Homebuilder Hagan Homes has ramped up its corporate social responsibility activity by pledging £27,000 to fund the first year’s salary for a new Harmoni project manager. Harmoni is a local charity which has been helping people experiencing homelessness for the last 140 years.
Belfast City Council has approved plans to develop a state-of-the-art aquarium in Titanic Quarter, Belfast. The decision to approve the £12 million reefLIVE aquarium was made at last night’s (02 September) planning committee meeting, allowing the company to set sail on
Ulster Bank has partnered with three leading organisations to promote female entrepreneurship and encourage more women to think about starting their own business. Young Enterprise, Ulster University and Blick Shared Studios have been awarded a grant of £20,000
The Slieve Donard Resort has announced the completion of a £550,000 renovation of its award-winning spa. The investment programme, which started in January, includes the introduction of a double-treatment room, a private relaxation room for small groups and
Hospitality Ulster has called on the NI Executive to throw the industry a lifeline of urgent financial support if it cannot provide a date for the reopening of traditional non-food pubs. This call follows the decision last week to postpone the
Retail NI has called on the NI Executive to actively encourage the safe return of office workers to their city centre workplaces. The call follows Belfast Chamber’s survey which shows that only 5% of office staff have so far returned to their desks.
Northern Ireland’s largest independent travel agency, Oasis Travel, says that its summer bookings for 2021 are up 25% next year as a result of holiday makers rescheduling rather than cancelling their plans due to the coronavirus pandemic. The
Torax Biosciences, a leading Northern Ireland life sciences and biomedical company, has launched a revolutionary new, clinically approved hand sanitiser proven to kill 99.99% of bacteria and viruses . ToraSan is a locally produced sanitiser formulated and developed
A revolutionary green energy project by Cookstown company Colloide Engineering systems in conjunction with Ramboll, Cullinan Studios London and McGurk Architects Magherafelt is in the running for three prestigious architecture awards. Bunhill 2 Energy Centre was commissioned by
SHU; one of Belfast’s most popular and long-established restaurants has undertaken a £1million investment program to refit, expand, rebrand and relaunch to celebrate its 20-year history. The multi-award-winning eatery originally opened in October 2000, and since lockdown, the