Belfast corporate communications firm Lanyon Communications has announced the appointment of business journalist David Elliott as Senior Client Director. In its third new hire in the past three months, the former editor of Ulster Business magazine has joined the firm at the start
P&O Ferries carried the highest volume of freight traffic on its Larne-Cairnryan service in six years in 2017. The ferry and logistics company, which operates the shortest and most frequent crossings between Northern Ireland and mainland Britain, carried
Titanic Belfast is recruiting for 70 frontline staff as it gears up for another bumper year. Following a record-breaking 2017, having won the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction and experienced its busiest year, month and day to date; this recruitment drive is
Vita Liberata, the international skincare and self-tan brand founded by Co., Antrim native Alyson Hogg, has been acquired by US based Crown Laboratories Inc., a fully-integrated speciality pharmaceutical company focused in dermatology with the backing of New York private investment firm Hildred Capital
Six top local science students, and their schools, have been recognised for their excellence through awards set up in memory of two of Northern Ireland’s most famous and forward thinking scientists – the Hans Sloane Medal and the Sloane McClay Award.
Belfast International Airport says an average of 16,000 passengers passed through Northern Ireland’s principal airport every day last year, delivering a record performance of 5.844 million. The busiest day in the 65-year history of the airport was the
Northern Ireland’s only ‘Red Dress Run’ is set to return for the second year to Stormont Estate this February. Chris Henry, local and international rugby player joined in on the launch alongside Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke to encourage the public to
Southern Regional College (SRC) has submitted plans for a new state-of-the-art campus in Craigavon. The move paves the way for a £45 million investment and the creation of hundreds of jobs and apprenticeship training opportunities in the region.
Ulster Bank has become the first bank in Northern Ireland to offer a dedicated sign language interpreted banking service for deaf customers. The new feature, available to support telephone and branch banking, makes it possible for a customer to communicate with people in
A memorial service celebrating the life of Sir William Hastings will take place on Friday, 5th January, at Belfast’s St. Anne’s Cathedral, starting at 3.00 pm. Sir William, Founder of the Hastings Hotels Group and one of Northern Ireland’s most prominent businessmen, passed away in