Volunteers used to staff libraries
Most Read in this section
- Victoria's Secret opens first shop on island of Ireland
- Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce President’s Banquet at Titanic Belfast
- CIM Ireland Marketing Excellence Awards - Match for Michaela is People's Choice
- Dozing Northern Ireland needs an economic wake-up call
- Moy Park to join Coca-Cola, McDonalds and Sony at 2014 World Cup in Brazil
- Cyber Monday: UK ready for busiest online shopping day in history
- Three new restaurants set to open in Belfast city centre
- Merger of TODD Architects and McAlister Armstrong & Partners aimed at take-off for aviation business
- Auditors did no 'due diligence' on deal that broke Co-op
- 'Help To Buy' home scheme boost for builders
Business Opinion: Finally, a plan to get Northern Ireland's refuseniks back to work
The idea of tackling the notoriously high level of economic inactivity in Northern Ireland is certainly ambitious. It's been the fly in the ointment of the monthly employment numbers for the Department of Enterprise Trade and Investment (DETI) which releases the data, and a millstone round the neck of the Department of Employment and Learning (DEL).
John Henderson Holdins Ltd: Steady growth year on year
For the year ending on December 31, John Henderson (Holdings) is the parent company to a number of subsidiaries with a range of activities – wholesale and retail – in food distribution, mainly in Northern Ireland, but alongside extensive sales elsewhere.
Help & Advice
Shortage of mentors hampers recovery of the Northern Ireland economy
I came to Belfast 10 years ago on a three-month contract and was immediately hooked. The reason was simple: I had arrived in what seemed like a business utopia.