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Sunday 19 January 2020
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New owner sets out plans to bring back the grandeur of centuries-old Castle Upton The new owner of stunning Castle Upton has submitted a planning application to restore the 400-year-old building to its former glory.
 
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Growth plan: Adrian Garvey Northern Ireland cafe business setting its sights on Republic after slowdown By John Mulligan The owners of Northern Ireland cafe business Synge & Byrne are scouting for the chain's first location in the Republic as they seek to Brexit-proof their business.
CBI NI’s Trevor Lockhart, Danny O’Malley of SGN Natural Gas and Paddy Larkin from Mutual Energy mark end of the project New £250m pipeline to west offers 40,000 businesses and homes option of natural gas By Mark McConville The main construction phase of a pipeline bringing natural gas to major towns in the west of Northern Ireland has been completed following a £250m investment.
Granny Annies bar in Londonderry has been put up for sale or let with a sale price of £1.5m (stock photo) Londonderry bar goes on the market with price tag of £1.5m By Mark McConville Granny Annies bar in Londonderry has been put up for sale or let with a sale price of £1.5m.
The construction sector in Northern Ireland has reported a 4% rise in output (stock photo) Construction sector sees 4% growth in output locally By Margaret Canning The construction sector in Northern Ireland has reported a 4% rise in output.
 
 
 
BGF’s Euan Baxter, Patrick Graham, Gemma Hamilton and Graham Clarke BGF hoping for continued growth of investments in 2020 By Staff Reporter Investor BGF has said its portfolio of clients, ranging from coffee shops to kitchen firms, grew during 2019 and it has now backed five companies in Northern Ireland
Richard Ramsey Northern Ireland economy 'stuck in crawler lane' as latest report shows slump in activity Margaret Canning The effects of the economic downturn are still being felt in Northern Ireland with one economist saying our economy is stuck “in the crawler lane”.
The controversial Belfast Tribeca redevelopment will transform parts of the Cathedral Quarter Planners back next phase of £500m Belfast Tribeca development By Mark McConville The latest phase of the controversial £500m Belfast Tribeca redevelopment has been recommended for approval at a meeting of Belfast City Council's planning committee.
Outcry: Paul Porter Lisburn social housing proposal axed over residents' objections By Jessica Black Lisburn residents have thwarted a developer's bid to build social housing near their homes.
 
 
 
 
 
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