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Hargey Launches £10m Jobs and Skills Fund

A new £10million scheme has been launched by Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey to support a range of sectors in their recovery from the impact of the pandemic, it has been confirmed. The Covid Recovery Programme…







St George’s Market named Best Slow Food Market in NI

Belfast’s award-winning St George’s Market has picked up another accolade – Best Slow Food Market in NI. Presented by Slow Food NI representative and well-known chef and cookery presenter, Paula McIntyre, this prestigious award, decided…





Aggravated Burglary In West Belfast

Detectives in west Belfast are appealing for witnesses and information following a burglary on Saturday 22 January. Detective Inspector Corrigan said: “Between 6.45pm and 7.05pm four males entered a house in the Oranmore Street area…


Let There Be Enlightenment – Linen Hall Library

The inaugural Linen Hall Library Enlightenment Festival is to launch on February 1st to 5th in a special creative collaboration with two of the world’s most highly acclaimed artistic producers in international multi-arts festivals and…





Local Community Groups Get A Funding Boost

LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUPS GET A FUNDING BOOST Crossfire Trust, Cruse Bereavement Support and The Now Project get a share of a £10k grant fund from Boost Drinks Boost Drinks, the owner of Northern Ireland’s largest…
















International Travel Rules Update

The Department of Health has confirmed that a number of travel rules previously introduced to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant will be removed. From 4am on Friday 7 January, fully vaccinated passengers and…