted by AWARE ambassador Lynda Bryans, which included a special facebook
Newtownabbey based Environmental Street Furniture (ESF) has announced the opening of their first office in the United States of America. Simultaneously, the company’s Stellar Solar Smart Bench was launched in New York City by Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, as part of the Smart
Leading local businesswoman, Judith Totten, who was recently announced as a recipient of an MBE, is to join the board of Serious PR. Ms Totten who is founder and Managing Director of Upstream and a board
The Grant Thornton Runway Run was a runaway success for the 600 participants who completed the 5k team race on the runway of George Best Belfast City Airport shortly after 11pm on a Thursday night in late June.
Belfast Harbour marked a new milestone in its £275 million City Quays development when it officially launched (21 June) the new AC Hotel Belfast. Representing a £26 million investment by Belfast Harbour, the 188-room AC Hotel Belfast, which
Wilsons Auctions, the UK and Ireland’s largest independent auction company, has been awarded a contract with an estimated value of £1 million, to manage the disposal of various items of property/surplus assets on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Service.
Southern Regional College’s new £35 million campus in Armagh has been recognised with a global award – just weeks after securing regional and UK-wide awards for its innovative approach to procurement and project delivery. SRC’s Armagh campus was
easyJet has welcomed the arrival of a third A320 aircraft – the sixth aircraft to be positioned at the airline’s Northern Ireland base. The 186-seat aircraft will remain based in Belfast throughout the year and joins three 156-seat
Simon Skinner, Customer Protection Manager at Ulster Bank, has been awarded a prestigious ‘Hero Award’ by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI). The award was presented during a special ceremony in London on Wednesday June 20 and recognises