Tuesday 25 July 2017
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Plans to turn this former Belfast church into a bar have been approved
Wetherspoon's £2m Methodist church plan gets approval Pub giant JD Wetherspoon has won the go-ahead for its £2m project to transform a former Belfast church into a bar.
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Aodh Hannon of Hannon Transport   Private firm's bid to run new bus service to Derry refused By John Mulgrew A bus company planning to run an express service between Belfast and Londonderry in a £4m investment has said it is "disappointed" at a government decision to turn it down, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.
From left: Jayne Brady, Kernel Capital Partner, Alan Foreman, B-Secur CEO, Colin Anderson OBE, B-Secur Chairman and Andrew Sloane, Accelerated Digital Ventures (ADV)   New markets are just heartbeat away for Belfast firm By Staff Reporter Machines can identify us by our irises and our fingerprints - but a Belfast firm is bringing biometrics into a new age with technology identifying us by heartbeat.
Ryanair posted a 13% rise in revenue but has issued a warning (PA)   Ryanair renews Brexit warning despite £1.7bn revenue By Staff Reporters Ryanair, which flies to 12 destinations from Belfast, has posted a jump in first-quarter profits, but again warned that Brexit could cause it to ground flights and cancel holidays unless a deal with the EU is struck.
From left: Mark Reilly, Kirstie Luke, Auto Trader’s area sales manager, and Auto Trader’s David Hawksworth   Belfast Telegraph and Auto Trader to form partnership By Margaret Canning Online car marketplace Auto Trader is teaming up with the Belfast Telegraph to maximise the motoring audiences enjoyed by both.
JK Rowling among the writers whose books are stocked by Eason’s   Eason sales in NI slump by £3.5m after store closures By Rachel Martin Sales across bookstore chain Eason's nine Northern Ireland stores have plunged by €4m (£3.58m) over the last 12 months, it has emerged.
Tesco are rolling out their same-day service in Northern Ireland   Tesco same-day web delivery service from shop near you By Emma Deighan and PA Tesco is extending its same-day online grocery delivery service across Northern Ireland as it looks to compete with rivals.
Kieran Kelly at arc-net’s offices   All that’s happened to Kieran has been a training ground By Margaret Canning Many people find that their careers take an unexpected detour at some point — and for some that detour can change the course of their lives.
Northern Ireland is cheaper than most parts of the UK   NI benefits from more affordable market than rest of UK By Professor Neil Gibson, director Northern Ireland Economic Policy Centre Many aspects of economic analysis fail to enthuse the non-economist. Talk of GDP or productivity or balance of payments rarely make for engaging after dinner debate.
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