Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

NEWS

South Belfast MP backs NSPCC mental health campaign

DUP South Belfast MP Emma Little-Pengelly showed her support for improving children’s mental health services by attending the ...
BUSINESSTECHNOLOGY

Tech start-up Modius reaches 3,000 users

Neurovalens, the Belfast based tech company behind the revolutionary health-tech wearable headset, Modius, is pleased to announce its 3,000th customer ...
AGRIMUSIC

The Waterboys, PIL and John Grant set for Bangor’s Open ...

“Bangor is an energy.” So said punk legend John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, when Open House Festival Bangor ...
EDUCATIONNEWS

Crumlin Integrated College set on future growth

After a challenging few years, Crumlin Integrated College has launched its Decade of Growth, which outlines its vision ...
BUSINESSTOURISM

Tourism boost with 117 cruise ships to arrive in Belfast ...

Details of Belfast’s 2018 cruise schedule have been released, heralding another record season for Belfast and Northern Ireland ...
BUSINESS

Newtownabbey petrolhead ‘shot blasts’ into business with Go For It programme

A former machinist from Newtownabbey has turned his hobby refurbishing old alloy wheels and bicycle frames into a shot blasting and ...
BUSINESS

Ground to Go announces first commercial partnership with Anytime Fitness

Ground Espresso Bars, Northern Ireland’s largest independently owned scaled artisan coffee chain, has announced its first ‘Ground To ...
FEATUREDHEALTH & FITNESSLIFESTYLE

Fewer NI men than women know recommended daily calorie intake

Research published by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) reveals only 44% of women and 15% of men in Northern ...
BUSINESS

Soda & Starch Pantry and Grill opens in Derry

Soda & Starch Pantry and Grill, a new restaurant located in the heart of Derry’s Craft Village, will open its ...
FASHIONLIFESTYLE

Victoria Square says ‘Thank you’ with month-Long 10th birthday bash

Northern Ireland’s leading leisure and retail destination, Victoria Square turns 10 in March and is saying thank you ...