Video: £30m brewery starts production in London
A brand new brewing facility has begun production in north London.
A brand new brewing facility has begun production in north London.
The Bank of England has told banks they must put aside another £11.4bn over the next 18 months amid a lending crackdown, as it warns the economy faces a "wide range" of risks.
The European Commission has told the internet search giant that it now has 90 days to stop the practice or face a penalty of up to 5% of the average daily turnover of the firm's parent company, Alphabet.
Acclaimed south Belfast restaurant Shu is on the hunt for the best young cooks in Northern Ireland.
Formal negotiations on the terms of Brexit have begun, just less than a year after the EU referendum - so what happens now?
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has stated that the 2017 General Election Result confirms the Public's support for Brexit.
The Queen outlines the Government's legislative agenda for the next two years, including eight bills related to Brexit and its fallout.
Britain's Chancellor Philip Hammond looks rather pleased with himself after cracking a joke at George Osborne's expense when discussing private sector job growth.
After the first day of the crucial negotiations which have the potential to shape the UK's economic and political future for a generation, the Brexit secretary, David Davis, announced that talks were off to a "promising start".
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond said on Tuesday negotiations on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union had a "positive start" but warned that "it will get tougher”.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney says the UK will soon find out if Brexit will be "a gentle stroll along a smooth path to a land of cake and consumption."
Interest rates should remain unchanged while wages continue to stagnate and the impact of Brexit on the British economy is unclear, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has met with the EU's negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels to officially start Brexit negotiations.
Former Manchester United and England star Rio Ferdinand was in Belfast on Monday to announced a new partnership between BT and the Foundation which bears his name to help local young people learn the skills they need to get into work.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the UK wants to build a 'deep and special' relationship with the EU, ahead of the opening of Brexit negotiations.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has said Britain will seek "a deal that works in the best interests of all citizens" as Brexit talks get under way in Brussels.
Mackie’s employees see new era of Innovation
BT ads featuring Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds hanging from a helicopter to test the strength of the "UK's most powerful" wi-fi signal have been banned for misleading viewers.
June 15 sees the end of mobile roaming charges across the EU. You will be able to text, call and stream at no extra cost.
A new cafe and bar based on the ground floor of Belfast's latest apartment development is creating 32 new jobs as part of a £1m investment.
Brexit Secretary David Davis says Britain must be ready if it "doesn't work out," and insists Theresa May will remain as Prime Minister.
James Arthur is having a rather wonderful year. He told us how it's going and updated us on his film plans!
It is critical that Northern Ireland competes in the global digital revolution.
Translink revealed today that world-renowned musician Phil Coulter, Hollywood actress and producer Roma Downey and Premier League footballer James McClean were voted by the public to feature on the city’s first ever ‘Bus of Legends’.
The founder of Retlan Manufacturing, parent company of SDC Trailers, has received the Aer Lingus lifetime achievement accolade at the 2017 Viscount Awards.
The Brexit Secretay, David Davis, says voters have to ask themselves who they trust to steer the UK out of the EU.
The Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry has held another in it’s series of Connecting for Growth Meet the Buyer events - in partnership with the Bank of Ireland UK.
IFS director Paul Johnson says the Conservative manifesto is shorter on policy detail than Labour and the Liberal Democrats, but for the most part called it 'steady as she goes'.
Lloyds boss Antonia Horta Osorio says taxpayers' money should never again be used to save failing banks.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell gives a 'cast-iron guarantee' that Labour would not increase income tax for 95% of the population or increase VAT or national insurance at all.
Northern Ireland chef Niall McKenna has begun a new search for apprentices and voiced concern about a skills gap.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned of a consumer spending squeeze this year as inflation rises and real wages fall.
The Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry has held the latest in it's series of Danske Bank Export First private dinners.
The Belfast Telegraph Business Awards, in partnership with Ulster Bank, have taken place at a glittering ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Brexit Secretary David Davis rejects claims that Britain will have to pay a £100bn Brexit bill and says the UK is finished is paying 'vast sums of money' to the EU.
Sir Richard Branson has said a hard Brexit would be a disaster for the UK and could warrant a second referendum.
The billionaire owner of Virgin Atlantic has called for a carbon tax to be introduced to "speed up the clean fuel revolution".
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell describes the UK's slump in growth as 'shocking' and says the economy is 'on the turn'.
Chancellor Philip Hammond insists the British economy is resilient as growth drops to 0.3%.
David Davis today criticised Labour's planned Brexit negotiating tactics if it were in government saying it was wrong to have a policy where they "won't walk away" from negotiations even if the deal on offer was a bad one.
Sir Keir Starmer has said that Labour will scrap the Brexit white paper.
A US tech firm is creating 100 new jobs in Belfast.
Air New Zealand has been voted Airline of the Year four years in a row. And now they want to show off why they're so good, with a ‘try before you fly’ offer being launched in Soho.
The Chair of parliament's Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has said that he thinks EDF's sharp price hike could be the firm's attempt to preempt any price cap by the government.
As Tesco reports a 30% rise in full-year operating profits for the year 2016/17, CEO Dave Lewis says Brexit negotiations raise concerns for the business' suppliers.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has said the growing FinTech sector in the UK could promote financial stability and boost growth.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has urged UK FinTech firms to target emerging Asian markets to make the most of the "freedoms" outside the European Union.
Enda Kenny, Ireland's Prime Minister, spoke of how the country's committed to the EU and the effect of Brexit should not undermine NI talks.
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced his plans to support small business and stop the 'bias' in tax rates.
Ross Boyd announced plans for growth development at recent event which took place at the Dark Horse in Belfast on 30th March.