29/09/2022

The Best Things To Do In Belfast In 2022

There's a reason why the estate agents in Belfast are generally busy. People want to move to this part of the world, while the local tourist attractions are bringing in good numbers, too. A city that is steeped in history, it also has a th
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riving culture that is packed full of quaint pubs, top-notch restaurants, bustling markets, and a whole lot more.

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29 September 2022
The Best Things To Do In Belfast In 2022
There's a reason why the estate agents in Belfast are generally busy. People want to move to this part of the world, while the local tourist attractions are bringing in good numbers, too.
29 September 2022
Where To Find The Best Grub Belfast Has To Offer In 2022
From independent butchers to sports shops and accountants, there are a variety of businesses that are thriving in Belfast. When it comes to serving up a feast, Northern Ireland's capital city almost definitely has you covered also. In fact, some of the UK's best restaurants are located in the city.
29 September 2022
Poots Announces New Lough Neagh Rescue Centre
A major refurbishment project has been completed at Lough Neagh Rescue Centre at Kinnego Marina.
29 September 2022
Economy Minister Visits New UU Belfast Campus
Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has visited the newly opened final phase of Ulster University’s enhanced Belfast campus.
29 September 2022
Nursing And Midwifery Students To Benefit From Bursary Increase
Means-tested elements of bursary support for nursing and midwifery students are to be increased by 15% for the 2022/23 academic year, Health Minister Robin Swann has announced. The increase will be applied to the dependants allowance for spouse or first child; the allowance for subsequent children; and parents learning allowance.
29 September 2022
£80m Investment Significant Boost For Mid And East Antrim
Planned investment of £80m in innovation, tourism and regeneration would significantly boost the Mid and East Antrim economy and kick-start a decade of opportunity in the Borough, according to the Belfast Region City Deal Council Panel. A meeting of the Council Panel was hosted by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.
28 September 2022
£6.5m Investment To Sustain And Grow NI's Tourism Sector
Marking World Tourism Day 2022, Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has announced an investment of £6.5 million to help sustain and grow NI's tourism sector. Minister Lyons made the announcement during a visit to tourism attractions and hospitality venues in the Mid & East Antrim area.
28 September 2022
Hargey Concerned For Vulnerable People In Cost-Of-Living Crisis
Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has expressed her concern over cost-of-living pressures on households with vulnerable people including those with disabilities, pensioners and children.
28 September 2022
Poots Opens New Environment Fund
Environment Minister Edwin Poots has announced that the Strategic Strand of the Environment Fund for the delivery of key environmental projects across NI, is now open for applications.
28 September 2022
Men Arrested During Larne And Ballyclare Search Operations
Two men have been arrested during a series of search operations in the Larne and Ballyclare areas on Tuesday 27 September. Four searches were carried out by officers from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force (PCTF) assisted by the Police Service's Tactical Support Group and local district officers.