People on the move: Sharon Linton
People on the move: Martin Doherty
People on the move: Nicola Ferguson
People on the move: Hannah McKee
Appointments: Coleen O'Neill
Coleen O’Neill has been appointed as bookings co-ordinator for Flex Language Services, where she is the first point of contact for clients wanting to book interpreter or translator services.
Appointments: Barry Kelly
Barry Kelly has been appointed as the franchise services manager for Franchising NI, where he will provide indigenous businesses across Northern Ireland support in the creation of new ‘best practice’ franchise business models.
Appointments: Richard Palmer
Richard Palmer has become junior vice president of the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
Appointments: Noel Rooney
Noel Rooney has been appointed as fire risk assessor for Fire Risk NI, where he will play an integral role in business development.
Appointments: Laura Slevin
Laura Slevin has been appointed as the business development manager for Flex Language Services where she will be focusing on driving new business and maintaining existing business.
Appointments: Catherine McClelland
Appointments: Imelda McMillan
Imelda McMillan has been appointed senior vice president of the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
Appointments: Michael Robinson
Michael Robinson has become president of the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
People on the move: Kevin Gormley
People on the move: Keith Morrison
People on the move: Danny Moore
People on the move: Darren Bew
Company: CIP Insurance Brokers
People on the move: Philip Ross
Company: Diamond Electronic Systems
People on the move: James Perry
Company: Ulster Supported Employment Ltd (USEL)
People on the move: Lisa Verner
Position: Colour technician
Business Opinion: Fultons rebirth could help store reach its potential
The news that Fultons is to be re-opened under new ownership with the creation of 40 jobs is great news for the retail sector as well as for those with cherished memories of that former iconic bastion of retail glory.
Titanic Island Ltd
Titanic Island is the Northern Ireland subsidiary of Jersey-registered Titanic Investments. Titanic Island is the main property development firm on the 161 acres of land with a long lease from the Harbour Commissioners, at the Queen's Island site that was formerly used by Harland and Wolff.
Help & Advice
How best to give to charity at Christmas
Aah, Christmas. A time for giving. Or for giving all your money to various online and high-street retailers – depending on your view.