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Artist’s impressions of Angelvale’s plans for Queen’s Parade in Bangor
 
£75m Bangor revamp includes new hotel Hospitality group Beannchor has backed a plan to build a new waterside hotel in Bangor as part of a £75m regeneration of Queen's Parade.
 
 
 
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Uncertainty: Ann McGregor   Northern Ireland 'still in limbo' one year after Brexit vote By John Mulgrew Northern Ireland is none the wiser about what Brexit will look like for businesses a year after the European Union referendum, it has been claimed.
 
 
The typical annual car insurance premium is just over 15% higher than a year ago, figures show   Average car insurance premium up £90 over last year, analysis shows The average car insurance premium has surged by £90 over the last year, according to analysis.
 
 
European Parliament president Antonio Tajani says he is seeking clarity from the UK over its Brexit negotiating position   UK's Brexit stance unclear after general election, says EU Parliament president Britain's Brexit negotiating position is unclear after a general election which dealt a heavy blow to Theresa May's authority and in which the Tories lost their parliamentary majority, the president of the European Parliament said.
 
 
The Standard & Poor's 500 index edged down by 1.11 points to 2,434.50   US stock indexes hold steady as oil's dismal week eases US stock indexes have held steady after the price of oil halted its slide, at least for now.
 
 
The Bank of England's Kristin Forbes questioned the continued need for 'emergency' level interest rates   Departing Bank of England rate-setter takes swipe at Mark Carney in final speech A departing rate-setter at the Bank of England has taken a final swipe at dovish Governor Mark Carney, saying record-low interest rates are no longer justified.
 
 
Southern Rail's infrastructure was described as "unreliable" in a report   Southern, Merseyrail and Arriva Rail North workers to stage fresh strikes Workers in three rail firms are to stage a series of fresh strikes in bitter disputes over staffing and driver-only trains, threatening fresh disruption for hundreds of thousands of passengers.
 
 
 
 
 
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Commissioner Judith Thompson   Local remedies to legacy issues and unmet needs of victims must be a priority By John Simpson Every day hundreds of people living in Northern Ireland waken up to cope with serious problems, financial constraints, physical disabilities and mental incapacities which are all an inheritance of what we call the Troubles. 
 
 
By John Simpson: Resolving Northern Ireland's existence outside the EU could just be a matter of protocol Northern Ireland's has wide-ranging and important interests in the delivery of Brexit. But the election has added to the uncertainty for the local economy.
 
 
By Dan White: View from Dublin: problem loans still weighing down AIB The Irish government fired the starting gun on the sale of 25% of First Trust parent AIB, from which it hopes to raise up to €3bn (£2.6bn), last week.
 
 
 
 
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