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Sunday 8 December 2019
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The George Best hotel in Belfast city centre
Delay-hit George Best hotel has £6,000 debt notice pinned to door A debt notice has been pinned to the door of the George Best Hotel site in Belfast city centre seeking payment of just over £6,000.
 
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Samson and Goliath, the giant cranes in Harland & Wolff shipyard Harland & Wolff open for business as deal is sealed By Margaret Canning InfraStrata, the new owners of Harland and Wolff, has said it's now "open for business" after taking possession of the historic shipyard in a £5.25m deal.
The former Belvoir Park Hospital in south Belfast Building work on next phase of old Belfast hospital's transformation to get under way in the summer By Caitriona McBride Developer Neptune Group has said work will start next summer on the latest phase of its work on the former Belvoir Park Hospital, bringing 150 new jobs.
A £4.5m redevelopment of a listed Georgian townhouse in Belfast has been recommended for refusal. (PA) Refusal expected for £4.5m listed Georgian townhouse conversion By Margaret Canning A £4.5m redevelopment of a listed Georgian townhouse in Belfast has been recommended for refusal.
Plan: Tourism Ireland’s Niall Gibbons Tourism body hails 'record year' for Northern Ireland and sets out fresh targets By Margaret Canning Tourism Ireland wants to grow revenue from overseas visitors to Northern Ireland by 15% to £658m by 2022.
 
 
 
Left: Paul Doyle, relationship manager at AIB (NI) with Bryan Vaughan, managing director of Vaughan Homes Developers plan 13 houses for Antrim in £3.4m project By Staff Reporter Co Antrim developers Vaughan Homes has launched a £3.4m development of 13 houses in Co Antrim.
Irish firm Wright Insurance Brokers is being sold to a UK brokerage controlled by global banking giant Goldman Sachs. (stock picture) UK group owned by Goldman Sachs set to buy Irish insurer By Donal O'Donovan Irish firm Wright Insurance Brokers is being sold to a UK brokerage controlled by global banking giant Goldman Sachs.
Ryanair is to halt flights from Belfast International to Alicante (PA) Ryanair cancels Belfast International to Alicante flights Ryanair is to cancel its route from Belfast International airport to the Spanish city of Alicante, the airline has announced.
InfraStrata moved in to rescue the ship yard after its previous owner got into financial difficulty. Harland & Wolff owner takes reins after £3.3m is paid to administrator By Margaret Canning The new owner of Harland & Wolff is to take possession of the historic shipyard today as it pays £3.3m to the administrators of the business.
City Picnic owners Gavin Gregg (right) and Arthur McAnerney Belfast burger bar City Picnic last business to reopen after Primark blaze By John Breslin The last of the businesses forced to close following the Primark fire that destroyed Bank Buildings reopened today - more than 15 months after the inferno.
 
 
 
 
 
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