Business

Business

Award for Slimming World’s Lynn

A weight loss expert from Coleraine has won an award for the exceptional work she does helping people in the area to lose weight every week.

News
Alderman Maura Hickey Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Graham Thompson, Chief Executive of Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust at the opening of Ursa Minor in Ballycastle which is now the fourth �CONOMUS�E in the United Kingdom.PICTURE KEVIN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Ursa Minor launched in Ballycastle

Ursa Minor in Ballycastle was launched as the fourth ÉCONOMUSÉE in the United Kingdom on Thursday, April 13.

News
Stars for Rathlin Maritime Festival

Stars for Rathlin Maritime Festival

One of Ireland’s leading female musicians will top the bill at this year’s Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival.

News
Opening new doors for DR Gates

Opening new doors for DR Gates

Ballymoney-based engineering firm DR Gates and Railings are the latest business in the Causeway Coast and Glens area to successfully draw down funding from the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme.

News
The Ulster Farmers Union are encouraging people to choose local lamb this Easter for their family celebrations

Why not enjoy local lamb?

Ulster Famers’ Union Deputy President Victor Chestnutt is encouraging consumers to choose local lamb this Easter for their family celebrations.

News
Tourism Ireland in London invited writer Gabrielle Jaffe and photographer Andrew Montgomery to visit Northern Ireland last summer.

Portrush and Causeway make Lonely Planet

A major, 12-page article showcasing Northern Ireland and its superb food and innovative producers appears in the latest edition of a popular travel magazine in Great Britain, profiling the destination to more than 44,000 readers – or potential GB holidaymakers for Northern Ireland.

News
Ballymoney beauty Jessica Dunlop and The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Alderman Maura Hickey  launches the first ever Ballymoney Spring Fair as the town pulls out all the stops attract new visitors to the town. Vintage cars, family fun, mouth-watering delights, intricate crafts and traditional music are just some of the activities in store at the action packed one-day event on Saturday 15th April, organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

Ballymoney set to spring into bloom with inaugural Spring Fair

Known as the home of the legendary road racing brothers Joey and Robert Dunlop, Ballymoney is pulling out all the stops to attract new visitors to the town with its first ever Spring Fair in April.

News
Millburn Community Association Outreach Worker, Billy Ellis thanked the Housing Executive for its support, providing a �20,000 grant for the Calf Lane Kitchen Caf�.

Coleraine social enterprise secures £20K

A Coleraine social enterprise is celebrating after securing a £20,000 grant from the Housing Executive to help increase its sustainability.

News
The average price of property in Northern Ireland is on the increase.

Northern Ireland sees property price growth

The average price of a property in Northern Ireland increased by 0.6 per cent for the final quarter of 2016.

Business
Call for £12,000 to buy African wells

Call for £12,000 to buy African wells

The Drop Inn Ministries is urging the local community to help raise £12,000 to provide three water wells in Burkina Faso, Africa.

News
2020 fundraise for Autism NI

2020 fundraise for Autism NI

SKETCHES and drawings were exchanged for coffee and cupcakes during 2020 Architects recent fundraise for Autism NI.

News
‘Positive’ engagement to minimise Easter car cruise disruption in Portrush

‘Positive’ engagement to minimise Easter car cruise disruption in Portrush

Police are working in partnership with Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council to make sure the planned car cruise for Easter Sunday in Portrush causes as little disruption as possible.

Transport
The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Alderman Maura Hickey, and Destination Manager, Kerrie McGonigle pictured with some of the international travel market group at the Giants Causeway.

International tour operators visit north coast

Representatives from the international travel market have enjoyed a tour of the Causeway Coast and Glens.

News
Overseas media took part In a Game of Thrones tour of Northern Ireland, included with them at the Dark Hedges, Ballymoney, are Colette Kelly, Tourism Ireland ( front right) and Aileen O'Neill, Tourism NI (front left). Pic by Paul Nash.  INBM 16-702-CON

Game of Thrones showcased for millions of potential visitors

Millions of potential holidaymakers are to learn about Causeway Coast’s Game of Thrones® connection.

Business
Powescreen staff at an industry event in the US

Powerhouse Dungannon firm crushing it all over the world

From humble beginnings in a shed outside Coalisland, Powerscreen-Terex is now one of the world’s biggest names in crushing and screening machines.

Business
Pictured with Translink's Gemma Thompson is passenger Maura Sloan and her daughter, Tierna (age 1).

Families to enjoy ‘cheep’ travel

Translink is calling on Ballymoney families to enjoy an ‘egg-citing’ day trip to Portrush on the Easter Monday Family Train on Monday, April 17.

News
The charger has the potential to overheat.

Xbox chargers recalled due to safety fears

A range of chargers for XBOX ONE Video Game Controllers have been recalled by the manufacturer due to their potential to overheat.

Business
The �50m project at Bann Road. INBM 16-701-CON

£50m investment in province’s largest solar farm powering 14,000 homes

Northern Ireland’s largest solar farm has become operational and is delivering enough energy to power almost 14,000 homes.

Business
Ballymoney beauty Jessica Dunlop and The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Alderman Maura Hickey  launches the first ever Ballymoney Spring Fair as the town pulls out all the stops attract new visitors to the town. Vintage cars, family fun, mouth-watering delights, intricate crafts and traditional music are just some of the activities in store at the action packed one-day event on Saturday 15th April, organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

Ballymoney set to spring into bloom

Known as the home of the legendary road racing brothers Joey and Robert Dunlop, Ballymoney is pulling out all the stops to attract new visitors to the town with its first ever Spring Fair in April.

News
The former Dunluce Centre.

Surf centre, trampoline park and nine-hole golf proposal for Portrush site

Further details of proposals to convert the former Dunluce Centre into a family entertainment venue are to be revealed in Portrush next week.

Business
Load more