Ryanair to resume suspended Belfast to London route a month early
Ryanair is to reinstate its Belfast to London service a month early.
Ryanair is to reinstate its Belfast to London service a month early.
Bombardier was last night preparing itself for a new setback that could put thousands of its Northern Ireland workers at risk.
Northern Ireland restaurants Ox and Deane's Eipic have retained their Michelin stars in the 2018 guide.
Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire has said the fight to keep thousands of jobs in Belfast safe with the ongoing dispute between Bombardier and Boeing could be helped with the return of the Executive and Stormont institutions.
Senior managers at the Argento jewellery chain have given evidence against a former employee who claims he was dismissed for refusing to padlock a disputed gate.
A Belfast restaurateur has said he has been "subjected to a horrendous trial by social media" after his business advertised a meal deal with a sexist slogan.
Ryanair has said all 315,000 customers affected by its cancellations debacle have been informed and just over half should have new flight arrangements in place by the end of Wednesday.
Bombardier has accused rival Boeing of "hypocrisy" in their ongoing bitter dispute.
Arlene Foster and Jonathan Bell have been given special status for the inquiry into the botched Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.
Theresa May will again raise the issue of the Boeing-Bombardier dispute with US President Donald Trump saying it's vital she works to protect jobs in Northern Ireland.
A Queen's University student is pursuing a landmark legal challenge against a Belfast letting agent for levying what he believes are unfair and unjustifiable extra charges on tenants.
Letting agents in Northern Ireland are charging students fees for securing accommodation - a practice which has been outlawed in the rest of the UK.
Campaigners against a proposal to build a major power plant on the outskirts of Belfast have said Northern Ireland politicians have to shoulder some of the blame for the decision to allow the project to go ahead.
A union has claimed a bitter trade dispute between aerospace manufacturers Bombardier and Boeing could cost thousands of jobs in Belfast.
A major project which would have brought hundreds of jobs to Co Antrim is at the centre of a legal challenge against a Stormont department.
A woman has been awarded almost £12,000 after taking a disability discrimination case against a high-profile Northern Ireland car dealership.
Cheap pie chain Greggs is set to open its latest shop in Larne. Plans have been submitted to take on the site of a former bank at Main Street in the Co Antrim town.
Northern Bank now trades as Danske Bank here and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Danish bank of the same name.
A Co Down restaurant has closed its doors after just two months in operation.
At Ulster Bank, we recently launched our Boost initiative to support small business growth.
The recent heatwave boosted fashion giant Next as an 11.4% surge in online sales helped offset another steep fall across its high street stores.
Mobile operator Three has cheered rising revenues despite earnings slipping back in response to customer and investment costs.
Swiss bank Julius Baer has bucked the trend of financial firms shifting staff to the EU in the wake of Brexit by launching a large-scale expansion in Britain.
The chief executive of the London Stock Exchange has defended controversial proposals that would see listing rules changed to allow companies such as oil giant Saudi Aramco to float in the capital.
Work will begin building a £18m car park later this month which will become the latest part of the City Quays development at Belfast Harbour.
Motor insurer esure has seen first half profits surge off the back of rising prices and higher demand for its products.
Over-40s are more concerned about sorting out their health than their wealth, research suggests.
Outsourcing giant Serco has insisted it remains on track for full-year expectations despite seeing half-year profits plunge by 30%.
Virgin Media's boss says Brexit "hasn't dampened our appetite to invest" as it rolls out its new 'ultrafast' broadband to more than 50,000 homes across Northern Ireland.
Aviva has reported a steep rise in first-half profits after it was boosted by its general insurance division.
Online estate agent Purplebricks has hit back at claims made in a television documentary which caused its shares to plunge.
Sofa chain DFS has snapped up rival Sofology in a £25 million deal, just weeks after it warned over profits and an uncertain economic environment.
The recent heatwave has boosted fashion giant Next as an 11.4% surge in Directory sales helped offset another steep fall across its high street stores.
The governor of the Bank of England warned that the economy will remain "sluggish" as he said Brexit is hitting households and businesses.
Reform of financial markets is vital if the UK is to become a high-investment, high-productivity, high-wage economy, a report from a think tank has suggested.
Workers would take 160 years to earn the annual salary of an average company chief executive despite a slowdown in top pay, a new report reveals.
Large numbers of baby boomers expect to work past their state pension age, according to a report urging more "ageing-friendly" employment opportunities.
The UK Government is determined to "drive down" tariffs on the sales of Scotch whisky overseas in the wake of Brexit.
The FTSE 100 fell into the red on Wednesday, weighed down by a stronger pound and a drop in Standard Chartered shares as investors lamented the bank's decision to withhold a shareholder dividend.
Details about the shape of the Government's plans for Brexit have been set out in a job advert for a new organisation to deal with trade disputes.
The UK's competition watchdog is launching an investigation into the sale of more than 200 Tesco opticians to Vision Express.
Warehouse workers at retail giant Argos are to stage a three-week strike in a dispute over redundancy arrangements.
Hospital workers, cabin crew and Bank of England staff will stage a series of protests on Thursday as part of separate campaigns over pay.
Apple made its biggest jump in six months on Wednesday, helping send the Dow Jones industrial average above 22,000 points for the first time.
German carmakers have committed to fitting more than five million diesel cars in the country with updated software to reduce harmful emissions and to finance incentives for drivers to trade in older models, the transport minister said.
Banking group Standard Chartered has cheered an "encouraging" start to 2017 after posting a 93% leap in half-year profits as restructuring efforts pay off.
Progress in tackling youth unemployment has "ground to a halt", with an increase in the numbers not in education, employment or training (NEET) for over a year, a report claims.
Investors in Rio Tinto are in line for a cash windfall after surging iron ore prices helped the mining giant dig out a hefty jump in profits.
A coach company is planning to create 80 jobs as it reveals a new three-year partnership with the Odyssey in Belfast.
Little Wing Pizzeria has completed an investment of £250,000 in its latest restaurant in Lisburn, creating 20 new jobs.