Business

Business

Growth masterclass on the menu in Banbridge

It’s going to be business combined with pleasure at the award-winning Belmont House Hotel in Banbridge on September 26, as the four-star venue launches its recently refurbished facilities with an exclusive personal development business masterclass.

Business
Health and Social Care students from Banbridge Campus celebrating at the SRC Higher Education Graduation. L-R: Katie-Jane Long, Danielle McAleenan, Paula Gilbert, Caroline Wilson and Laura Russell

SWRC celebrates graduate success

Southern Regional College’s Higher Education graduates recently celebrated their success with family, friends and College staff at the annual Graduation Ceremony held at the Armagh City Hotel.

Business
Pictured are brothers Edward (left) and Colin Fearon (right) with Philip McNeill, Business Development Manager at Ulster Bank.

Tricam Caravans takeover success

Two brothers, Colin and Edward Fearon, have announced the takeover of a leading local caravan and touring vehicle sales business, with funding facilities provided by Ulster Bank.

Business
Councillor Frances Burton, the new President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association

Cllr Burton selected as New NILGA President

The new President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) has called for Northern Ireland’s councils to be offered access to the £60m Brexit Support Fund, with similar funding being available to local authorities in England, Scotland and Wales.

Business
Lord Mayor, Councillor Mealla Campbell Shakes up Summer at the Orchard Leisure Centre with pupils from Armstrong Primary School at the launch of the �1 Junior Swim which runs across the borough throughout the summer

Don’t miss, £1 junior swim

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council are continuing to Shake up Summer for kids with the return of the £1 Junior Swim offer at leisure centres across the borough.

Business
Mark Tumelty (right), branch manager of Ulster Bank in Lisburn, celebrates the charity campaign success along with (l-r) Q Radio's Cate Conway, Joanne Young (Macmillan). Henry Hippo and Michelle Byrne from AWARE.

Mark celebrates charity target

Dromore man Mark Tumelty, has joined Ulster Bank staff in raising a staggering £127,932 for locally based depression charity, AWARE and Macmillan Cancer Support.

Business
Load more